Boston United boss Greene loves goals, goals, goals

Dennis Greene.
Dennis Greene.
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“Attack, attack, attack” may be a terrace chant at York Street, but it is also the mantra of Boston United manager Dennis Greene.

The Pilgrims boss carved out a career as a striker, most notably with Wycombe Wanderers.

And that desire for finding the net - which saw him win two promotions and the FA Trophy with the Chairboys - has not been calmed since he moved from the pitch to the dug-out.

“I used to be a forward so I don’t really know how to defend,” said Greene, whose side have now netted ninetimes in five league matches.

“We’re always going to attack. That’s what we do. We press high up the pitch.”

Tipping the nod to his three-pronged attack, Greene added: “Spencer Weir-Daley didn’t have the best of pre-seasons but he’s got his swagger back, Ricky Miller runs his socks off and Marc Newsham always knows how to score goals.

“But we’ve got goals all around the team.”