Is new manager Gary Frost the man to bring stability to Boston Town? Chairman Mick Vines hopes so

Mick Vines.
Mick Vines.

Mick Vines hopes that Gary Frost can bring some stability back to the Boston Town dressing room.

Legendary Poachers boss Bob Don-Duncan was in charge of team matters for a total of 24 years during two spells between 1976-83 and 1993-2010.

Since his departure, however, Town have seen a staggering nine changes in the dug-out, plus three interim stints for current number two Lori Borbely.

But chairman Vines hopes his new boss will be hanging around for some time.

“We need some stability, hopefully we can have that now,” he told The Standard.

“I’m not saying we want to get someone in like Bob again, I don’t think you get people like that in football anymore.

“But for four or five years, we’d like to have someone in to help build a platform.”

Frost reiterated Vines’ comments, admitting he wants to build the Poachers into a side capable of challenging at the right end of the United Counties League Premier Division.

However, his first wish is to tighten the defence.