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Friday 29 May 2015 7:02 PM

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Former Marlow FC and Burnham player Ben Gladwin has signed for Queens Park Rangers for an undisclosed fee.

The attacking midfielder, who moved to Swindon Town in 2013, has joined the relegated West London side along with his team mate, Australia international Massimo Luongo.

The 22-year-old makes the step-up to the Championship in the aftermath of the Robins' failure to do

10:29 Tue 19 May 2015
Martin Kenealy Interested parties have been invited to apply for the vacant manager's position at Holyport FC. The club are looking to replace Martin Kenealy, who stood down from the role last month after guiding Holyport to
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09:00 Sat 16 May 2015
Graham Malcolm Graham Malcolm is absolutely certain Flackwell Heath can compete with teams at step four level football. But the Heathens manager admits he's not sure which third of the league they'll be competing in. Flackwell romped
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15:00 Sat 16 May 2015
Marlow manager Mark Bartley Mark Bartley has informed certain players they're not part of his plans for Marlow FC next season. The Blues boss told a number of players he's recruiting replacements for their position this summer and they'll
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09:00 Sun 10 May 2015
Graham Malcolm Graham Malcolm said the fear of losing to a lower level side was motivation enough as the Heathens wrapped up their second piece of silverware by lifting the Wycombe Senior Cup. Penn & Tylers Green
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16:30 Thu 28 May 2015
Allan Greene There's no full episode of SportsTALK this week but we've got a couple of treats up our sleeves for you to enjoy. Dan has been talking to Maidenhead United boss Alan Devonshire about how his
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15:00 Sat 02 May 2015
Mick Woodham Mick Woodham has admitted he's not 100 per cent certain which league Windsor will be starting in next season. The Royalists' boss said his preference is for the club to remain in the Combined Counties
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10:00 Sat 09 May 2015
VIDEO: Slough Town's Jon Underwood & Neil Baker on Saturday's 2-1 win over Hitchin Town Neil Baker has said that Slough Town are monitoring the situation, and potential fallout of players, at Maidenhead United this summer. Baker, who was at The Meadow ground to watch Maidenhead United's 4-0 win over
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14:00 Fri 08 May 2015
Steve Clarke Steve Clarke has said that he wants Reading's impressive 3-0 win at Derby County to be a platform for improvements next season. Royals played well from the opening whistle, taking the lead through Kwesi Appiah's
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