Flitney began his career with Arsenal before going on to join Fulham, then
Barnet, Grays Athletic, Croydon Athletic and Dover Athletic.
He will be known by Bromley supporters for his long spell at Eastleigh
which began as a loan from Gillingham, where he went on to make over 145
appearances for the Spitfires.
He left Eastleigh earlier this season to join National League South side
Manager Neil Smith said: “It’s great to have Ross on board with all his
experience. It was an easy decision to make with Ross having played at this
level and above as well as having a great reputation and a hunger to stay and
play at the highest level possible.”
Flitney said: “I’m pleased with the move. I have worked with Neil Smith
before and I know about the club’s ambitions so I knew it was the right
decision. Also for me to get back to playing at the highest level possible is
exciting and I look forward to the challenge ahead”.
Flitney`s arrival comes hot on the heels of Alan Julian`s transfer request
being accepted by Bromley.
The keeper was part of Bromley`s history making Conference South-winning
Julian said: “First things first, what a great time I’ve had at Bromley. I
have some brilliant memories, winning the title and celebrating with my son on
the pitch was a real special moment.
“A special thank you to the fans who have welcomed me from day one and have
always been so supportive both home and away. A big thank you to the managers,
coaches and physio department I’ve worked with and of course David always
helping with my silly demands regarding kit.
“Also a special mention to ‘Shims’ my goalkeeping coach who has had a
massive influence on me and please be sure that Bromley have one of the
best goalkeeping coaches I’ve ever worked with”.