Players set to leave Boston United as Graham Drury aims to 'balance the books'
Graham Drury is preparing to offload at least two players after revealing he must balance the books at Boston United.
After making a string of new signings since arriving from Stamford in December, Drury is now looking to trim his squad, with one player set to be released and another sent out on loan.
"We've got to balance the books. At the moment we're a little bit top heavy. I've brought a lot in without releasing too many," said Drury, whose latest signing, defender Paul Lister, made his debut as substitute in Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Guiseley.
"I totally understand what the chairman will be saying to me and what we've got to do. We'll address that."
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When asked when players would be moved on, Drury replied: "We might be talking this week. The fans will have to understand there are a couple of reasons why we're doing it. It's something we've got to do.
"It's part of the job, but it's not nice, nobody wants to let players go. As managers we'd all like to have squads like Gainsborough's, with 21 or 22, or whatever it is.
"We can't do that, we've got to run with a squad within its budget and I totally understand and respect that.
"I'll try and get one lad out on loan and I'll be releasing a player."