Role: Former

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Peter Angell

Left Half. Born in Slough in 1932 into a well known local footballing family.

Made his debut for the Rebels in January 1953 and featured in that year’s run to the quarter final of the FA Amateur Cup before turning professional with Queen’s Park Rangers in July. Also played for Millwall.

A very reliable left half who subsequently played 417 league games for that club, he was for many years both club captain and penalty taker.

He later became a highly respected assistant manager/coach with Leyton Orient at a time when the club became established in what is now The Championship and reached the quarter and semi finals of the FA Cup in 1972 and 1978 respectively. Was responsible for laying the foundations for getting Orient back into the second division after their rapid fall from first to third in the mid-sixties.

He was assistant manager for both of Jimmy Bloomfield's spells as manager and also during the reign of George Petchey. During Angell's time at Orient, the club won the 1970 third division championship just a year after surviving relegation on the final day of the season with a 4–0 at home to Shrewsbury. The O's became established in the old second division and enjoyed two cup runs, to the quarter finals in 1972 and the semis in 1978. On both occasions Orient defeated Chelsea en route and were finally eliminated by Arsenal.

Unfortunately died suddenly in 1979 aged only 47 after suffering a heart attack during a training run.


First Appearance: 17-01-1953 vs Stokenchurch
First Goal: 11-04-1953 vs Slough Centre
Position: Defender
Total STFC Appearances: 18
Total STFC Goals: 2

Matches Played

Match Date Home Team Score Away Team Competition Goals Cards Report
04-05-1953Slough Town3-1Slough CentreBenevolent Cup--Report
30-04-1953Edgware3-1Slough TownLeague--Report
25-04-1953Grays Athletic3-1Slough TownLeague--Report
22-04-1953Slough Town3-3EpsomLeague1-Report
18-04-1953Slough Town2-5Grays AthleticLeague--Report
11-04-1953Slough Centre1-2Slough TownB&B Senior Cup1-Report
06-04-1953Slough Centre2-2Slough TownB&B Senior Cup--Report
04-04-1953Uxbridge0-1Slough TownLeague--Report
28-03-1953Slough Town0-0Maidstone UtdLeague--Report
14-03-1953Wycombe Wanderers2-0Slough TownB&B Senior Cup--Report
09-03-1953Worthing1-0Slough TownLeague--Report
28-02-1953Slough Town4-1BletchleyB&B Senior Cup--Report
21-02-1953Slough Town0-2PegasusFA Amateur Cup--Report
14-02-1953Slough Town3-2WillingtonFA Amateur Cup--Report
07-02-1953Willington1-1Slough TownFA Amateur Cup--Report
31-01-1953Newbury Town0-2Slough TownBenevolent Cup--Report
24-01-1953Slough Town2-1BarkingFA Amateur Cup--Report
17-01-1953Stokenchurch4-8Slough TownB&B Senior Cup--Report
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Draw 2-2 (Home)

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Pos Name Goals
1 Ben Harris 12
2 Chris Flood 7
3 Warren Harris 3
4 Louie Soares 3
5 Sam Togwell 2
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