Dartford FC Profiles

Tony Burman
Paul Sawyer
Steve Moseley
Jack Smedley
Jason Long
Anthony Adeyileka


Deren Ibrahim
Elliot Bradbrook
Ryan Hayes
Lee Noble
Danny Harris
Ronnie Vint
Andy Pugh
Tom Bonner
Keaton Wood
Alex Brown
Duane Ofori-Acheampong
Tony Coxall
Tom Murphy
Henry Fulton
Shai Thorley-Porter
Lyle Della-Verde
Temi Eweka
Alfie Cue
John Ufuah
Mark Onyemah
Warren Mfula
Richard Sho-Silva
Alfie Pavey


I have not changed the profile pictures much, so some players/staff may look 10 years younger
than they do in real life :)

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Dartford Team Photo 2017-2018

Dartford Team Photo 2016-2017

Dartford Team Photo 2015-2016

Dartford Team Photo 2014-2015

Dartford Team Photo 2013-2014

Dartford Team Photo 2012-2013

Dartford Team Photo 2010-2011

Dartford Team Photo 2009-2010








Tony Burman - Manager

In 1993 former player Tony (a true Dartford footballing legend having played over 300 games for the club) was appointed Manager of Dartford FC.

He is the longest serving English born manager in the top five divisions of English football for season 2014-2015..

1978/79 Signs for Dartford from Charlton. Dartford manager Graham Carr.
1980/81 Wins Southern Division with Dartford & promotion to Alliance Premier League (now Blue Square Bet Premier), but relegated after one season.
1981/82 50 apps 11 goals (although the 1981-1982 handbook (page 34) says 23 goals)
1982/83 55 apps 21 goals
1983/84 55 apps 25 goals (wins South League Premier with Dartford)
1984/85 51 apps 17 goals (Non League Paper Issue 638 16.6.2012 claims 12 goals)
1985/86 50 apps 18 goals
1986/87 62 apps 23 goals

Non League Paper Issue 638 16.6.2012 states "Leaves for spells with Leytonstone/Ilford (founded 1979), Bromley & Erith. Returns for 1990/91.
Ends career with 488 appearances (45 as sub) & 158 goals for Dartford

Above stats taken from this post on the forum Other stats taken from: Non League Paper Issue 638 16.6.2012

In 1992/93 he was coach for Bob Markin when Dartford went bust.

1993/94 Appointed as player/manager of reformed Dartford in Kent League.

1995/96 wins promotion to Southern League.

In December 1996, Tony was forced to resign due to business commitments.
Tony returned to the club as caretaker manager to be assisted by former captain and player Paul Sawyer in November 2001. With Dartford languishing in the relegation zone, Tommy Sampson, who had played over 200 games for Dartford during the five year period 1975-80, was appointed as the new manager the following month.

In January 2004-2005 season, the club were languishing close to the relegation zone of Division One East, following a number of poor results. After the defeat at Aveley on 22 January, Manager Tommy Sampson left the club. Tony took over on a caretaker basis. Fortunes immediately changed.
The next five games reaped four wins and a draw to ease the threat of relegation, during
which time the Darts kept three clean sheets and won the February 2005 "Safe Hands Award".
He has been manager ever since.

2007/08 Wins Ryman One North League.

2009/10 Wins Ryman Premier League.

2011/12 Promotion to Blue Square Premier as runners up by beating south London side Welling in front of a packed house at Princes Park.

Focus on Burman (dated 2010)

Date of Birth: 3 June 1958



Paul Sawyer - Assistant Manager

Focus Sawyer (Part 1) Focus Sawyer (Part 2) (dated 2010)

Date of Birth: 20 January 1966

 


Steve Moseley




First team coach.









Jack Smedley



Operations Manager. Formerly the washer of the first team kit (well, we no longer have a U21 side, since the days of Henno), so only one set to wash.











Jason Long (Academy Coach)


UEFA B Licensed coach











Anthony Adeyileka

More info


Deren Ibrahim

Managers & Supporters' Player of the Year for Dartford U18's - 2007-2008

Also played in Dartford U21's: Team photo

The FA EON Player of the round 2008-2009

No thanks to this person who called us hackers, cheats & accused us of vote rigging.
We simply emailed people we knew asking them to vote as well.
So thanks mainly to the Western Australian Riders (in Perth) & the soldiers in Afghanistan.

