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