An hour with Alan Taylor

Former Bracknell Town boss Al is the latest guest on Berkshire Football Stories
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Former Bracknell Town manager Alan Taylor. Photo: Richard Claypole.
Former Bracknell Town manager Alan Taylor. Photo: Richard Claypole.

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Legendary former Farnborough Town and Bracknell Town manager Alan Taylor is the final guest on Berkshire Football Stories series one.

Alan, who was Robins boss for six seasons, discusses the highs that included an FA Cup tie against Barnet and County Cup Final appearance as well as the lows from budget cuts to surprise FA Cup defeats.

It’s nearly an hour of conversation as Alan reflects on his career, how he got the job in the first place and the players loved working with.

Listen to the latest episode of the Berkshire Football Stories podcast below or follow the links to get it on your favourite podcast app:

A big thank you to podcast co-host Rob Davies for coming in and adding a different voice to proceedings, as well as Ellis Woods at Flair Media who has kindly paid for the podcast hosting.

Coming up on Berkshire Football Stories

That is it for series one! We’ll be back in early 2020 with ten more episodes. In the meantime, who would you like to hear from? What stories should we tell? Email [email protected]

How to listen

The Berkshire Football Stories Podcast is available on all good podding apps. Please subscribe and leave us a rating and comment if you like it:

It’s also available on a few more. Visit the ‘How To Listen’ page here.

Listen to ALL the Berkshire Football Stories podcasts on the links below

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