Bromley have confirmed the appointment of Alan Dunne as first team coach.
Dunne, 35, will also remain as part of the squad in a playing capacity, but will primarily assist Neil Smith with the coaching of the first team on a day-to-day basis.
Smith was pleased to welcome Dunne on to the coaching staff at Hayes Lane: “Since he’s come in, Alan has been a real help to me and Mark (Hammond). It was an easy decision to welcome him onto the coaching staff, and retain his services as a player too.
“Young players in particular need experience around them and Alan gives them that. He’s a been a credit to himself fitness wise, so I don’t see there being any problems if I have to call on him to play.”
Dunne was also excited to begin something of a new chapter in his career: “I’m really pleased. I’ve been here 21 months now and enjoyed every single moment of it.
“Neil and Mark took me in and I had to earn their trust and since I’ve come in I have learnt a lot from them. When I came here I wanted success, and the club tasted success last year.
“We have personal targets we want to achieve and targets as a club as well. We want to kick on, it’s the start of something here where we can go on and achieve things, and I’m very proud to be a part of that.”