YOUR QUICK GUIDE TO THE BORO' FROM HARROW....PART ONE
Harrow Borough Football Club HARROW
BOROUGH
members of the Rymans Isthmian League
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Ground: Earlsmead,
Carlyon Avenue,
South Harrow,
Middlesex
HA2 8SS
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Tel: 0208 - 422 5221
Websites: Official
Fans site
Getting there
By Car: (approx 30 miles from HW)
From High Wycombe M40 to join A40 dual carriageway towards London. Turn off at the Target Roundabou junction to join the A312 towards Northolt (Petts Hill Road). After going under railway bridge bear left onto the A4090 and then first left into Somervell Road. Branch right into Carlyon Avenue and then second left into Earlsmead. There is limited parking at the ground but street parking is available in the outlying areas.
Train:  Northolt Park is half a mile from Earlsmead and is on the High Wycombe to Marylebone - Chiltern Line (journey time approx. 30 mins) However, not all trains stop here, so check the connection details at the station.
See www.railtrack.co.uk for specific times and connections of trains.
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Players who have played for both Clubs

Dave Bassett - Midfielder who played as a 19 year old for Wycombe and then later in the mid 1960's for Boro before moving onto Wimbledon. Has since managed the Dons and several other Football League clubs.
Steve Crompton - 'Keeper who had a brief spell at Wycombe at the start of the 1988-89 season before spending time with Boro.
Bobby Dell - Made more than 300 apps for Wycombe between 1980 and 1986 before transferring to Earlsmead. 
Clevere Forde - Made a single appearance for Wycombe in the 1987/88 season but best remembered for a lengthy spell with Borough. Played in the Football League for Plymouth.
John Kerr - American International striker who played for Harrow against Wycombe in the last meeting at Loakes Park in March 1987. Went on to join Wycombe in 1988 - scoring 22 goals in 48 apps. Has since played for Millwall and Walsall.
Derek Harris - Midfielder who had two spells at Wycombe in the latter part of the 1970's - scoring 14 goals from 60 apps. Joined Boro in 1980 from Maidenhead United.
Trevor How - Spent two seasons at Wycombe in the early 1980's making 91 apps before moving to Harrow in 1985 where he became Club Captain. Played in the Football League for Watford.
Steve Long - Scored close to 100 goals during a 6 and a half year spell at Wycombe commencing in August 1978. Moved to Boro' in February 1985.
Damian Markman - Former Wycombe Youth player who made a handful of sub appearances under Alan Smith before moving onto Harrow. Has since transferred to Slough Town.
Henry Pacquette - Striker who scored 7 goals in 22 apps for Wycombe in the early 1980's.
Barry Silkman - Played for Wycombe during the 1986/87 season and after appearing for Boro in pre-season 2000/2001 has threatened to come out of retirement for cup games against Football League opposition
Colin Tate - Scored 5 goals in 19 apps at Wycombe between April 1984 and September 1984. 

Also:
Current Assistant Coach at Harrow is Hakan Hayrettin who was played for Wycombe during the promotion season of 1992/93 and scored a memorable goal at Preston in the Football League.
Former Wycombe players George Borg and Alan Mayes both had short managerial spells at Earlsmead. Former Wycombe Assistant Manager David Kemp started his football with Boro in the early 1970's

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