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Plenty of movement at Bromley
Plenty of movement at Bromley

There has been plenty of activity at Bromley in recent weeks, defender Callum Reynolds joined from Dagenham & Redbridge, while keeper Mark Cousins departed for Ebbsfleet United.

Away from the playing side, supporters have been given the chance to design and vote for the team’s new third kit.

A shortlist of six has been selected from sixty four initial submissions and the most popular will be used as the third choice strip for next season manufactured by Kappa.

Supporters will get the chance to see the new kits at the opening of The Jim Brown Club Shop on 11th July.  

The club have also unveiled legendary manager George Wakeling as a Club Ambassador. Wakeling was manager in two successful spells at Bromley from 1990 to 98 and then 2004 to 06, achieving two promotions and four county cup wins in that time as well as taking The Ravens to the first round of the FA Cup for the first time in two decades in 1996.

He kept the side up in the Isthmian League Premier Division on a tiny budget for several seasons and also saw three players progress to the football league in Jon Goodman, Dean Wordsworth and Landry Zahana-Oni.

Picture supplied by Ed Boyden Photos.