DUFFUS MAKES SHRIMPS SWITCH
The Non-League Football Paper|August 22, 2021
COURTNEY DUFFUS has thanked Bromley after his short Ravens stint ended when Morecambe forked out to take him to League One.
Freddie George

The 25-year-old forward joined Bromley from Yeovil Town in January, scoring twice on his debut against King’s Lynn Town.

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