Bromley manager Mark Goldberg announces summer signings and capture of Ashley Nichols

PUBLISHED: 11:55 06 June 2013 | UPDATED: 11:55 06 June 2013

Mark Goldberg's Bromley summer signings.

Mark Goldberg's Bromley summer signings.


Bromley FC manager Mark Goldberg has unveiled his summer signings, claiming a major coup in the arrival of midfielder Ashley Nichols from Dorchester Town.

The former Ipswich and Cambridge United man shows a statement of intent from Goldberg, who has also tied up the contracts of a number of key players including goalkeeper Joe Welch and Elliot Buchanan.

He said: “I have admired Ashley for a number of years now, having been up against him on numerous occasions, and we are very happy as a club to have secured him for the new season.”

Nichols, 31, began his career at Ipswich in 2000 and has played for 15 clubs before arriving at Hayes Lane.

He said: “I’m looking forward to next season. I’ve come to the club because of the manager’s commitment and enthusiasm for Bromley and what he is trying to do, which will hopefully give the players and supporters something to be excited about.”

Joining Nichols in Bromley will also be Joe Anderson from Cambridge United, Alex Bentley from AFC Hornchurch, Jay May and Rob Swaine from Billericay Town, and Shamir Mullings, a a young prospect from Southend United.

Goldberg was also keen to confirm that Elliot Buchanan, Mike Jones, Warren McBean, Danny Waldren and goalkeeper Joe Welch have also agreed terms ahead of the new campaign.

The club are also hopeful of tying up a new deal for leading goal scorer Pierre Joseph-Dubois.

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