Garry Hill has moved to strengthen the centre of midfield with the addition of former Bromley man Frankie Sutherland.
The 25-year-old ex-Republic of Ireland U21 international was a big hit at Hayes Lane in his two seasons with the club, being a key part of the side that made it to Wembley in the FA Trophy Final.
Sutherland began his career as part of QPR’s youth system, also playing in the Football League on loan for Portsmouth, AFC Wimbledon, Dagenham & Redbridge and Crawley Town.
He previously played under Garry Hill and alongside Gozie Ugwu for Woking in 2016/17, ending that campaign with Whitehawk.
After signing for Bromley in the summer of 2017, Sutherland featured 33 times in the league in his first season and a further 41 last year, playing in both wins over the Fleet in 2018/19. He can take set pieces and scored penalties in both games against the Fleet, taking his total to 10 goals last season.
After departing Bromley in the summer, he trialed for Swindon Town alongside Brandon Thomas-Asante.