All change for ‘Town’

FOOT­BALL

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT -

IT is all change at South­ern League side Bea­cons­field SYCOB FC, who will be known as Bea­cons­field Town from next sea­son.

The club have been known as Bea­cons­field SYCOB since 1994, fol­low­ing a merger of Bea­cons­field United and Slough Youth Club Old Boys.

The club also has a new chair­man in the shape of Andy Agar, 45, the founder of lead­ing cre­ative agency whynot!, which will also spon­sor the club’s newly de­signed first team kit for the forth­com­ing cam­paign.

Agar is also a non-ex­ec­u­tive mem­ber of the FAB Academy ad­vi­sory board. FAB pro­vided the core of the team for last sea­son and, along­side a num­ber of new sign­ings, will again make a sig­nif­i­cant con­tri­bu­tion to the squad for the com­ing sea­son, hav­ing been crowned Na­tional English Col­leges FA cham­pi­ons 2014-15.

FAB founder Nas Bashir will also join the club board, over­see­ing foot­ball op­er­a­tions along­side Michael Saun­ders, who also joins the board with a wealth of fi­nan­cial and man­age­ment con­sul­tancy ex­pe­ri­ence.

See www.get­bucks.co.uk for more on the changes.

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