Goldberg links up with Father at Bromley again
15:50 23 January 2015
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Forward has departed Victoria Road on loan until the end of the season
Dagenham & Redbridge have sent forward Bradley Goldberg on loan to his former club Bromley, after recalling him from Conference Premier side Bristol Rovers.
The 21-year-old has struggled at Bristol after joining Darrell Clarke’s team on November 20.
He made just one start during his spell, coming off the bench five times, and spent the majority of his two-month stay as an unused substitute.
Although Rovers announced last weekend that the forward had been recalled by Daggers, the club only ended his loan this week.
It has now been announced by Bromley that Goldberg will link up with his former team and father Mark Goldberg, who is manager of the Conference South side.
The forward has signed a deal until the end of the season and will hope to replicate the success he enjoyed at Hayes Lane during the 2013/14 campaign.
Goldberg scored 23 goals in 44 appearances for Bromley last season, but has struggled to earn opportunities under Wayne Burnett this year.
He made his Daggers debut during the opening day of the season defeat at home to Morecambe – coming on in the 76th minute.
Four more cameo appearances followed before his loan to Rovers, which hasn’t proved to be a success.
However Goldberg will hope a move back to Bromley, where he won Conference South player of the season last year, will kick-start his campaign.