SLOUGH Town joint-managers Neil Baker and Jon Underwood brought up their 300th game in charge of the Rebels with the 0-0 draw at Sutton United on Saturday, writes Rob Stevens.

Baker and Underwood moved to Slough from Godalming Town in May 2013 after guiding the Gs to a third-placed finish in Southern League Division One Central.

The pair have had fantastic success with the Rebels, including 150 wins, two promotions, two appearances in the first round proper of the FA Cup, plus one in round two.

Underwood told the Observer: "It has been brilliant and a great move for us to come to the club. Hopefully people will feet it has been a good spell for the club as well.

"We probably had some really tough times in the first season where maybe we wouldn't have been here now if it had carried on. It has gone really well for us since and we've had far more good times than bad.

"It's a great club to be at with some great people and fantastic support."

Baker added: "It's a milestone for us but I don't think about it because we just want to win any game of football.

"It has been a great club for the period we've been at and hopefully we will be here for just as long.

"We want to try and get ourselves to 10 years and enjoy the good times when we get them, but who knows, football is a funny old game. We could be having a nightmare next season and be out of a job, but that's football."