Dennis Greene says he won’t shirk away from his style of football as Boston United prepare to face North Ferriby yet again.
The Pilgrims travel to Grange Lane to face the Villagers for the fourth time this season on Sunday (KO 3pm).
Following two home defeats and a draw north of the Humber, the Boston boss says he is fed up- of his side having to combat Ferriby’s direct style, which plans to look for giant target man Tom Denton.
“It’s just relentless, its not the way I believe football should be played, but I do know you get results off that,” Greene said.
The Boston boss is not afan of long ball football and says he will continue to encourage his sides to play a passing style.
“I don’t believe in playing that way of football,” Greene added.
“It’s not just the long balls, it’s the feigning inujry and diving, trying to buy free kicks - it’s everything, the gameplan which goes with it.
“It’s just horrible to watch.
“It’s just whistle, after whistle after whistle.”
Ferriby left the Jakemans Stadium with a 1-0 victory in August.
This was followed by two FA Trophy matches earlier this month.
The 1-1 draw at Grange Lane was followed up by Ferriby snatching a 2-0 victory in the replay in Lincolnshire four days later.