Published 17 May 2013 17:00 0
STEVE Bateman claims to have 'restored the pride' of Slough Town Football Club.
READING FC Player of the Season Adam Le Fondre is confident he can nudge the magical 30 goal mark in the Championship next season.
WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook manager Roger Herridge admits he has a few tough decisions to make ahead of his final game in charge at the Madejski Stadium next Tuesday evening (7pm ko).
- Steve Bateman - 'now is the right time for change' at Slough Town
- Ricky Khan 'proud' of Braywick Park reign
- Reading FC's Karacan seeks repeat of Upton Park heroics
- Bobby Sher - Slough CC can avoid relegation by 'keeping it simple'
- Adam Weston - Windsor CC must 'improve significantly'
- Reading FC Women complete memorable season
- Windsor Boys' School hold their nerve to beat Marylebone Cricket Club again
- Beaconsfield SYCOB end season with Berks & Bucks FA Senior Cup win
- Success for Claires Court School Rowing Club
- Guest Of Honour welcomed into Royal Windsor Racecourse winner's circle
JEM Karacan is confident Reading FC can match last season's epic win at West Ham United when they travel to Upton Park for their final Premier League fixture.
STEVE Bateman this week left his post as manager of Slough Town Football Club by 'mutual consent'.
MYRA is dying, her husband has buried his emotions, while their two daughters - one scared of hospitals, the other of death - struggle to accept their mother's fate.
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