Stand-in Boston United skipper Anton Foster leading by example
BOSTON United midfielder Anton Foster insists he is merely keeping the captaincy warm until Gareth Jelleyman returns to the side.
With club skipper Jelleyman out with an Achilles injury, Foster has been handed the captain’s armband.
The former Sheffield FC enforcer is relishing the role and has been arguably the most impressive of manager Graham Drury’s new signings.
But Foster does not have designs on keeping the armband permanently and is ready to hand it back to Jelleyman, who could be available for Tuesday’s trip Harrogate Town.
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“It was nice to be handed the captain’s armband, but I know I’m just keeping it warm for Jells. I’m happy to do the job for now,” said the former Eastwood Town middleman.
“It changes my game a little bit. I try and give a bit more and lead by example.
“I’m very vocal anyway, but I’ll put an arm around a lad’s shoulder if they need it.
“The gaffer told me we’ve got character when I came here, we’ve just needed to bring it out in a few of the players.
“I think everyone is starting to step up to the mark and have a really good go.”