‘I had a great time at Bracknell’ Geoff Warner speaks playing, coaching and joining Binfield

Geoff Warner. Photo: Richard Claypole.



Geoff Warner. Photo: Richard Claypole.


He’s had a long and successful career so far, worked with some great professional footballers and some terrific semi pro’s and now Geoff Warner is ready to resume his coaching career with Uhlsport Hellenic League Binfield.

In the latest Football in Berkshire podcast – Berkshire Football Stories episode 30 – former Bracknell Town and Beaconsfield SYCOB boss Warner tells Tom and Rob about the great time he had with the Robins, developing young players for Crystal Palace, Reading and Fulham as well as his own playing career.

At Reading, Warner worked alongside the likes of Brendan Rodgers and former Director of Football Nick Hammond and has a wealth of experience of working with some well known players in the modern game, including the likes of Gylfi Sigurdsson and Hayden Mullins.

In the podcast, Geoff talks fondly about managing Reading Town as well as the move to Bracknell which coincided with one of the most successful periods in the clubs history.

Listen to the full podcast below, or download it to your favourite podcast app on your phone here.

The Berkshire Football Stories podcast is currently produced daily during the lockdown. You can find out more and listen to past episodes here.

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