Kettering Town assistant John Ramshaw disappointed not to beat 'massive club' Boston United

Pilgrims and Poppies played out 2-2 draw...
John  Ramshaw. Photo: Peter ShortJohn  Ramshaw. Photo: Peter Short
John Ramshaw. Photo: Peter Short

Kettering Town assistant manager John Ramshaw felt disappointed his side couldn't leave Boston United with three points.

Goals from Connor Kennedy and Decarrey Sheriff gave the Poppies a 2-0 lead at the interval in last night's contest at the Jakemans Community Stadium before Jordan Burrow and Luke Shiels netted to earn the hosts a point.

“Let’s put things into perspective,” Ramshaw told the Northamptonshire Telegraph.

“Boston are a massive club, with a massive wage bill and they have a lot of contracted players.

“And we are of the opinion that we didn’t play well but we have come away with a point and we obviously led 2-0 and felt comfortable for a time.

“Are we disappointed? Yes, I guess we are a little bit but the reality is that if somebody offers you a point away from home at kick-off then you’d probably take it.

“We have now had three games away from home on the bounce and haven’t lost, which I think is commendable.

“I would like to think we are moving in the right direction. We still have work to do but we are going the right way.”

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