Bradley Goldberg leaves Bromley: I have many memorable moments at Hayes Lane having come through the youth system
BROMLEY have confirmed that striker Bradley Goldberg has left the club by mutual consent.
The 23-year-old came through the club’s youth system went on to score 39 goals for the first team in several spells and he won the Golden Boot award as the League’s leading goalscorer and the Vanarama Conference South Player-of-the-Year award for the 2014-15 season.
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: Bradley Goldberg has
left Bromley today after not having his contract
Photo: Bromley FC
One of Goldberg’s most memorial goals for his home town club was to score THAT 81st minute winner against Boreham Wood in a top-of-the-table clash at Hayes Lane on 4 April 2015.
His father Mark Goldberg, who now owns Vanarama National League South Welling United, guided Bromley to their first league title in 54 years when the club won the Vanarama Conference South title with a comfortable 3-0 win over Weston-super-Mare in front of 2,938 fans at Hayes Lane on 18 April 2015.
Current Bromley manager Neil Smith, who was Mark Goldberg’s number two, told www.bromleyfc.tv: “I can’t thank Brad enough for his contribution and non-stop work ethic for the club.
“I’ll never forget the year he scored 24 goals and then came back midway through the following season to help us win promotion as champions.”
Goldberg added: “I’m obviously sad to be leaving my local club. I’d like to thank the fans for all their support during my time.
“I have many memorable moments at Hayes Lane having come through the youth system and then as a first team player leading up to our championship winning season and also since in the National League. I wish everyone at the club ever success for the future.”
Bromley finished 14th in their first National League season on 60 points, but Smith guided his home-town club to a personal best top ten finish with 64 points in the bag in his first full season in charge.
However, Smith has yet made a summer signing and at present has five players contracted for next season. Jack Holland, Alan Dunne, Daniel Johnson, Jordan Higgs and George Porter have put pen to paper on new deals to keep them at Hayes Lane.
A club statement added: “Manager Neil Smith remains in discussions with last season’s squad along with potential new signings and we’ll provide updates as soon as any signings are completed.”
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