Bromley Football Club can today confirm the departures of goalkeeper David Gregory, Richard Brindley, Joe Quigley, Kyle De Silva and Reece Meekums at the end of their respective contracts.
Former Crystal Palace goalkeeper Gregory joined the Club in the Summer of 2017 after leaving Cambridge United, quickly becoming a fans’ favourite. He went on to make over 100 appearances in a Bromley shirt, including the FA Trophy final at Wembley Stadium last year and only missed one first team fixture during his time at the Club.
Brindley joined the Ravens after a successful trial period earlier this season, and went on to make the right-back spot his own. He leaves the Club having made 34 appearances in the National League, scoring twice.
Meekums signed for the Club following a successful pre-season trial, before spending time on loan at Bognor Regis Town and Worthing. De Silva joined the Ravens in the Summer of 2017 from FC Eindhoven, but was hampered by injuries. Quigley signed for Bromley back in October and scored on his home debut against Braintree Town, before having spells at Eastbourne Borough and Havant & Waterlooville on loan.
Everyone at the Club would like to place on record their sincere thanks to David, Richard, Reece, Kyle and Joe for their efforts during their time at Hayes Lane, and wish them all the very best for the future.
Manager Neil Smith remains in talks with a number of current players and potential new signings, with the Club expecting to release further news in due course.