|JOHN BLACKWELL Club President
|John Blackwell has been involved with the club for many years, helping with the coaching and running the reserve team in the seventies, as Club Secretary from 1978 onwards and as General Manager from 1998 until he retired in May 2016. He has even been on the substitute's bench three time for the Pilgrims. Following his retirement he was appointed as Club President. He was a member of the Vauxhall Conference Management Committee for nine years and the Unibond League Management Commitee for five years. As a youngster he started off as a goalkeeper with Tower Road School and Kitwood Boys School. He played in successive Pitcher Cup final victories for Kitwood, the first as a keeper against George Farmer, the second as a striker against Sleaford. His prowess at junior level won him a trial with Peterborough United, but he decided to play locally, first with Boston Athletic, then Real Towell. His biggest disappointment is that he was not good enough to play football at a top level. The match he most remembers is the FA Trophy semi-final against Altrincham at York Street back in 1985. In his leisure time he enjoys watching sport on TV, reading the Saturday evening football papers and being with his family.|
IAN CULVERHOUSE b. 22/9/1964 Manager
Previous clubs (as player): Tottenham Hotspur, Norwich City, Swindon Town, Kingstonian, Brighton & Hove Albion. Previous clubs (as assistant manager): Colchester United, Norwich City, Aston Villa. Previous clubs (as manager): King's Lynn Town, Grantham Town, Kettering Town.
|Ian Culverhouse was appointed manager of Boston United in September 2022 following the sacking of Paul Cox.|
ZAK MILLS b. 28/5/1992 Defender
Squad No: 23 Born: Peterborough
Previous clubs: Histon, Boston United, Grimsby Town, Morecambe, Oldham Athletic, Port Vale, Walsall.
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