Bromley’s amazing campaign came to an end after a 4-1 aggregate defeat to Ebbsfleet United.

Although Bromley won the second leg 1-0 on May 3, it wasn’t enough after their trampling 4-0 defeat four days earlier.

It was just too much for the south east club to claw back, which will leave manager Mark Goldberg with a bitter taste in his mouth and thinking what could have been.

It can only get better and after seeing Bromley so high in the league for so long throughout this campaign, but their play-off defeat will surely hurt the fans and staff at the club.

However, despite the play-off struggle, Bromley will use their experience which could prove a great stepping stone for the club next season.

Bromley finished one point behind second place in the league, which might have given them a better chance and possibly an easier tie in the play-offs - but this year it just wasn’t to be.

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