Deren won the award

Deren Presentation 24.9.2008

Kent Senior Cup Winner (with Sittingbourne) 2009-2010
Sittingbourne Young Player of the Year 2009-2010

Dartford Whites Managers’ Player of the Year 2009-2010

Made his first team debut in the FA Cup 1st round qualifying round:
Dartford v Hastings Utd Sat 13 Sep 2008 FT: 3-2 Att 830

In August 2010, Deren went to Malta on a 3 month contract for St Andrews FC.
Scored a goal from his own 18 yard box into the opposition's net (as opposed to his own - obviously!!!)

24.3.2011 Signed dual registration forms with Margate, as Margate keeper Jamie Turner was injured.

21.6.2012 Signed dual registration forms with Maidstone Utd.
So will be their Number 1 goalkeeper & not Dartford's Number 1 benchwarmer.


13.5.2013: Leaves Maidstone Utd.

Made 7 appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season.
Made 6 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season.
Made 0 appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season.
Made 17 appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season.
Made 44 appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season, picked up 2 yellows.
Made 48 appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season, picked up 1 yellow, scored 1 goal.


Re-signed for Dartford for the 2013-2014 season.
Most likely to sign dual registration forms with another club to get more games under his belt
.

Re-signed for Dartford for the 2014-2015 season. Signed dual reg with Tonbridge Angels in October 2014.

Made Dartford's first choice keeper for the 2015-2016 season in July 2015.

Scored a goal against Hungerford (from a free kick in his own half):
Dartford v Hungerford Sat 27 Aug 2016 FT 2-0 Att 813

Selected to play for the Gibraltar squad for the World Cup Qualifiers vs Estonia and Belgium in October 2016.

Played in the Belgium game & conceded the fastest goal in international competitive history in 8.1 seconds
against Christian Benteke. Conceded a further 5 (C Benteke (43, 56), A Witsel (19), D Mertens (51), E Hazard (79)) in
Gibraltar's 6-0 loss played in the Algarve on Monday 10th October 2016.

First Dartford player to gain a full international cap.

Focus on Ibrahim (dated 2010)



Date of Birth: 9 March 1991






Elliot Bradbrook

Elliot Bradbrook joined Dartford on 17 May 2009 from Maidstone United. He had rejoined the Stones in the summer of 2008 after a spell in the USA. Maidstone player of the month August 2008.

As a Junior at Akron (2006) Appeared in all 19 games, making 15 starts. Scored his first goal in the Blue and Gold in an 8-2 win over Bowling Green in the semifinals of the MAC Tournament. Played for Cleveland Internationals in 2006

As a Sophomore (2005 at Ashland) Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletics Conference first-team selection. NSCAA Division II third-team All-American in 2005. First-team all-region with 11 goals, helped lead the Eagles to the GLIAC championship.

As a Freshman (2004 at Ashland) GLIAC Freshman of the Year after recording team-best eight goals. First player in school history to capture freshman award. One of two players to start all 17 games, also a third-team All-Great Lakes Region selection.

At The Leigh City Technology College (now The Leigh Technology Academy) - Named player of the year in 2003. Twice named his school’s sportsman of the year. Team’s top goal scorer in 1997, 1999 and 2002.

His grandfather played for Celtic.

Focus on Bradbrook (dated 2010)
Twinterview (dated 2012)
Q&A with Bradbrook (Mar 2013 - Link no longer working)
Elliot Interview with National League Paper 10 Jan 2016

Has an eye for goal, but has no sense of direction. Recently (Oct 2011) he drove from Dartford to Crayford, hopped on a train and ended up back in Dartford. Doh! Writes the Captain's Notes for the match programme as he is, er, Captain and good at writing.

He works as a Head of Investor Research.

Elliot is a regular contributor of articles, features and comments to the financial press ranging from industry-specific journals and magazines to the FT, Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal. He also actively participates on the conference circuit having attended and spoken at many leading industry events in Europe, the US and Asia. (taken from his linkedin page)

So as well as being able to write, he can also speak, although I'm sure none of the words one hears on the pitch are said at conferences.

Made 34 appearances (plus 1 as sub) for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season, picked up 10 yellows & scored 14 goals.
Is captain for the 2010-2011 season.
Made 48 (plus 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season, picked up 10 yellows & scored 9 goals.
Made 44 (plus 6 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season, picked up 7 yellows & scored 19 goals.
Made 48 (plus 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season, picked up 8 yellows & scored 13 goals.
Made 42 (plus 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season, picked up 7 yellows & scored 10 goals.
Made 48 (plus 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season, picked up 11 yellows & scored 11 goals.
Made 42 (plus 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season, picked up 7 yellows, 1 red & scored 18 goals.
Made 46 (plus 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season, picked up 7 yellows & scored 24 goals.

