Andrew Boyce Take A Bow Son
How Doncaster Rovers allowed Boyce to slip through the net beggars belief. But then as former Villa, Hull City and Wrexham boss Brian Little beamed when he signed him for Gainsborough “Andrew was highly sought after, quite a few teams were chasing him so I’m pleased we got in there first.”
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It clearly illustrates how far Doncaster Rovers and Gainsborough Trinity have progressed, whilst the Mighty Imps have fallen sharply. Not so far that we were not able to find a tribunal fee of £10.000 for an absolute gem. On his watch he will put body and soul on the line in either box to ensure we do not fall further and face the same fate of former club Kings Lynn, who went out of business in December 2009.
Andrew has always wanted to be a professional footballer, reasoning you can have whatever you want in this world if you want it hard enough. At Donny he was loaned to Worksop and Mansfield Town, before leaving ‘by mutual consent’. Then to Kings Lynn and Trinity, that saw a season of blood guts and gore with his elbows getting him into trouble. Holdsworth, for all his sins has installed a discipline in the lad without quelling the fire. You can see it in his eyes, it radiates from a huge heart, that spreads throughout the team.
It is too early to compare him to McAuley or McCombe, but he has the beating of Kovacs, a boss in either box. Handy Andy is the bedrock that we are beginning to rely upon. More artisan than artiste, but you respect his honesty out there, his unstinting loyalty to rally to each and every cause, for none is lost to him the whole 90 minutes through.
Outstanding Boycey – take a Sincil bow son!
Boycey’s Season So Far
|Date of Birth||05/11/1989 (age 22)|
|Youth career||Doncaster Rovers|
|Former Clubs||Doncaster Rovers, Kings Lynn, Gainsborough Trinity Loans – Worksop & Mansfield|
Posted on September 13, 2012, in Squad, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged Andrew Boyce Lincoln City, Aston Villa, Doncaster Rovers, Hull City, Wrexham FC. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.