Robins victory will banish Boston United’s FA Cup blues, says boss Canoville

Lee Canoville.
Lee Canoville.

LEE Canoville has told his Boston United charges the best way to get over their FA Cup heartbreak is by claiming three points at Altrincham tomorrow.

The distraught Pilgrims boss said he was ‘gutted’ after his amber and blacks crashed out of the cup at Evo-Stik Division One Kidsgrove on Tuesday.

But he is demanding that those unhappy memories are replaced by scenes of celebration come 5pm on Saturday.

Looking forward to facing the Robins, Canoville told The Standard they much channel the anger they are feeling right now, and use it to make them even more determined to succeed.

“It’s a game where we’re up against it and people may write us off,” he said.

“But the young lads will know that it’s about how you bounce back.

“We need to be men, when need to step out and remember this disappointment.”

Canoville admits he will be dwelling on the cup result all week.

However, he believes that a quick return to success will help ease his blues.

“You think about the game a lot,” he added.

“But if we push on in the league and put a good run together then the disappointment seems to fade away a little.”