Scored his 100th & 101st goal for Dartford on 1st October 2016 against Slough Town FC in The Emirates FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round.




Date of Birth: 28 January 1985






Danny Harris

Danny Harris Midfielder/Attacker signed from from Bishops Stortford on 12 October 2009. He made his debut for
Bishops Stortford on 22 December 2007 having previously been at East Thurrock Utd & Cray Wanderers.
He is an Accountant.

Made 30 appearances (and 6 as sub) for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season, picked up 4 yellows & scored 17 goals.
Made 36 appearances (and 11 as sub) for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season, picked up 7 yellows & scored 13 goals.
Made 38 appearances (and 17 as sub) for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season, picked up 2 yellows, 1 red & scored 19 goals.
Made 33 appearances (plus 16 as sub) for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season, picked up 2 yellows & scored 8 goals.
Made 39 appearances (plus 7 as sub) for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season, picked up 4 yellows, 1 red & scored 6 goals.
Made 24 appearances (plus 23 as sub) for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season, picked up 4 yellows & scored 4 goals.
Made 32 appearances (plus 6 as sub) for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season, picked up 4 yellows & scored 5 goals.
Made 40 appearances (plus 6 as sub) for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season, picked up 7 yellows & scored 4 goals.



Date of Birth: 7 July 1986





Ryan Hayes

Ryan Hayes signed for Dartford on 2 April 2005 from Kent League side Slade Green and quickly
established himself as a crowd favourite with his skilful wing play.

Made 25 (and 14 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season. Scored 7 goals & picked up 3 yellows.
Made 40 (and 7 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 12 goals & picked up 6 yellows.
Made 35 (and 20 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 11 goals & picked up 6 yellows.
Made 28 (and 17 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 3 goals & picked up 3 yellows.
Made 43 (and 6 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 7 goals & picked up 4 yellows.
Made 18 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals & picked up 0 yellows.
Made 26 (and 16 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 7 goals & picked up 1 yellow.
Made 34 (and 9 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 3 goals & picked up 2 yellows.
Made 41 (and 9 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 10 goals & picked up 3 yellows.

Made his 300th appearance for this match Dartford v Southport Sat 15 Nov 2014 FT 1-1 Att 1163.

According to this article Ryan has been a player for 10 years. Article dated 26.11.2014, therefore maybe Ryan didn't sign for Dartford on 2 April 2005, but November 2004.


Focus on Hayes (dated 2010) Twinterview (dated 2012)



Date of Birth: 15 July 1985





Lee Noble

Lee Noble commenced his career in the youth teams at Brentwood Town before joining Dartford on 30 May 2008.
A talented midfielder and scorer of many vital goals.

Made 40 (and 5 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season. Scored 7 goals & picked up 13 yellows.
Made 24 (and 17 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 12 goals & picked up 6 yellows.
Made 25 (and 14 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 5 yellows and 1 red.
Made 33 (and 16 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 8 goals & picked up 6 yellows.
His last goal got Dartford promoted to the Blue Square Premier.
Made 29 (plus 16 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 7 goals, picked up 8 yellows and 2 reds.
Made 33 (plus 8 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 5 goals, picked up 6 yellows and 2 reds.
Made 36 (plus 7 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 11 yellows.
Made 26 (plus 5 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 8 yellows.
Made 24 (plus 22 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 5 yellows.



Date of Birth: 1 January 1988









Ronnie Vint



Dartford Academy. Signed for Dartford 1st team on 6th August 2013.

Signed dual registration with Cray Valley in August 2014

Made 1 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 1 appearance for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 yellow.
Made 42 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 5 yellows.
Made 35 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 7 yellows.





















 






Andy Pugh




Signed for Dartford on 28th May 2014. Previously signed for Dartford on a months loan on 9th January 2014 from Cambridge Utd.

Loan extended for a further two months on 11 Feb 2014.
Then 3 days later (14.2.2014) he was recalled by Cambridge Utd.

Made 4 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford (all away) in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 20 (and 11 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 5 goals, picked up 1 red.
Made 32 (and 9 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 14 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 32 (and 12 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 18 goals, picked up 3 yellows.

Date of birth: 28 January 1989





















Tom Bonner

Tom signed for Dartford in August 2010.

Tom started his career in the youth set up at Northampton Town in 2005. He spent a half-season loan at Nuneaton Borough in August 2006, but on his return to Northampton, he was released. He joined Rushden & Diamonds on 9 January 2007, initially on non-contract forms, but was signed until the end of the following season on 31 January.

