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Bracknell Town FC issue travel advice ahead of Slough Town County Cup tie

The Robins will also hold a collection for Rebels long serving physio Kevin McGoldrick who passed away last week

Bracknell Town FC issue travel advice ahead of Slough Town County Cup tie

Bracknell Town and Slough Town meet at Larges Lane on Tuesday night for what promises to be a great night of cup football in the quarter finals of the Berks & Bucks County FA Senior Cup.

The Robins will welcome two former stalwart players back to the Lane in the shape of Rebels managers Jon Underwood and Neil Baker who have both admitted ‘it’s a big thing for us’ and both sides feature players who have represented either club – not least influential Bracknell midfielder Jamie McClurg.

Bracknell have though issued a warning to supporters heading to the game around car parking with a larger than usual crowd expected to descend on the Lane. The club tweeted: “With a larger than normal crowd expected for tomorrow night’s game against Slough Town, we are advising supporters who are driving to the game to allow extra time to park, we have 130 spaces close to Larges Lane but alternative parking can be found around the new town centre.

The Robins have also dedicated the match to Slough Town’s physiotherapist of 32 years Kevin McGoldrick who sadly passed away last week. Bracknell will hold a collection during the fixture with proceeds going toward funeral costs.

If you are headed to Larges Lane on Tuesday night you might want to read through our Away Day guide to Larges Lane which details the best ways to get to the ground as well as ticket prices and importantly how much a beer will cost you.

The other Berks & Bucks County Senior Cup Quarter Final ties are:

  • Thatcham Town VS Woodley United (20th Feb)
  • Windsor VS Milton Keynes Dons  (14th Feb)
  • Bracknell Town VS Slough Town
  • Didcot Town VS Chesham United (20th Feb)

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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