Slough Town

It was a patchy season for the Rebels last time recording their first win on the fourth game of the campaign. Slough Town went on to take sixteen points from their next seven outings and early signs pointed towards a playoff challenge, however the wheels fell off from October through to Christmas. The Berkshire side went twelve without victory which landed them in a relegation battle as they sunk down the standings to twentieth place. Slough Town had a better start to 2023 picking up three wins and four draws during an unbeaten spell that provided some comfort, which was needed as they reached the business end of the season. In the end the Rebels stayed up by three points to complete their fifth campaign in the National South. 

2022/2023 Season
National South: 18th
F.A Cup: 2nd Qualifying Round
F.A Trophy: 3rdRound
County Cup: 1st Round
Top League Scorer: John Goddard & George Alexander (6 goals)

Manager – Scott Davies

Following in the footsteps of a management duo that lasted a decade at Slough Town is always going to be a challenge. Step forward former Rebels captain who made over 100 appearances in two spells for the club. Davies started his senior playing career in 2006 and moved around Football League clubs frequently. After leaving Oxford United almost ten years ago, Davies embarked on a non-league career taking him to Dunstable Town, Wealdstone, Oxford City and Chelmsford City before his first stint with the Rebels. Short periods with Kingstonian and Harlow Town followed until he returned to Arbour Park.

Summer Transfers

Slough Town have made a trio of signings from Bracknell Town by bringing in Mickel Platt, Gary Abisogun and Dan Bayliss. The Rebels have also taken Nathan Minhas from one of their previous bosses Jon Underwood at Beaconsfield Town. Isthmian Premier League winner Jonny Giles arrives from Bishop’s Stortford, National South playoff finalist Munashire Sundire joins from St Albans City and Jeanmal Prosper from Chesham United. Scott Davies has persuaded former Sunderland youngster Tyrese Dyce to sign and has also promoted academy graduates Kai Allsopp and Oscar Lucey. Goalkeeper, Hubert Graczyk signs on loan from Arsenal.

Transfers In Transfers Out
Mickel Platt (Bracknell Town) George Hunt (Hampton and Richmond Borough)
Gary Abisogun (Bracknell Town) James Dobson (Beaconsfield Town)
Dan Bayliss (Bracknell Town) Rhys Forster (Enfield Town)
Nathan Minhas (Beaconsfield Town) Shane Bush (Bedford Town)
Munashire Sundire (St Albans City) Tyrese Owen (Haverfordwest)
Jonny Giles (Bishop’s Stortford) Imran Kayani (Dover Athletic)
Jeanmal Prosper (Chesham United) Ogo Obi (Maidstone United)
Tyrese Dyce (Gosport Borough) Lee Togwell
Hubert Graczyk (Arsenal)  
Oscar Lucey (academy)  
Kai Allsopp  (academy)  

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 9 / Slough Town wins: 3 / Draws: 3

Previous Matches

Dartford 1 – 0 Slough Town (21/02/2023 – National South)
Slough Town 1 – 2 Dartford (25/10/2022 – National South)
Slough Town 0 – 6 Dartford (30/04/2022 – National South)
Dartford 3 – 0 Slough Town (21/08/2021 – National South)
Slough Town 2 – 2 Dartford (15/12/2020 – F.A Trophy)*
Dartford 2 – 0 Slough Town (21/11/2020 – National South)
* – Dartford won 6-5 on penalties

Next Meetings

Dartford v Slough Town – Tuesday 5th September 2023
Slough Town v Dartford – Tuesday 20th February 2024


  • Dartford have won five consecutive league games against Slough Town with an aggregate score of 14-1
  • The Darts have kept three clean sheets in a row against the Rebels in the league at Princes Park
  • Dartford’s last two league games at Arbour Park have ended in victories with a combined score of 8-1

Match Highlights – 2022/2023

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