Whilst all things EFL takes centre-stage here at Football League World, we do like to monitor things in the National League and look ahead to which sides could well be joining our coverage next season.
Indeed, there are plenty of former EFL clubs in the fifth tier of English football whilst other sides are looking to break into the Football League for the first time in their history.
Bromley, based in south-east London, are no different and with a first-team coach in the shape of former Millwall captain Alan Dunne they are one of the promotion contenders right now.
His former club, meanwhile, remains on the lookout for a manager after Neil Harris left Bermondsey last week having felt as though he couldn’t take the club much further.
Would the vacancy tempt Dunne, then? That’s something we put to him as we discussed all things Millwall in a collection of interviews for the site but, though eventually, it’s something he’d consider, at the moment he’s focused on just one thing.
Dunne told Football League World exclusively:
“I’m enjoying my time at Bromley at the moment. We’re at the top end of the league and when I arrived at the club my goal was to get them into the Football League and that is still my goal. It’d be huge for the town and the club to get promotion.
“[The Millwall job] is something that down the line I would want to look into because I’ve done my badges and my A-licence and I’m fully qualified to go into that. I know the club but, at the moment, my priorities are to get Bromley into League Two.”