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      Andy Woodman reflects on surpassing 100 games in charge of Bromley – South London News

      ByMonelo Gabriel

      Apr 12, 2023


      Andy woodcutter They are looking to add more positive memories at Bromley before the end of the season, with the 51-year-old South London in charge of their 100th game in Friday’s 1-1 draw with Barnet.

      Woodman joined the Ravens from Arsenal, where he was chief goalkeeper, in March 2021. He has also held positions as goalkeeping coach at Charlton, Crystal Palace, West Ham and Newcastle United.

      He he has won 42 of the 101 games since he replaced Neil Smith at the NL club, drawing 32 and losing 27. The Ravens have averaged 1.56 points per game in his time with the club.

      woodcutter he guided Bromley to the play-off places at the end of the 2020-21 season, recording seven wins, four draws and one loss in the last 13 games. They lost 3-2 to Hartlepool in the play-off quarter-final.

      woodcutterThe first full season of ‘in charge saw the club finish tenth and seven points out of last place in the play-offs. The highlight of the 2021-22 season came in the FA Trophy, beating Wrexham 1-0 at Wembley in the final.

      The Ravens are eighth this season, one place and two points behind Eastleigh, who is in the last play-off position.

      “There have been so many standout moments so far,” Woodman said. “Obviously guiding the club to the play-off was a highlight. Winning a trophy at Wembley was another, against such a good team at Wrexham.

      “I want the club to come back to the play-offs first this season and who knows after that. I have enjoyed my time here and we have to keep pushing forward.”

      woodcutter he has also spoken of his pride in using young players to achieve results and advance to the play-offs in the company of some of the biggest spenders in the league.

      “It’s the way we have to do things,” he said. “We have to cut our cloth accordingly. We have some good young players coming up and we want to play with them. That’s what balances the books.

      “It makes me very proud to see these youngsters progress and play at the level that they are playing at. We’re really not in a bad place in terms of the size of the team with the size of the budget that we’ve had.”

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