Bracknell Town sign 47-year-old striker
Published 17 Jan 2013 17:45 0 Comments
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Bracknell Town joint-manager Steve Nebbett.
VETERAN striker Mick Havermans has come out of retirement to help Bracknell Town FC's cause.
The 47-year-old goalscoring legend pulled on his boots once again on Tuesday night for the Robins in a Hellenic Supplementary Cup second round clash against Headington Amateurs.
The ex-Binfield FC favourite, whose son Joel plays for the Moles, lasted 80 minutes as Robins were edged out 6-4 in a 10-goal thriller.
Now Robins' joint player-boss Steve Nebbett, right, believes Havermans could be a useful weapon in their Division One East promotion campaign.
"Mick looks fitter than ever," said Nebbett. "He assures me he is still in good shape and he is the sort of person you want in the dressing room.
"Anyone in these parts knows what a top player Micky was and it will be great to have him around."
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This article appeared in Bracknell News 17 Jan 13