Boyce Awaits Bishops Move
Andrew Boyce, a former Doncaster Rovers youth, interested Scunthorpe United, Mansfield Town & Chesterfield FC until the Imps slapped a £25,000 price tag on him this summer and he is certainly showing his credentials. Boycie has been brilliant so far this season with a man of the match performance at Cambridge. He and Brown have formed a super central defensive partnership allowing Foster to act as a defensive midfielder along with Nolan to both shield the back four and allow the forward four to counter.
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Once dubbed Bank Beast Boyce, he has the genes of Goliath, Andy is showing his beautiful side. But Boyce will face Andy Bishop today, still in his prime and one of the lower two divisions of the Football League’s most consistent and complete predators. You have to fancy the youngsters chances and, the way he dealt with Andy Cunnington (last seasons top scorers in the BSP) on Saturday, suggests he is beginning to realise his huge potential this season.
Boyce merited a nine out of ten, against Cunnington to boot, to go with two 8’s and a 7 from his opening four games. It is not just consistent defending but his brave none-shall-pass attitude that is starting to catch the eye.
Well done Andy….. Bishops move then?