Cole Kpekawa
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Cole Kpekawa signed for Bromley following his departure from fellow National League side Maidenhead United.
Cole began his career at QPR, and in 2015, he would go on to make his only Premier League appearance, coming on as a late substitute against Leicester City.

The 27-year-old made several championship appearances for the R’s, enjoying loan spells across the EFL, including stints at Colchester United, Portsmouth and Leyton Orient.

His next permanent move would come in 2016 as he would go on to sign for Barnsley before going on a second loan spell with Colchester United; Cole would then swap England for Scotland in 2018, briefly joining St Mirren before signing with National League South side Billericay Town.

In August 2020, Cole would make another move outside of England to the Slovakian side AS Trencin before spells to Chelmsford City and Hemel Hempstead ahead of his move to Maidenhead United.

Last season, the defender made 25 appearances, netting on two occasions, including the game’s only goal in Bromley’s trip to York Road in October.

Cole also has international experience, having represented England at the U-20 level, making his debut against the Czech Republic before clinching three more caps.

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