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Ascot United announce new Allied Counties management team

Berks County duo head to the Racecourse Ground

Ascot United announce new Allied Counties management team

Allied Counties Youth League Premier Division side Ascot United have announced a new management team for their under 18s side.

Former player Zak Spencer will take up the reigns at the Yellamen who finished 10th of 11 sides in the Premier Division last season and would expect to be playing Division 1 football next season subject to the constitutions ratification at the leagues AGM.

Spencer joins having had a spell as player and manager with Thames Valley Premier Division side Berks County, and he is joined at the Racecourse Ground by Nathan Baker (pictured) who takes up the role of head coach.

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Baker managed County in the second half of last season and had been due to take up a coaching role with the Swords this coming season but has chosen to move across to United.

A statement posted by Ascot reads: “Zak has a long association with Ascot United and has previously represented our first team and reserve sides. An experienced and talented coach Zak also played Allied Counties football and fully understands the development needs of Youth players preparing for senior football.”

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.


  1. […] Swords though have confirmed that Baker has decided to leave the club to pursue and opportunity with Ascot United’s Allied Counties Youth side along with first team player Zak […]

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