Bradley Bubb has departed Ebbsfleet United and has signed for National League South club Wealdstone.
The 29-year-old striker goes straight into Bobby Wilkinson’s squad for their FA Trophy quarter-final at Billericay Town this weekend to play for a place in the last four and a potential trip to Wembley.
The former Farnborough, Aldershot Town and Woking striker signed for the Fleet from Oxford City in the summer of 2016 and went on to play 44 times in total for the Fleet, scoring 16 goals from 18 starts and 26 appearances from the bench. It would doubtless have been many more games but for the achilles injury he sustained last April.
He made his debut in the 2-2 draw at home to Hemel Hempstead Town in August 2016 scoring his first goal for the club in the 7-0 defeat of Havant & Waterlooville. His final appearance for the Fleet came at Tranmere earlier this month but he was restricted to just seven substitute appearances this season after coming back from injury. One of his most memorable goals, as far as Fleet fans will be concerned, was his winner against Dartford on New Year’s Day 2017.
Bubb tweeted this message to Fleet fans, saying: “Just like to say i have enjoyed my time at @EUFCofficial – great club that’s going places. Thank you to the fans for always showing their support through my injury but now it’s time for a new chapter withWealdstone and looking forward to scoring some goals again.”
Everyone at the Fleet would like to wish Bradley all the best at his new club and thank him for tireless efforts, not to mention crucial goals, in helping us to promotion last season.