Published: Saturday, October 1st 2011
Two in and two out for Slough
Written by Matt Webb
Chris Herron rejoins for a third spell.
Steve Bateman has brought midfielder Chris Herron and goalkeeper Dominique Jean-Zepherin back to the club.
The move comes as Steve Smith, who suffered a long-term knee injury against Burnham in August, left the club in the week to take up a coaching role at former club Aylesbury.
Also leaving the club is Dom Marsala. Dom made seven appearances for the Rebels this season, scoring in the 2-1 win over Barton Rovers, but was unable to break into the first eleven on a consistent basis.
The club wishes both every success in their future endeavours.
Chris Herron rejoins the Rebels for a third spell, having made 53 appearances since originally joining in 2009. Chris was unable to commit to Slough Town in the summer but has now signed forms to play for the club.
Haiti international goalkeeper Jean-Zepherin also joins for a third spell, as cover for James Warrington. Jean-Zepherin made three appearances for the club last season when on loan from Farnborough.