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Bracknell Town expecting additions for Bostik League return

Bracknell Town are expecting additions while Binfield captain James Knight couldn't speak higher of his club

Bracknell Town expecting additions for Bostik League return

Bracknell Town chairman Kayne Steinborn-Busse has said the Robins will be ‘tweaking the structure’ and adding additional people to the clubs management team.

The club have been placed in the Bostik League South Central Division 1 and will look forward to trips East, instead of West next season.

Steinborn-Busse said to the Bracknell News: “We won’t be making any wholesale changes, but we will be tweaking the structure and adding some additional people.”

Football reporter David Wright adds in the article on the back page of this weeks News that that could include a ‘Head of Football’.

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Elsewhere in the paper, Binfield captain James Knight believes the club has a very bright future. He said: “There is not a better club to play for in this area. Once you start playing here it is very difficult to stop.”

Binifleld captain James Knight. Photo: Ade Hone.

Binifleld captain James Knight. Photo: Ade Hone.

In the Slough Observer this week we discovered the nickname assigned to Chalvey Sports is the Stabmonks. More when we fully understand that one.

Off the pitch, Sports are expected to be promoted to the Hellenic League Division One in the summer after winning Division Two. They currently ground share with Slough Town.

And across in Oxfordshire, OxOnFootball is reporting that Didcot Town have been left ‘scratching their heads’ over next seasons division allocation.

The Railwaymen are particularly annoyed at the allocation that see’s Didcot in the West, while Cinderford Town near the Welsh border are in the East.

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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.