Lincolnshire Live report that Nathan Arnold claims broken promises are the reason his time at Boston United has come to an end.

The Pilgrims announced on Friday, October 5, that the 31-year-old had agreed to leave the club by mutual consent – a little over four months after he joined the club.

Arnold says the decision came after a conversation he had with Boston manager, Craig Elliott. The former Lincoln City winger claims that as part of his move, he was told by Elliott that he would take on the job of assistant manager alongside his playing duties.

However, he says that the role never materialised and as a result, he has agreed to the termination of his contract.

He said: “I have enjoyed my time at Boston – obviously things haven’t worked out the way I would have liked.

“In the summer I was told I would be the assistant manager, but that hasn’t proved to be the case.”

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