Bromley Football Club are delighted to confirm that Manager Andy Woodman and Assistant Manager Alan Dunne have both signed three-year contracts at Hayes Lane.
2021-22 marked Woodman’s first full campaign at the club after arriving in March 2021 and it was topped off with FA Trophy glory in May, with Dunne as his number two.
The Wembley triumph added to last year’s play-off finish as the pair continued to impress in the Bromley dug-out.
Woodman arrived at Hayes Lane with a wealth of experience to his name having spent the majority of his coaching career in England’s top level of football. Spells as a Goalkeeper Coach in the Premier League set him up for his first managerial stint.
As for Dunne, his time with us stems back to 2017, initially joining as a player.
The former Millwall skipper made a handful of appearances for the Ravens before taking up the role as First Team Coach.
At the appointment of Woodman, Dunne was then promoted to Assistant Manager, a role he will be taking on for a further three years.
You can watch our interview with Dunney below: