VIDEO: Spencer Weir-Daley on Boston United's demolition of Stockport County
Spencer Weir-Daley admitted Boston United’s trouncing of Skrill North big guns Stockport County will send shockwaves through the division.
But Weir-Daley – the scorer of the Pilgrims’ third goal – warned that they must not get carried away with their spectacular success at Edgeley Park.
United launched their campaign with a breathtaking 4-1 win against one of the division’s title favourites after Scott Garner’s early opener was followed by strikes from Marc Newsham, Weir-Daley and Ricky Miller in the space of 10 second half minutes.
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“You can’t ask for anymore than that,” said Weir-Daley. “The manager told us we’d done okay at half-time, but he wanted more because we had chances in the first half.
“He told us to be a bit more composed in the final third and take more care. Both teams were edgy, but he said ‘come on, there’s more in there’. And we, as players, knew it as well because they (Stockport) weren’t that impressive. We just needed to step our game up, which we did.
“It’s early days and we don’t want to get carried away. This result will send out a strong message to the rest of the league, but nothing is won in August.
“We need to back up this result against Telford on Tuesday.”