Bromley grant permission for Andy Woodman to discuss Gillingham’s managerial vacancy – South London News

Bromley have given permission for Andy Woodman to talk to Gillingham about the Kent club’s managerial vacancy.

The Gills club recently parted company with boss Steve Evans and are deep in relegation danger in League One.

Bromley issued a statement tonight confirming they had received an official approach for Woodman, who succeeded Neil Smith in the role in March.

Bromley owner Robin Stanton-Gleaves said: “I will do my absolute best to retain Andy’s services and I very much wish to keep him at Bromley Football Club. Equally though, I accept the prospect of immediately managing an EFL League One side will be difficult for Andy to refuse.”

The Ravens statement also stated: “Although the club had no intention of wishing to let Andy depart, we have always looked to do the right thing by our staff and players when official approaches have been made and, thus, permission has been granted for both parties to speak.

“Gillingham are fully aware of the terms of Andy’s contract with Bromley Football and the level of compensation required.”


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