Forster signs on loan

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Bromley Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of Harry Forster, on loan from EFL Championship side Watford.

The pacy winger, 20, signs on loan until January, and links up with Neil Smith’s side ahead of tomorrow’s friendly away to Tonbridge Angels.

Forster first joined Watford as an U11, signing his first professional deal in 2018, and recently being rewarded for his performances with the U23s with a new contract in August 2020. Comfortable as a left winger, left back or attacking midfielder, he brings yet more versatility to Smith’s squad.

Upon joining, Forster commented; “I’m absolutely buzzing for the season to get started, I can’t wait to get going in front of the fans and show what I’m all about.”

Smith added; “We spoke to Watford some time ago about Harry. We went to watch him play the other day and he did really well. He’s an excellent acquisition for our squad. He’s got a lot of pace and is very direct, he gets at people and has an end product to him as well. Watford rate him really highly and this is the next step for him, playing in our division and getting games under his belt.”

Forster goes straight into the squad, who will travel to Tonbridge Angels tomorrow afternoon.


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