Bromley Football Club are delighted to confirm the addition of striker Jack Barham, on a short term loan from Barnet.
Barham, 22, has represented the likes of Chelmsford City and Greenwich Borough, from where his prolific form during the 2017-18 season paved the way for a move to Barnet. So far this season, he has made a total of twelve appearances, scoring twice. Amongst those appearances was a start against Bromley in the Bees’ 2-0 win at Hayes Lane earlier this season, where he impressed, hitting the crossbar with a thunderous effort.
The Southend born forward trained with his new team mates today, and commented; “I’m happy to be here and can’t wait to get started. Having not played a lot at Barnet recently, I’m looking forward to getting back out on the pitch.”
Manager Neil Smith added; “We know of Jack, he trained with us at the end of last season before joining Barnet. He’s played against us this season and I have kept an eye on him. He’s done very well stepping up to this level and will be great acquisition for us. Hopefully he’ll score us some goals!”
During his time with the Ravens, Barham will wear the number 7 shirt, vacated by Bobby-Joe Taylor earlier today.