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Paul 'Bazza' Bastock has been voted Boston's all-time cult hero by Football Focus viewers.
Bastock won with 80% of the vote, ahead of fellow Boston favourites Paul Ellender and Chris Cook.
PAUL ELLENDER: 11%
Club captain, good central defender who has scored some crucial goals this season.
Player of the season every season, always looks a bit tubby to me but you can never fault his effort even if he gets one or two bookings.
CHRIS COOK: 9%
Over 189 goals, a record that I don't think will ever be broken.
He lit up the crowds in the town end. I love the bloke. Here is my song for him: "Yer Chrise Cooke, go go Chrise, go go go go go tricky Chrise, go go go go go go go tricky Chrise YER!!!!!!!".
The man is a legend. Scored for Boston United at Wembley in the FA Trophy final in 1985 and after becoming reserve team coach, dusted off his boots more than 10 years later to play up front again. Hundreds of appearances, a bagful of goals, a goal in a Wembley final, a fans' favourite, a Lazarus-like comeback, no hint of scandal, dissatisfaction or dissent, what more could you ask for?
Local lad made good, you can't buy commitment like that. The only thing I'll ever begrudge Chris is that in the 1985 FA Trophy final he didn't have the courtesy to wait until I got back from the toilet before scoring.
PAUL 'BAZZA' BASTOCK: 80%
Appearance record holder.
Giant goalkeeper who joined when club was below Conference level and helped us gain promotion to football league with some outstanding saves. Married chairman's daughter.
You don't need many reasons when you count the appearances. This guy has been a great servant for so long, and you have to throw in that he cleaned windows for much of his time at Boston.