Managerial changes at Thames Valley Premier Berks County

Berks County player coach Roger Greer.

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Thames Valley Premier League side Berks County have announced several changes to their management structure for the forthcoming season.

County appointed Robert Hunter as first team manager with last seasons boss Nathan Baker stepping in to a coaching role.

The 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 Spencer.

Stepping in to the role of player first team coach is Northern Irishman Roger Greer who enjoyed an excellent first season at the John Nike Stadium scoring eight goals in 17 appearances.

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Writing on the County website, Hunter said: “I am delighted to announce that our highly regarded Northern Irishman Roger Greer has accepted this position and will assume new responsibilities with immediate effect.

“His experience, knowledge of the game and popularity within the club make him an excellent addition to the backroom team.”

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