Dennis Greene is targeting back-to-back promotions after being appointed the new manager of Boston Town.
The former Boston United boss has also become a director at the Poachers, along with local businessman Paul Wilkinson. Greene, who left the Pilgrims by mutual consent in November 2016, replaces Gary Frost at the managerial helm of the United Counties League Premier Division club.
Greene’s arrival at the DWB Stadium is part of a long-term plan for the Poachers to climb the football pyramid. While promotion is out of reach this season, the former Histon and St Neots boss wants to take Town up to the Evo-Stik League Premier Division and possibly even National League North in the next five years.
“The football club wanted to go in a different direction,” explained Greene. “We want to put an academy in place to give us a chance of moving forward in the future.
“This is a long-term project for me – I haven’t just come in for five minutes – and hopefully I’ll be at the club for a long time. I might not always be the manager.
“Five or six years down the road, I might think somebody else could be managing the club and I could do more as a director of football or just a director.”
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