“I’m seriously thinking about calling it a day!” Boston United manager Dennis Greene says he is ready to quit the club

Dennis Greene.
Dennis Greene.

Boston United boss Dennis Greene says he is considering quitting the club.

Following today’s 4-1 home defeat to FC Halifax United, the manager dropped the bombshell, suggesting he can’t take the club any further.

“It’s my fault because I brought these players into the football club. It’s deflating,” he said after braces from Tom Denton and Alex Simmons bettered Jay Rollins’ response.

“I’m seriously thinking about calling it a day.

“I’ll have a word with the chairman tomorrow but I think it might be time for me to move on and let somebody else have a go.”

Greene - who guided the Pilgrims to the play-offs in the past two seasons - has struggled to find a winning formula this campaign.

“I’ve been thinking about it for a while, I don’t think I can take the club any further,” he added.

“You’re down to 10 men, you’ve got people abusing you, there’s nothing you can do.

“I’m really frustrated. How do I progress this club forward? I’m just not enjoying it.”

When asked if chairman David Newton can change his mind, Greene concluded: “I don’t think he can.

“I doubt I’ll be in the dug-out at Nuneaton next week.”

Meanwhile, it is believed that Boston captain Liam Agnew has broken his foot following a first-half collision with Scott Garner.

Greene added: “That’s what he feels at half time. He’s gone up the hopsital for an X-ray.”