Carl Piergianni: We want to take Boston United back to where it belongs
Carl Piergianni believes Boston United are finally turning the Jakemans Stadium into a fortress.
The Pilgrims’ form at their York Street base has been their Achilles heel over the last two seasons, with United traditionally performing better away from home.
But United have enjoyed excellent home form so far this term and Saturday’s 3-0 victory over Guiseley was their third win in four games in front of their own fans.
And centre-back Piergianni says keeping the home supporters happy will be key to their promotion hopes.
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“The fans have been magnificent and we want them to keep them happy with good results,” said the former Corby defender, who opened the scoring against Guiseley with his first goal for the club.
“We’ve got great home form at the moment. We’ve won every game barring a draw against Telford.
“At the moment, it’s looking like a tough place to come and teams will be a bit cautious coming here now.
“That’s what we wanted. From the start, we said we can’t get beaten at home. We wanted to build an atmosphere for the fans.”
Piergianni says the players are determined to reward the fans with promotion to the Skrill Premier – the level he believes Boston should be gracing.
“The club is way bigger than this level and we want to be the players to take it back to the level it deserves to be at,” he added.
United are on the road tonight, chasing their first away win since the opening day success at Stockport, when they visit Oxford City in Skrill North.