Boston United boss left concerned after defeat to Gainsborough Trinity
Boston United boss Dennis Greene expressed his concern after watching his side suffer a 2-0 defeat to Gainsborough Trinity in the semi-finals of the County Cup.
First half goals from ex-United striker Mark Jones and John Williams sealed a deserved victory for Trinity, who will face Lincoln City in the final.
“There was a lack of composure on the ball and lack of creativity,” said Greene, whose side begin their Skrill North campaign at Stockport County next Saturday.
“It was a concern. The match should have given us an indication of where we are going to be this season.
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“We were playing a Conference North side in Gainsborough. No disrespect to them, but I think there’ll be around seventh or eighth in the league, so it is a concern.”
Meanwhile, Greene is pondering whether to make a move for former Hull City left-back Joe Lamplough, who played on trial in place of Netan Sansara on Saturday.
Sansara was unavailable for the match – a competitive fixture – because his international clearance is yet to come through. The Walsall-born left-back played for Danish club FC Vestsjælland last season.
“It (his clearance) is in Denmark somewhere at the moment, but it should be sorted early next week so he’ll be fine to play against Stockport,” added Greene.