Forster loan extended until end of season

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The Club are delighted to confirm that Harry Forster will remain a Raven until the end of the 2020/21 season.

Following the end of his initial loan period on Monday 4th January, Watford have agreed to extend the loan of the exciting young winger for the remainder of the season.

In Bromley’s last match, the 2-0 FA Trophy success over Hemel Hempstead Town, Forster was influential in securing the win as he scored twice on the night.

On the news that his loan was extended Forster commented;

“I’ve really enjoyed my time here, and I’m really happy to extend the loan until the end of the season.”

Neil Smith was also delighted to secure the extension and was full of praise on Forster;

“He has been a credit to Watford. He’s been a credit to himself. He’s come in and worked tirelessly and when he gets his chance he takes them.”

Supporters can continue to see Harry and the rest of his teammates in action this Saturday as Bromley host Chesterfield at Hayes Lane. We’ll also have a feature length interview with Harry in this week’s show, which is not to be missed!

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