Our season starts tomorrow, declares Boston United skipper Ian Ross
Skipper Ian Ross says belief is growing in the Boston United camp ahead of their Skrill North campaign.
Boston have turned in some impressive display during pre-season, defeating League Two Mansfield Town and running Skrill Premier Lincoln City close.
Hopes are high that Dennis Greene’s new-look side can mount a challenge for the play-offs after two disappointing seasons at the Jakemans Stadium.
Midfielder Ross believes United could have ironed out the defensive woes which have cost them dear in recent seasons and has been impressed by new centre-back pairing Scott Garner and Carl Piergianni.
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“The defence is looking solid and we’ll always score goals,” declared Ross.
“Garner and Pidge (Piergianni) are brilliant, they’re good old-fashioned centre-halves and they can play a bit as well.
“We’ve got goalscorers in the team and good creative players. So I’m very confident, I just want the Stockport game to come round now.”
Before that showdown at Edgeley Park on August 17, United host Gainsborough Trinity in the semi-finals of the County Cup.
Ross insists the Pilgrims will be taking the tie deadly seriously.
“For me, our season starts on Saturday against Gainsborough,” said Ross.
“We need a win to take into the season.”