Goalkeeper Hunt on the move
Andy Hunt, second choice-goalkeeper at Ryman League Division One South Bromley, has departed Hayes Lane and has joined Combined Counties League side Hartley Wintney, writes Stephen McCartney.
The Fleet based shot-stopper started only five games for the Hayes Lane club this season as understudy to long serving goalkeeper Danny Harwood but has joined his local club to become their first choice number one.
In two spells at Bromley he made 33 appearances, mostly as unused substitute, but the former PFA Young Goalkeeper of the Year in 1999 whilst at Brentford goes with best wishes from Bromley boss Stuart McIntyre.
McIntyre, however, revealed he is looking to sign a replacement goalkeeper and a centre-half for the remainder of the season.
He said: "I am currently looking to add two players to the squad. One is clearly a centre-half and the other a goalkeeper to replace the departed Andy Hunt. Andy was disapointed at being left out against Banstead Athletic and having played only a few games has decided that he is likely to be our main goalkeeper this season.
"He has gone to Hartley Wintney in the Combined Counties League where he is assured to be their number one goalkeeper. I wish Andy well for the future."
Meanwhile, Bromley reached the semi-finals of the John Ullman Kent Senior Cup following a 2-1 win over a under-strength Dr Martens League Eastern Division leaders, Tonbridge Angels on Tuesday night.
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