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Mr. Jerry Dolke

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Employment History

  • Owner
  • Chairman
    Bromley Academy
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BROMLEY chairman Jerry Dolke ..., 23 June 2015 [cached]
BROMLEY chairman Jerry Dolke was proud that former player Garath McCleary played for Jamaica against Argentina in the Copa America last weekend.
WELCOME: Bromley owner ..., 21 May 2015 [cached]
WELCOME: Bromley owner Jerry Dolke (second left) and manager Mark Goldberg welcome the club's first summer signings Lee Minshull (left) and Max Porter (right).
Meanwhile, when asked whether the club will revert to full-time status to cope with life in the top flight of non-league football, Bromley chairman Jerry Dolke replied: "Let you know next week."
What we have achieved this year ..., 28 June 2007 [cached]
What we have achieved this year is nothing short of remarkable, says Bromley chairman Jerry Dolke
WELCOME: Bromley chairman ..., 29 May 2015 [cached]
WELCOME: Bromley chairman Jerry Dolke welcomes defender Sean Francis (left) to Hayes Lane.
What we have achieved this year ..., 22 April 2015 [cached]
What we have achieved this year is nothing short of remarkable, says Bromley chairman Jerry Dolke Wednesday 22nd April 2015
BROMLEY chairman Jerry Dolke says the club are going to embrace their first campaign sitting at non-league football's top table.
"Well, we're still obviously pretty emotional about everything because when you've been associated with the club for so long, it was pretty much a dream, which is reality and it is real," said Mr Dolke, who ironically was born in 1961.
CONFERENCE BOUND: Bromley chairman Jerry Dolke celebrates winning the Vanarama Conference South title with his family.
"I think it's actually dawning on people just the reality where we're going to play our football next year, which then turns to excitement."
Bromley will make the headlines as they will become the first club in the Vanarama National League to play their home games on a 3G pitch, which will be laid at their iconic 76-year-old Hayes Lane stadium next month.
The club already has two 3G pitches at the back of their stadium and Mr Dolke explained that Bromley will benefit playing on an artificial pitch.
He said: "We want to 3G our stadium pitch.
"As far as we're concerned now, as a football club we've earnt the right this year," said Mr Dolke.
Mr Dolke added: "It's just incredible isn't it?
Mr Dolke said: "Of course we're ready!
Dolke, a striker, suffered heartbreak when the club finished in second place, five points behind promoted champions Yeovil Town in the Vauxhall Opel Premier (Ryman Premier in today's money) back in season 1987-88.
IN SAFE HANDS: Bromley chairman Jerry Dolke wants Bromley to follow in Braintree Town's footsteps and become an established Vanarama National League club.
"When I was a player at Bromley, we pushed Yeovil all the way in a season and they ended up in the Championship and Bromley, bottom of the Ryman Division One," reflected Dolke.
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