Dennis Greene named Boston United manager after Graham Drury is sacked
Boston United have sacked manager Graham Drury after just 13 games in charge, replacing him with former Histon boss Dennis Greene.
Drury has paid the price for winning just two games since arriving from Stamford in December.
The final straw was Saturday's 1-0 home defeat to Vauxhall Motors - Boston's third loss in a row - which saw a large group of fans call for Drury's dismissal.
Pilgrims chairman David Newton said: "Results have not panned out as we all wished and unfortunately we have reached the decision to part company with Graham."
Newton has wasted no time in appointing a successor by putting Greene in charge until the end of the season.
Greene was interviewed for the post after Jason Lee was sacked, but was overlooked in favour of Drury, who had enjoyed impressive spells at Corby and Stamford.
Greene will take charge of his first Boston game against Gloucester City at the Jakemans Stadium tomorrow night.
“We are pleased that Dennis has agreed to take the role on until the end of the season initially," added Newton.
“He will get to work with the players immediately and hopefully help deliver a positive result against Gloucester City on Tuesday.”
Drury's assistant Paul Holden and coach Dean West have also left the club.