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Liam Ferdinand joins Bracknell Town’s Hellenic Premier promotion rivals

Striker heads across Berkshire to Thatcham Town

Liam Ferdinand joins Bracknell Town’s Hellenic Premier promotion rivals
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Bracknell Town striker Liam Ferdinand has joined Thatcham Town the West Berkshire side have confirmed.

The Robins rivals for promotion from the Hellenic Premier Division have snapped up the ex-Binfield striker after TJ Bohane returned to Larges Lane.

The Kingfishers confirmed the news via the clubs twitter page:

Ferdi’s start to life at Larges Lane after the summer switch from Binfield was interrupted by a suspension carried over from the previous season season and an injury picked up kept him out of first team contention during the early months of the season.

He still managed four goals in nine appearances for the Robins but the return of Bohane reduced opportunities for the striker who scored 63 goals in two previous seasons at Binfield.

Ferdinand will be cup-tied for Thatcham’s FA Vase Third Round tie having already appeared for the Robins against Buckingham Athletic and joins former Bracknell crowd favourite Shane Cooper-Clark as well as ex-Binfield teammate Harrison Bayley at Waterside Park.

Bracknell and Thatcham aren’t currently due to meet again this season having already played home and away in the league.

Bracknell Town also confirmed in their recent matchday programme that coach Geoff Warner had left the club.

All the latest transfer news ahead of the 2019/20 season is here. Keep up with all the pre season fixtures in Berkshire here.

Main image: Liam Ferdinand by Neil Graham.

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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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