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Harrison Bayley announces Bracknell Town departure

FA Vase winning midfielder departs Larges Lane

Harrison Bayley announces Bracknell Town departure

BetVictor Isthmian League South Central Division One side Bracknell Town will be without Harrison Bayley after the midfielder announced his departure from the club.

The popular former Thatcham Town and Highmoor Ibis midfielder confirmed his departure on social media.

Bayley, who won the FA Vase with Thatcham wrote: “Sad to say my time at Bracknell Town FC has come to an end I’ve decided to step away from the club for personal reasons, I’ve met and come across some great individuals and made some great friendships along this journey. The club, fans, management and players have been brilliant towards myself. Would like to thank the chairman Kayne and his family for welcoming me in. I will never say a bad word about this club because it’s been more than good to me. Will always wish the boys and the club the best and still keep a close eye.”

The midfielder joined the Robins in the summer of 2018 having played at Wembley Stadium in the FA Vase final the previous season.

Bayley was a key part of the Bracknell side that went all the way to the South Central division play-off final but crucially, was injured for the last game of the season.

As well as Thatcham and Highmoor, Bayley has also played for Hayes & Yeading United and Binfield as well as Reading FC.

There will undoubtedly be no shortage of suitors for the impressive midfielder.

Bracknell have recently announced a number of signings as new manager Bobby Wilkinson begins to make his mark.

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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.

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