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Slough Ladies FC are delighted to announce the arrival of Tony Milstead as new First Team Manager/Coach, bringing with him a wealth of experience at both Junior and Senior level.
He has been at QPR Ladies for the last three years, helping to guide them to South West Combination trophy success in his first season, then achieving promotion to the FA Tesco Women's Premier League Southern Division last year. After a brief spell with Reading FC Women and a major knee operation, Tony is back in the game with Slough and is looking to develop a strong squad.
A full licence UEFA/FA coach, Tony has had many coaching roles in the game, including at Academy and Centre of Excellence work spanning over 25 years. His previous clubs include Chelsea, Southampton, Fulham, Woking, Reading, QPR, Wycombe Wanderers and Farnborough Town. Tony was senior coach and Reserve Team Manager at Farnborough Town when they were last in the Conference National and had the memorable FA Cup run that ended in the Fourth Round against Arsenal. He has been instrumental in developing many young players who have since gone on to achieve at full professional level.
Tony is looking to strengthen the squad at Slough and welcomes players who would like to be part of the club's push for success in the Southern Region League. "Slough Ladies is an ambitious club that has the potential to play at a much higher level in the women's game," he said. "I have been impressed with the players' work ethic, determination and willingness to learn in training.
"There are players here that certainly deserve to be playing further up the leagues. With a few more quality players to strengthen the side I believe we can go on to achieve success."
Slough are seeking players to strengthen both First and Reserve Team squads. If you are interested in being part of the club's drive forward, please contact Catriona Barron, Club Secretary on (07773) 024908 or Tony Milstead, First Team Manager on (07850) 852527.
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