Bromley unveil the return of midfield ace Ali Fuseini

Monday 13th January 2014
BROMLEY manager Mark Goldberg has today unveiled the return of flair central midfielder Ali Fuseini, 25.


The former Millwall ace originally joined Bromley on 20 January 2012 and helped the Kent club retain their Conference South status.

He left Hayes Lane on 28 March 2013 and joined their league rivals Sutton United, but has returned to the club today with the Ravens sitting proudly at the top of the table with 53 points from 22 games.

Bromley are eleven points clear of Eastleigh, who have three games in hand and arrive at Hayes Lane for a crunch game on 28 January.

Goldberg told : “Not only has Ali got great qualities as a player, but he is also a good character with the right experience for our dressing room.  It is a welcome homecoming right now to support the squad.”

Fuseini’s return follows the departure of former Leeds United midfielder Ryan Hall and Ben Swallow whose agreements with the club were only up until the Football League transfer window reopened in January.

Hall was playing for Bromley for nothing during his short spell back at Hayes Lane.

This news also coincides with winger Albert Jarrett’s return to fitness and selection following his long-term injury.

Bromley signed former Bexley Borough and Corinthian striker Alfie May on a dual-registration deal from Ryman League Division One North side Chatham Town last Friday.

Alfie, who is the cousin of Bromley striker Jay May, has scored 21 goals in 27 games for Chatham Town this season and last season picked up the golden boot at Corinthian with 32 league goals.

Goldberg said: “Alfie is a player we are looking at for the future who we believe has a lot of potential.

“The idea is to bleed him into the squad over the course of the remainder of the season, with our busy league schedule and our progress in the London Senior Cup these may prove good opportunities for Alfie.”

He has one game left of a suspension to serve so will not be included in tomorrow’s game against Concord Rangers, who were playing Essex Senior League football as recently as six years ago.

Concord Rangers arrive at Hayes Lane in thirteenth-place in the table with 28 points from 20 games.

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Bromley  v  Concord Rangers
Skrill South
Tuesday 14th January 2014
Kick Off 7:45pm
At Hayes Lane, Bromley, Kent BR2 9EF