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Bromley Football Club can today announce that 1st Year Pro Jude Arthurs has signed on dual-registration with Lewes FC.

The 19 year-old was part of our U23s squad last season, as well as enjoying a loan spell with Ramsgate, before signing 1st team forms in September 2020. Arthurs links up with Lewes ahead of their match with Brightlingsea Regent at the Dripping Pan this afternoon.

After securing the young midfielder during pre-season, Manager Neil Smith commented; “Jude Arthurs is a very promising young player with potential. He did so well in our Professional Development Squad last year and we invited him to pre-season. He has excelled so far and really developed so we’ve made the decision to sign him as a First Year Pro, meaning he will be a part of my squad.”

Everyone at Bromley Football Club wishes Jude all the best during his time at Lewes, and we will of course update supporters on his progress during his spell in East Sussex.

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