Aaron Rowe, 19, is the latest addition to Neil Smith’s National League outfit as Bromley try and go for the Football League in the second half of the season.

The young winger seems to be exactly what fans were looking for at Hayes Lane as it is clear that there has been a lack of creativity since Reeco Hackett-Fairchild left for League One’s Portsmouth in a much deserved transfer. The funds from that will definitely help the club in the long term, but for now Bromley have covered his role with Rowe. It is clear to see that the former Boston United and Leyton Orient player has the potential to make it further up the football pyramid and this was shown when he made two appearances in Huddersfield Town’s 18/19 Premier League campaign, with Rowe managing to start at right wing when the Terriers lost 4-3 away to West Ham. With Rowe staying until Feb 29th, he can potentially shape the season for Bromley.

For Jan Siewert (HTA manager at the time) to start Rowe, he must have been some prospect. Unfortunately though before he could make a further impact, he had a few injury problems that led him to the sidelines and away from first team action just as he had a taste of it. But since then he’s been on a steady recovery and with a one month loan to Boston United in December it seems that he is ready to play football and climb to the top of his game.

Huddersfield gave us another loanee earlier on this season- Edmonds-Green – who seemed decent for this level, so we can only hope that Aaron Rowe shows his flair and potential that got him onto a Premier League First XI last year. As for the rest of the window, not much has gone on other than Mekki going on loan and Hackett-Fairchild making a big move, but this transfer is positive and it is likely that he can fill into Reeco’s boots as we so desperately need him to.

Leo Walton STOGS