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Friday 1 August 2014 8:38 AM

Slough Town FC News

Slough Town's walking wounded are slowly returning to fitness, but the Rebels' less than ideal pre-season has been hampered by the cancellation of another friendly.

Tomorrow's (Saturday's) game at AFCTotton has been called off because of a faulty watering system, while Tuesday's match at Fleet was also cancelled because of Slough's injury problems.

The club's joint manager Neil Baker added that

17:15 Thu 24 Jul 2014
Maidenhead Unted's Reece Tison-Lascaris challenges Slough Town's Reece Yorke at York Road on Saturday This week's SportsTALK reviews pre-season action at York Road as Maidenhead United welcomed Slough Town. The Magpies' new main stand was opened for the first time as Johnson Hipployte's main side got the better of
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17:22 Thu 17 Jul 2014
Slough Town The Southern League Premier Division season will kick off with a local derby as newly-promoted Slough Town make the short trip to The Gore to play Burnham on Saturday, August 9. The Rebels will follow
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16:16 Wed 16 Jul 2014
Dave Woozley Dave Woozley has left Slough Town after informing managers NeilBaker and Jon Underwood over the weekend. The central defender felt that the increased travelling this season, combined with his new shifts at work and having
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11:00 Sat 19 Jul 2014
Slough A 'frustrating' set of pre-season injuries has forced the cancellation of Slough Town's friendly with Fleet Town on Tuesday, according to joint manager Neil Baker. Today's (Saturday) friendly at Maidenhead is set to go ahead
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16:00 Thu 17 Jul 2014
The victorious Marlow team after their upset of Burnham in the Julian Cup final This week's SportsTALK is packed with interviews about the Julian Cup, Tyrrell Hatton, Maidenhead United and Slough Town. With the Advertiser and Express sports crew still scattered around like Brazilian defenders in the World Cup,
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09:00 Fri 11 Jul 2014
Neil Baker The 'uncharted territory' of the Southern League Premier Division holds no fear for the management team at Slough Town. The Rebels have held together much of the squad that rampaged through the league at the
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16:01 Thu 31 Jul 2014
Maidenhead United sponsors The Advertiser has agreed a deal to become one of Maidenhead United FC's sponsors for the next three years. The agreement will see the Maidenhead Advertiser logo feature on the front of the 1st team's
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12:55 Thu 31 Jul 2014
Windsor FC boss Micky Woodham. Royalist manager Mick Woodham has warned there will be 'no excuses' if his team fail to capitalise on the two home games which kick-start their new season. Following a mixed pre-season, Windsor FC can now
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19:55 Thu 31 Jul 2014
Khunying Sasima with Sir John Madejski. Reading FC released a statement today after club chairman Sir John Madejski met potential new club owner Thai business woman Khunying Sasima Srivikorn. The statement read: 'Khunying Sasima is leading a consortium who have agreed
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09:18 Mon 21 Jul 2014
Andrew Howard Wycombe Wanderers have announced that Andrew Howard will take over from Don Woodward as the club's new chairman. Howard, from HighWycombe, will take on the role after Woodward officially stands down from the position on
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Slough Town News

Slough Town FC are a well respected name in non-league football who currently play in the Southern League Central Division.

Just 15 years ago the Rebels were in the Conference, one step away from reaching the Football League.

But in 1998 the consortium which ran the club decided they were not prepared to pay for the ground improvements needed to stay at that level and Slough were demoted to the Isthmian League.

Since then the club has transferred to the Southern League and now, under the guidance of boss Steve Bateman, it is trying to work its way back up the football pyramid.

In each of the last three seasons, the Rebels have come up just short in their search for promotion, missing out in the play-offs.

They started the current 2012/13 campaign as favourites to win the championship but so far they have been hampered by a fine run in the FA Cup.

Slough made it all the way to the first round proper of the competition where they met Conference Premier side Mansfield Town.

The Rebels earned an impressive 0-0 draw at Mansfield in the original tie before losing at home on penalties following a 1-1 draw in the replay.

Club: Slough Town FC

Nickname: The Rebels

Formed: 1890

Ground: Holloways Park

League: Southern Central Division

Chairman: Steve Easterbrook

Manager: Steve Bateman

Twitter: @SloughTown