Kids to get free entry for Bromley v Swindon Town friendly

Picture by Edmund Boyden

Picture by Edmund Boyden

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Swindon Town will send a full strength side to take on Bromley at Hayes Lane on July 26 – with all U16s allowed in for free.

Mark Cooper’s League One side will include former Bromley keeper Wes Foderingham, as well as Australian midfielder Massimo Luongo, who spent his summer in Brazil as he was part of the Australian World Cup squad.

Foderingham joined Bromley on loan from Fulham towards the end of the 2009/10 season and instantly impressed with his performances.

The keeper was then man-of-the-match in a 0-0 friendly draw with Crystal Palace the following season, with the Eagles signing the former England U19 shot stopper a few days later.

Foderingham came back to the Lillywhites on loan at the start of the 2010/11 season and conceded just three goals in his opening five games, with Bromley winning all five.

He went on to sign for Swindon in 2012 and has established himself as the number one, making 129 appearances for the Wiltshire side.

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