Here you go Mark
"Adam Murray believes switching Boston United's training base has significantly enhanced the club's pulling power. The Pilgrims boss made the decision to move training away from RAF Cranwell to just off the M1 near Mansfield to cut travelling times for players. And the move is already paying off, says Murray. “The number of players we have had meetings with in the past two weeks has been unbelievable," said Murray. The season has only been finished for two weeks and we are already seeing players and agents lower their terms and expectations. There are a lot of players out there and no-one wants to be left without a club. Moving our training base has significantly helped. Boston is a big club in this league and an attractive proposition for players, but travelling can be an issue. I was called by an agent of a very good player at this level who was interested in the club, but concerned about the travelling. After I told him about the move, it was a very different story. The move will prove to be a major step in the future development of this club. It's just one of a few tweaks we are putting in place to give us that extra one per cent and make us more professional. When you put them all together we believe we will be a real force in the future."
The National League promotion hopefuls Barrow will then visit the Jakemans Stadium for a pre-season friendly on Saturday, July 15 (kick-off 3pm). "I have known Paul Cox [Barrow manager] for a long time and was his assistant at Mansfield. A game against Barrow will be good for us. It will ask questions of us that we will be asked in the league campaign. We could have gone down the route of playing against Football League club's youth players but we don't need that, we need to be posed the same problems we will face in the National League North and Barrow will give us that."