Slough Town were one of a number of clubs to pay tribute to Steve Browne after he lost his battle with cancer on Sunday.

The club released a statement on their official website paying their respects to Browne, who spent time with Slough as a player and a manager.




The statement read “All at Slough Town Football Club were saddened to learn of the passing of former first team player and manager Steve Browne today after a battle with cancer.

Steve played in the Football League before joining the Rebels as assistant manager to Graham Roberts in the early part of the 1998/99 season. He later took over the managerial position following the departure of Roberts.

Steve made 45 playing appearances for the club in total. After leaving the Rebels in 2003 he took up a position at Dover Athletic and went on to manage other clubs, including Boreham Wood.

Our thoughts are with Steve’s family and friends at this difficult time”

Source: www.sloughtownfc.net


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