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If I ever get outta here I've thought of giving it all away,
to a registered charity, as all I need is a pint a day, if I ever get outta here.

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parking at Boston
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2022, 11:53:50 PM »
the club car park is full, where can you park nearby ?

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« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2022, 08:28:22 AM »
Two massive games for the Club coming up over the Festive period.   6 points would do us the power of good in terms of League position and set us up nicely moving into the new Year.    4 points be great. 3 points par for the course.  Under that doesnít really bare thinking about.

Last time we took all the points available.  1-0 at the Walks and a memorable 3-0 win at York Street.  Happy days to see that repeated.
What if the Hokey Cokey really is what itís all about ?

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Re: LNís article
« Reply #3 on: December 23, 2022, 12:00:42 PM »
PREVIEW - KING'S LYNN TOWN
BY CRAIG SINGLETON
www.bostonunited.co.uk

Boston United and King's Lynn Town will meet at the Jakemans Community for the first time on Boxing Day (kick-off 3.00pm).
The match remains ALL-TICKET Ė with supporters needing to purchase tickets before entering the stadium. There will be NO contactless payments available on the turnstiles. King's Lynn supporters should purchase directly from their own club.

The best availability for home supporters for the Acorn Taxis (West) Stand remains in Block B and Block G.

United boss Ian Culverhouse will come up against his former side for the first time Ė having guided the Linnets to back-to-back promotions in 2019 and 2020.

Culverhouse has reported no new injury concerns Ė with Zak Mills and Jordan Burrow both completing 45 and 63 minutes respectively during Tuesday's Lincolnshire Senior Cup tie against Spalding United.

Luke Shiels and Jean Leroy Belehouan remain United's long-term absentees.

LIVE COVERAGE
BBC Radio Lincolnshire online full-match commentary, courtesy of Rob Makepeace and Craig Singleton, is available.



TICKETS
The game is ALL-TICKET

TRANSPORT
Click here for a full guide on transport to and from the Jakemans Community Stadium - with car parking reserved for seasonal pass holders and club guests.


Ellenders will be open from 11.00am.
If I ever get outta here I've thought of giving it all away,
to a registered charity, as all I need is a pint a day, if I ever get outta here.

 

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