All change for ‘Town’
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.