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Yo-yo Bracknell slam Keynes

Photographer Richard Milam shares Bracknell Town team photo from his playing days

Yo-yo Bracknell slam Keynes

Regular Football in Berkshire photographer Richard Milam has been looking back though his archive and shared this picture with us of the 1978 Bracknell Town line up.

Doing a little tidying during my self isolation and came across my scrap books from my playing days.

As you may or may not know I played at Bracknell Town from second half of season 75/76 and retired due to medical advice in season 88/89.

Please find enclosed a team image from 1978. Try and spot Steve McClurg with his bubble perm! This was before a game in the Berks & Bucks County FA Senior Cup at home against Milton Keynes.

Please also fine also enclosed the newspaper (Wokingham Times) report on the game.

In the full image here, you can see the under construction Mount Pleasant development in the background:

Bracknell Town line up in 1978.

Team back row left to right: Jimmy Woodcock, Dickie Milam, Les Aylott, Kevin Stokes, Alan Cooper, Steve McClurg and Tony Gofford.

Front row left to right: Tony Cullip, John Williamson, Terry Muskett, Micky Bradley Snr, Steve Hansford and Dave Parker (on debut).

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