Gary Frost took over the helm at Boston Town during the 2016-17 season having achieved success at Wyberton, who stepped back up to the Lincs League two years ago and were title contenders last season as well as winning the Lincs League Challenge Cup in 2014-15.
Assistant 1st team manager
One of the few players to have played more than 350 times for the club, Lori is one of the most popular figures around.
Since making his debut in 2006-07, the skilful Romanian has become one of the senior players at the DWB Stadium and also holds the rare distinction of being a director.
Former Skegness United and Skegness Town manager Gary Edgley earned praise from Gary Frost when he was appointed as coach at the end of 2016.
Frost said he would bring local knowledge and a wealth of experience of the game. "Gary is very tactically-minded and a top coach," he added.
Strength and conditioning coach Arun Gray has a degree in sport science with a masters in sports therapy.
With over five years of experience in professional football, he developed athletic development programmes at Peterborough United and Cambridge United academies. He then went on to work for the Premier League as a strength and conditioning coach; working with Norwich City and Derby County.
Arun was the first team sports therapist at Coventry City for the 2016/17 season, before moving back to Skegness to open a sports injury clinic.
Manager Gary Frost said: "Arun has come in and really shaken the boys up. His knowledge of fitness training is amazing. The boys are looking super sharp."
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An experienced campaigner who as a youngster he was a flying winger for Rushden and Diamonds in what was then the Blue Square Premier, playing alongside the likes of Curtis Woodhouse. In more recent seasons he has become one of the most reliable defenders in the United Counties League.
Pacy wide player who returns for a second spell at the DWB Stadium. Manager Gary Frost said: "Fraser is a young lad with bags of ability who I don't think has been looked after properly when previously at the club. His raw talent is abundant and his pace is scary at times! He will give us some real firepower going forward."
A prolific striker who has signed from Skegness Town. Manager Gary Frost said: "Will bagged himself 66 league and cup goals last season and won the Lincs League golden boot - unreal in any league! He's quick and works extremely hard for the team!! I'm sure he'll be a big hit at Boston Town!"
Boston Town pulled off a coup by signing the experienced Duran Reynolds.
The 25-year-old defender has previously played for Dagenham & Redbridge, Barrow and Boston United.
The Skegness-based player first burst onto the scene as a teenager when he played 14 times for Grays Athletic in what was then still the Conference Premier, scoring once in a 1-1 draw at York City in front of a crowd of 2,800.
One of the few players to have played 400 times for the club, Lori is one of the most popular figures around.
Since making his debut in 2006-07, the skilful Romanian has become one of the senior players at the DWB Stadium and also holds the rare distinction of being a club director and assistant first team manager.