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Bromley boss coy over links to managerial vacancies at AFC Wimbledon and Crawley Town

Andy Woodman is remaining tight lipped over his future after the Bromley manager was linked with the vacant AFC Wimbledon and Crawley Town jobs.
The Sun claimed both clubs want the former Crystal Palace goalkeeper, who rejected overtures from Gillingham earlier this season.
Wimbledon appointed Mark Bowen on a short-term basis after sacking Mark Robinson in the closing weeks of the 2021-22 campaign but the Welshman looks likely to return to Reading in an executive role.
“I’m going to go to both of them,” Woodman joked when asked by the South London Press.
“It’s nice to be linked with these jobs and let’s worry about that at a later date. I’m happy here and we had all the drama of the Gillingham stuff before which showed my loyalty to the people here.
“There’s always going to be a little bit of noise around me with my background being around these Premier League clubs. I can’t really comment anymore on that.”
The Ravens drew 1-1 against Altrincham on Tuesday night at Hayes Lane and have one more league game remaining before they head to Wembley to face Wrexham in the FA Trophy final on May 22.
Woodman added: “We’ve just got to be careful and make sure we get the right minutes into people and then hopefully Monday we have a full group of players to select from, that’s the real key to me.
“No one wants to get injured now, you can see it a mile off, no ones making a tackle, I can’t blame them in that respect. But we’ve just got to get through Sunday and then hopefully we can start properly preparing for the game that seems to have been around us for ages.
“It’s a little bit disappointing of course [not to win tonight], it wouldn’t be natural if I wasn’t disappointed but there’s a bigger picture at the moment as you can see.
“Getting players back on the pitch, getting minutes into people and we showed a little bit more energy tonight and we looked like we were on the same page – as a group of players.
“Of course, I would like a clean sheet, but there’s a bigger picture at the moment.”

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