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Bromley Football Club are pleased to confirm the signing of Nassim L’Ghoul.

The French winger, 23, started out at the Nike Academy, before having trials at Charlton Athletic and Dagenham & Redbridge. He then made the move to St Neots Town, before spells at Whitehawk, Welling United and Dover Athletic.

After spending the 2018/19 campaign with Welling, in which he made 25 appearances, scoring three times, he earned a move to Dover for the 2019/20 season. He went on to make a total of 35 appearances in all competitions, scoring four goals. Comfortable as a left winger or an attacking midfielder, L’Ghoul will bring yet more versatility to Neil Smith’s front line.

On the signing, Smith commented; “Nassim came in during pre-season and really impressed, but we couldn’t reach an agreement at the time. He’s someone we’ve been interested in for a while and will give us more options going forward. He is a very good player, someone who is very attack minded and direct.”

Nassim will wear the number 24 shirt in his time with the Club.

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