Bacon to McClurg: Binfield podcasts to get you in the FA Vase mood

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You might have noticed, but a rather big and important football match is taking place on Saturday as Binfield travel to US Portsmouth in the semi-final of the Buildbase FA Vase.

Well, we’re as excited as I am sure you are and thought we’d remind you of some of the podcasts Football in Berkshire made over the last year with various members of the club.

These range from current Binfield chairman Bob Bacon to former chair Rob Jones, Roger Herridge, Jamie McClurg and former defender Idris Kamara.

You can listen back to all the FiB Berkshire Football Stories podcasts here.

Rob Jones

Rob, talks about laying the foundations for the club to grow, how a meeting with Bobby Ellis brought two clubs together and the numerous obstacles and challenges they had to overcome. Listen to the episode on your preferred podcast app here.

Bob Bacon

We speak to Binfield chairman Bob Bacon in a timely conversation about the cancellation of the step 5 and 6 season, how he got involved in the club as well as his playing career and move to walking football. Listen to the episode on your preferred podcast app here.

Jamie McClurg

We speak to Binfield midfielder and player/manager Jamie McClurg about starting a career in management at the Moles, playing under his uncle Steve and the big moments in his career. Listen to the episode on your preferred podcast app here.

Roger Herridge

We speak to former Binfield and Wokingham & Emmbrook manager Roger Herridge about his time with the Moles, getting started in management and whether he’ll be back in the dugout. Listen to the episode on your preferred podcast app here.

Idris Kamara

We speak to Binfield centre back Idris Kamara about his playing career, managers getting the best out of him, winning the Hellenic League player of the season award fighting for his place at Binfield. Listen to the episode on your preferred podcast app here.

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