He went on a one month loan to Bedford Town on 9 February 2007, then on return, went out on loan again on 16 March to Heybridge Swifts, where he played until the end of the season. Although he received the squad number 23 for the 2007/08 season, he was released by mutual consent on 20 August and joined Corby Town.

In January 2008, he signed for Hinckley United of the Conference North. A move to Solihull Moors followed in February 2009, before signing for Conference North side Corby Town on 1 June 2009. He was released by Corby before the season started, moving to Ilkeston Town in early August 2009.

Text above for Bonner taken from: http://www.thediamondsfc.com/page/A-ZofDiamonds/0,,10784~1222897,00.html


Signed for Northampton on 18.10.2005
Signed for Nuneaton on 10.8.2006 from Northampton
Signed for Rushden on 31.1.2007 from Nuneaton (loan Bedford Town)
Signed for Heybridge on 20.3.2007 from Rushden
Signed for Ilkeston on 1.8.2009 from Heybridge

Source:
http://www.soccerbase.com/players_details.sd?playerid=42452
http://www.thediamondsfc.com/page/NewsDetail/0,,10784~1095862,00.html

In August 2006, Tom was called in to the Scotland Under 19 squad for a training camp.


Place of Birth: Lewisham

Focus on Bonner (dated 2010) Twinterview (dated 2012)


Made 55 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 6 yellows.
Made 58 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 5 goals, picked up 3 yellows.
Started in every game in the 2011-2012 season.
Made 54 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 6 yellows & 1 red.
Made 47 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 7 yellows & 2 red.

Left Dartford in April 2013 to play full time for Cambridge Utd.

August 2014: On loan until Jan 2015 with Dover

Left Dover & signed an 18 month contract with Ebbsfleet on 15 January 2015.

Re-joined Dartford in July 2016.




Date of Birth: 6 February 1988





Keaton Wood



Signed for Dartford on 10th March 2016 from Millwall on loan.
Signed for Dartford permanently on 20th June 2016. Source

Made 11 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 1 yellow.
Made 44 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 6 yellows and 1 red.



Date of Birth: 10 May 1995





Tony Coxall



Reserve goalkeeper

Made 0 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season.





Alex Brown



Signed for Dartford on 25th June 2016 from Leatherhead..

Previous clubs: Gillingham, Whistable Town (loan), Corby Town (loan), Maidstone Utd, Leatherhead (loan) & signed to end of 2015-2016 season for Leatherhead.

Made 47 (and 5 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 7 goals, picked up 7 yellows and 1 red.



Date of Birth: 30 September 1992

















Duane Ofori-Acheampong



Signed for Dartford on 2nd August 2016

Previous clubs: Braintree, Harrow Borough, Torquay Utd, Southend, Dover.

Made 39 (and 6 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 11 goals, picked up 10 yellows.

Date of birth: Dec 1st 1992




Tom Murphy



Tom Murphy joined Dartford from Maidstone on 29th December 2016. Previous clubs: Gillingham, Lewes, Thurrock, Farnborough, Horsham, Margate, Dover, Maidstone (Eastborne (loan))

Made 10 (and 12 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 4 goals, picked up 1 yellow.



Date of Birth: 19 December 1991



Henry Fulton



Academy player. Came on as sub at Cray Wanderers v Dartford Wed 5 Oct 2016 FT 1-2 Att 148

Made 0 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.





Shai Thorley-Porter



In 2013 & 2014 he played for Corinthian under 15s.

Academy player. Came on as sub at Dartford v Whitehawk Sat 4 Feb 2017 FT 3-1 Att 875

Made 0 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Date of birth: March 16 1999






Temi Eweka



Academy player, graduated to senior squad July 2017

Date of birth: 22nd July 1999







Alfie Cue



Academy player, graduated to senior squad July 2017

Date of birth: 29th September 1998





John Ufuah



Academy player, graduated to senior squad July 2017

Date of birth: 5th December 1998





Lyle Della-Verde




Lyle Della-Verde signed for Dartford on 26th June 2017
. Photo

Della Verde started his youth career at Tottenham Hotspur and Southend Utd, before signing a professional contract at Fulham in 2012.

He then played League football with Bristol Rovers, Fleetwood Town and Crawley Town before having spells last season (2016-2017) with Welling United and Concord Rangers.



Date of Birth: 9 January 1995










Mark Onyemah





Signed for Dartford on 6th August 2015 from Luton Town on loan.
Played his last game for Dartford on Saturday 19 Mar 2016.

