As a hugely respected member of the club's back room team, “Super Kev” has been involved with the club since 1985 as the first team physiotherapist.
Never too busy to treat the players' niggles, Kevin is always available to get the players into prime condition.
Kevin became a physiotherapist after being encouraged to get involved in treating sports injuries whilst receiving treatment for an injury himself. After attending courses at Spurs and Lilleshall, he was approached to join Hillingdon Borough to look after their second eleven.
His first game was an FA Cup Second Round replay against Orient at Wexham Park on 10 December 1985. Whilst at Hillingdon Borough, Alan Davies (who later became Slough manager) and Fred Cummings recommended him to then Slough manager Howard Kennedy.
Kevin has been with the club through thick and thin ever since, and has worked with a succession of managers and hundreds of players in that time.
In December 2015, Kevin celebrated reaching 30 years' service to Slough Town Football Club.
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2004/05 Isthmian League Cup winner
2013/14 Won promotion to Southern League, Premier Division
2016 Get Berkshire Active Lifetime Achievement Award
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