1. Nathan Joseph
    The most successful manager in the clubs history, Nathan made the transition from player to manager two years ago and in that time, has won back to back promotions as champions! A big season lay ahead as they look to do a treble and attempt a cup run.
    Nathan Joseph
  2. Tom Jackson
    A late signing in the new year of 2017, Tom Jackson was a HUGE coup for the side. Adding the extra layer of steel to an already formidable defence, Tom announced himself on the scene with a world class performance in a 1-0 win against Hacimac
    Tom Jackson
  3. Paul Rattigan
    Paul has a HAMMER of a left foot. Probably as deadly outside the box as most CFs are in it. Left us due to work commitments midway through the season, but returned in the summer to supporter fan fare and scored on his 2nd debut
    Paul Rattigan
  4. Pete Dutton
    The towering centre half who is equally as adept at bringing the ball out as he is crunching a tackle has been a mainstay at the club since his signing in the summer of 16 Often hear shouts of "the white Rio Ferdinand" when fans walk past
    Pete Dutton
  5. Kacpar
    He may be quiet, but the kid has tekkers for days! Kacpar is the future of Boston. confidence has grown in him over the last 2 years and he chipped in with 7 goals last year.
  6. Michal Michalak
    He may be young, but get on his wrong side at your peril. Never one to pull out of a challenge, the young Pole has been breaking wingers for 2 years at Boston. The marauding full back is full of energy and was named Boston's Best young player
    Michal Michalak
  7. Jack Hammick
    The bright light in an otherwise failing team, Jack was signed at the half way point of last season and went straight in to the 1st team. He hasn't looked back since. Other than festival weekends, Jack can be found in CB, LB or CM such his quality
    Jack Hammick
  8. Bobby Casey
    If games were 20 mins long, Bobby would be a Ballon D'Or contender. What he lacks in fitness, he makes up for in creativity. His goal to games ratio is up there with the best and is always on hand to help in the drinks department
    Bobby Casey
  9. Jason Skelton
    He says "cut me and I bleed green". We are yet to see any blood, but the lad leaves it all on the pitch for Boston. The Xavi of the team, Jason is known for getting the ball of the deck and playing the ball about. Often scouted by other teams to try and stop Boston moving, Jason will be a big part of our success
    Jason Skelton
  10. Marc Cranney
    Looking for someone to run through a brick wall in the name of clean sheets? Look no further! Marc has been a huge addition to the team with his strong leadership, defensive nous and focus
    Marc Cranney
  11. Berat Eryurekler
    The maverick midfielder has arguably been Boston's best signing. The signing of Berat, along with a few others coincided with Boston's charge to back to back titles. One of the most gifted players on The Marshes, he is best known for his title winning wonder strike against Regents Park Rovers
    Berat Eryurekler
  12. Leigh Hartley
    One of the original Celtics. Leigh was there at creation. Carried the team on his back with his goals at times. With age, he is slowly moving further back down the pitch but is always on hand to score a goal when called upon
    Leigh Hartley
  13. Jake Farrell
    Jake was signed after an impressive season with Alchemists. The powerhouse centre back may surprise you with how comfortable he is on the ball. Loves to play out from the back and always calm under pressure. Helped transition the team to 3 at the back
    Jake Farrell
  14. Khoisan Doctrove
    The epitome of 'just enough'. That's what Kho will give you. Enough running to get the ball and pass it off, no more, no less. Surprisingly intelligent with a footballing brain.
    Khoisan Doctrove
  15. Carl Hookins
    Work permit issues blocked the transfer of Carl last summer. Business was done early this summer and Carl finally made the move. Carl is a rarity as he is a rapid winger with an end product!
    Carl Hookins
  16. Matthew Leung
    The mark of a great player is to make the good things seem simple. Matt is a livewire in midfield who is always on hand to find the right pass even under extreme pressure, A cracking addition to the team
    Matthew Leung
  17. Kevin Ho
    Does anyone know what foot is Kevin's strongest? If you find out, let him know. As good a player on either foot, Kevin is not only quick but can leap higher than men twice his size Kevin does however make black people look early as I am yet to see him get to a game early
    Kevin Ho
  18. Christopher Grace
    Another of the old guard! Christopher of the house of Grace, often comes down from Grace Manor to bomb on from RB, charge through the CM or keep things tight at CB
    Christopher Grace
  19. Ricky Price
    One of the old guard, Ricky has worked his socks off to get Boston to where we are. Ever reliable, full of energy, bags of goals and a real team player. No one has a bad word to say about Ricky
    Ricky Price
  20. George Carroll
    The exception to Newton's law. George's centre of gravity is so low it's ridiculous. You would never know it to look at him, but he is probably the most graceful of all the midfielders. An aerial battle he hasn't won? You wont find one!
    George Carroll
  21. Jack Slade
    Brother of Tom, Jack played a few games for us on loan last season. We made the move permanent in the summer and Jack has flown out the gates with goals and performances of an exceptional level
    Jack Slade
  22. Nathan Skelton
    If the season was 2 games long, he would probably have 100% attendance. Bless the guy, lives a million miles away and always tries his best to get down. Although he is still young, he has been around for what seems like ages! Always gives his all and doesn't complain when asked to play out of position
    Nathan Skelton
  23. Tom Slade
    When Tom isn't on the cover of People Magazine, he can be found in the engine room of the Boston Machine! Tom has been a pivotal part of the midfield and has finally broken his goal scoring drought! Is there anything he cant do?
    Tom Slade
  24. Ibrahim
    Ibo is a new signing and part of what the club hopes will be the future. Already a mainstay in the 1st team, the versatile youngster has slotted in seamlessly