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Like every other Bromley Football Club squad, the Youth Academy U14s are working hard from home. 

The video above highlights the efforts from the Youth Academy U14s during this season, and also the hard work they are all putting in from home at this current time.

Being recognised for his outstanding work over the past week is Joe Bermingham who has been named the ‘Youth Academy U14 Trainer of the Week’, congratulations Joe!

On this news Manager Steve Aris commented; “It is such a difficult decision to choose just One player from my U14s squad. They have all taken to this fitness programme amazingly. The work ethic of the squad has really shone through and the times and data they have recorded has been fantastic. Joe wins it for the sheer amount of work he has completed, impressive data and miles covered. Well done Joe!”

He continued; “To all the boys keep up the hard work in these difficult times. It’s been a pleasure coaching these boys throughout the season and I continue to watch them all develop into such great players but also great boys as well.”

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