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Bromley Football Club can today announce that Ben Allen has joined up with Lewes on a dual-registration deal, joining fellow first-year pro Jude Arthurs at the Dripping Pan.

Ben Allen is a former Gillingham midfielder, who was snapped up by the League One side following an impressive performance and goal against them for Phoenix Sports in the Kent Senior Cup. Allen joined the Club during the Summer, entering the first-year pro initvative alongside Ollie Tanner, Jude Arhturs, Tom Purrington and Liam Vincent.

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