Bromley Football Club are delighted to confirm the signings of forwards Alex Wall and Bradley Goldberg.

Alex Wall joins from League Two side Luton Town where he became the first signing of current manager John Still back in 2013. During his time with Luton, the 24 year old striker also spent time on loan at Dartford where he scored six times in eleven National League appearances for the Club.

Bradley enjoyed a superb season on loan at Bromley in 2013/14, finishing the campaign as the club’s, as well as the division’s, top scorer. He was also named the League’s Player of the Season and was in the division’s Team of the Year along with Pierre Joseph-Dubois. The forward then returned to the club on loan towards the end of last season, helping Bromley to promotion, with his most notable contributions being a hat-trick in the 6-0 win over Staines Town as well as the crucial late winner against Boreham Wood at Hayes Lane.

Manager Mark Goldberg has also confirmed that due to a change in training schedule next season, Jamie Slabber can no longer commit to the Club.

Mark said, “We are disappointed that we have to lose the services of Jamie Slabber this year due to our new training schedule of three mornings a week. Jamie scored some important goals for us last year to help secure promotion and we all wish him well for the future.

“We are however pleased to announce the new signing of Alex Wall and the resigning of Bradley Goldberg, this time officially as a Bromley player. Alex and Brad spent time together last year while both on loan at Bristol Rovers.

“Alex will provide great additional strength and a goal threat to our strong attacking options as well as National League and League Two experience.”

The latest additions and departure bring the current squad up to 18 players:

  • Adam Birchall
  • Alan Julian
  • Alex Wall
  • Ali Fuseini
  • Anthony Cook
  • Ben May
  • Bradley Goldberg
  • Jack Holland
  • Joe Anderson
  • Lee Minshull
  • Louis Dennis
  • Max Porter
  • Moses Ademola
  • Pierre Joseph-Dubois
  • Reece Prestedge
  • Rob Swaine
  • Sean Francis
  • Ugo Udoji

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