Bromley sign Luke Coulson from Ebbsfleet United
BROMLEY have agreed terms with Ebbsfleet United to sign Luke Coulson on a permanent transfer.
The 24-year-old winger played 73 times for The Fleet since signing from Barnet in July 2017, scoring 13 goals. This season he has started 11 games, scoring twice in The FA Cup.
Bromley manager Neil Smith welcomes Luke Coulson to Hayes Lane. The club reveal in the photograph that work building their new South Stand has begun.
Photo: Bromley FC
“His departure now brings the squad into line with the numbers the club and manager have been working towards as part of the publicised budget restructuring,” said an Ebbsfleet United club statement, published on www.ebbsfleetunited.co.uk.
Former Dulwich Hamlet attacker Reise Allassani has left Stonebridge Road and has returned to Coventry City following the end of his loan spell.
Coulson told www.bromleyfc.co.uk: “I’m delighted it’s all happened so quickly. Everyone has been really friendly today and I very much enjoyed my first training session.
“I’ve been told all about where the club wants to be in the next few years and that’s a huge reason why I’ve brought into it.”
On Twitter, Coulson added: “Just want to take the opportunity to thank Ebbsfleet United. I’m grateful for the opportunity and I just want to thank everyone at the club for their support and wish the lads every success in the future.”
Bromley – in 18th place in the Vanarama National League table with 24 points from 22 games – four points clear of the relegation zone, travel to seventh-placed Gateshead on Saturday.
Tenth-placed Ebbsfleet United, meanwhile, host a Barnet side that are three places below them in the table.