Bracknell Town have appointed Mark Tallentire and Aaron Steadman to the Larges Lane hot seat.
Stephen Peters, the clubs new lead on football related matters said the duo had been confirmed as the clubs first team management team.
The appointment of Tallentire is the former Robins players third spell in charge of the club having previously managed alongside his brother Clive between 1999 and 2001 – taking the club to the First Round Proper of the FA Cup.
More recently he managed the side between October 2015 to September 2017 as the club ended a 23 year trophy drought, winning the Hellenic League Challenge Cup, the Berks & Bucks County Cup and the Reading Senior Cup at the end of the 2016/17 season.
Tallentire has also served as assistant manager at the club under Alan Taylor and most recently was Bracknell’s Head of Football.
Steadman joined the club in the summer as Head Coach under previous boss Sam Lock from Ascot United and is also the manager of the Berks & Bucks FA under 18 side.
Speaking to the Bracknell News, Peters said: “With Tally and Steads now taking the lead, we have a wonderful mix of experience and innovative management ideas. Both will get our full support in their transitional period.”
Read the full article on the Bracknell News website, or you can purchase a copy now at your local newsagent.
Bracknell are back in Isthmian League action on Saturday when they travel to Staines Town.
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