The 22 year old is keen to get back playing football, having found opportunities at the National League North side limited: "Unfortunately things haven’t gone as planned at Boston, mainly due to the brilliant run of form they have been on so it’s been difficult trying to nail down a spot there. I was open to a short move away to get a decent run of games and those all important minutes in my legs." He continued, "I know Gainsborough is a good club, and has a good fan base and I just can’t wait to get out there and get going. I'll give my 100% throughout my time here, I’m a winner and love winning football matches. I’m hoping I can help the club climb up the table to a position which they deserve quite rightly to be."
The boss admitted to being more than a little pleased with his latest acquisition: "I am delighted to get George Green in from Boston United. He is a really, really talented central midfielder that will give us that bit of extra quality in the final third. George has a great left foot and great technical ability that I’m hoping will really make him a joy to watch."
Join us in welcoming George to the football club with the hashtag #GeorgeGreenWelcome.
In other news, Josh Batty has left the club after a short stay. Departing due to personal reasons, we wish Josh well in his future endeavours.