Pilgrims Put An End To Elliott’s Four Year Boston Stay

Boston United say they have “regrettably” parted company with manager Craig Elliott.

The Pilgrims sit seventh in the National League North table.

But results over the festive period have not been what was required.

A 3-2 home defeat to Alfreton came following losses to Brackley Town and Kidderminster Harriers.

Elliott, 43, had been in charge of Boston for four years.

Now the club begin their search for the person who will take the club forward in 2022.

A statement read: “Boston United have regrettably parted company with first team manager Craig Elliott.

“The 43-year-old leaves his role following Sunday's 3-2 home defeat at the hands of Alfreton Town.

“The former Shaw Lane boss, who took over the United reigns in November 2017, memorably guided the Pilgrims to the second round of the FA Cup in 2019 and the National League North promotion final in 2020.

“Elliott departs the Jakemans Community Stadium with the club's sincere thanks and best wishes for the future.

“A further statement will be made in due course.”

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