Talent search begins as Goodhand and Lambley leave Boston Town

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BOSTON Town are having to rebuild their team a week before pre-season training begins - after Paul Goodhand and Lawrence Lambley have quit the club.

Yesterday, manager Martyn Lakin discovered that Goodhand had walked out on the Poachers after eight years with the club, to join United Counties League rivals Holbeach United.

Lambley has also switched to the Tigers, managed by Boston-based John Chand.

The pair have both previously played for Chand’s former Magnet Tavern side, which reached the final of the Carlsberg FA Sunday Cup.

Lakin is now hoping to find some players to fill the voids left.

Town begin pre-season training on Tuesday (7pm) and trialists hoping to earn a place in the UCL side are welcomed to try out.

“We hope we can unearth a few gems,” Lakin told The Standard.

“Maybe people in the area or those who have recently moved to the area and are looking for a club.

“There may be some foreign nationals who could fit into the side.”

Anyone interested in trying out is asked to contact the club via their website www.bostontownfc.co.uk