Get your questions in for Alan Taylor

Former Bracknell Town manager Alan Taylor. Photo: Richard Claypole.



Former Bracknell Town manager Alan Taylor. Photo: Richard Claypole.


Legendary former Farnborough and Bracknell Town manager Alan Taylor will be the guest on the final episode of series one of the Football in Berkshire ‘Berkshire Football Stories‘ podcast.

‘AT’ enjoyed a 12 year association with Farnborough, helping them in to the Conference during his time at Cherrywood Road while he is revered by Bracknell Town fans of a certain age for bringing a tight-knit, hard working side to the club along with some incredible moments that included a run to the Fourth Qualifying Round of the FA Cup – a home tie against Barnet.

Non league football is littered with Alan’s former charges in either management or other senior roles at clubs, none more so than centre backs Neil Baker and Jon Underwood who are about to celebrate their 500th fixture as joint managers.

As part of the podcast, we thought we’d pose a few questions to Al, so if you’d like to contribute, post your questions below:

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