Re-signed for Dartford on 7 July 2017 on a permanent contract.

Previous clubs: Thurrock, Hampton & Richmond. After leaving to go back to Luton, he played for Concord Rangers & Thurrock.


Made 37 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 4 yellows.


Date of birth: 9th April 1996









Warren Mfula

Warren-Hugues Mfula signed for Dartford on 19th July 2017 from Croydon Athletic.
Previous clubs Clapton FC

Job: Accounts Assistant

Date of birth: 4th January 1990







Richard Sho-Silva

Signed for Dartford on 7th August 2017





Alfie Pavey

Signed for Dartford on 14 August 2017 from Welling where he made 2 appearances.
He had been released by Millwall during the summer & had appeared in the first team whilst there. His previous club was Maidstone. Whilst at Millwall, he was loaned out to several clubs: Barnet, Aldershot, Bromley, Hampton & Richmond & us.

He came to Dartford on loan in March 2017 until season end. Made 2 appearances & 7 as sub & scored 2 league goals, both were 4-0 wins.

Date of birth: 2nd October 1995

 


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Loans 2016-2017

Bailey Vose



Loan from Brighton & Hove Albion 5th October 2016

Made 3 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Date of birth: May 11 1998





Joe Taylor (GK)

Joe Taylor loan Brighton & Hove 5th Oct 2016

Played 1 match for Dartford: Truro City v Dartford Sat 8th Oct 2016 FT 0-5

Left & joined Braintree Town 21st Oct 2016




Billy Collings (GK) 1 month loan from Brighton 21 Mar 2017



Made 2 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season.




Alfie Pavey loan from Millwall 9 Mar 2017

Made 2 (and 7 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

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Left 2016-2017

Michael Habte

Academy player. Came on as sub at Wealdstone v Dartford Sat 28 Jan 2017 FT 0-4 Att 811

Made 0 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.


Richard Seixas




On dual registation with Leatherhead 20 September 2016.

Made 1 (and 5 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows






Dajon Golding




From the Dart's Academy.

Made his debut as sub in the Kent Senior Cup against Welling on Mon 19 Oct 2015 FT 3-1 Att 309 & scored the 3rd goal in the 90th minute.

Player interview

Made 0 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 0 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.





Luke Wanadio



Signed for Dartford on 28th July 2016. He is 23 years old (as at July 2016)

Previous clubs: Dulwich Hamlet, Staines Town, Welling.

Made 49 (and 4 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 13 goals, picked up 4 yellows.

Left the club on 25th May 2017 as he wanted to play in a higher league & become a full time player & signed for Bromley on the same day.



Ben Francis




From the Dart's Academy.

Made his debut as sub in the Vanarama National League South on Sat 19 Sep 2015 against Truro City.

Player interview

Made 1 (and 10 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 2 yellows.
Made 1 (and 10 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Month loan to Leatherhead on 20 September 2016.

Left Dartford FC in May 2017.




Becka-Kah Dembele



AKA Kaka Dembele. Joined Dartford Academy on 1st December 2010.
Previous clubs Leyton Orient & Gillingham.
Played 3 times as sub for the Dartford 1st team in season 2013-2014, against Barnet, Lincoln & Nuneaton

Featured (speaking role) in the 2014 Nike advert with CR7 at around 1 minute 2 seconds: Video Report

A two footed player, can play as a winger or as a centre forward. Has a ferocious shot

Made 0 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 0 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 9 (and 17 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 2 yellows.
Made 1 (and 10 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Signed dual registration with Leatherhead in August 2014. Two month loan to VCD 5 September 2016.

Left Dartford FC in May 2017 & signed for Welling Utd on 24th May 2017










Tom Wynter



Signed from Dover on 25 September 2015

Wynter joined Gillingham's youth system at under-15 level, and signed as a professional at the beginning of the 2008–09 season. After loan spells at Ramsgate and Dover Athletic, he made his league debut for Gillingham on 26 December 2009. Wynter rejoined former club Dover Athletic on a two-year deal in August 2010 and left in September 2015.

Made 31 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 4 yellows.
Made 46 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 3 yellows & 1 red.

Left the club to join Margate in May 2017



Date of birth: 20 June 1990



Ellis Brown



Signed for Dartford on 28th July 2016. He is 20 years old (as at July 2016). Left January 2017.

Previous clubs: Tooting & Mitcham United, Kingstonian, East Thurrock United, Hampton & Richmond Borough, Dulwich Hamlet, (also, see below)

As per the official web site "Ellis was with Charlton and Southend as a full time pro and was also with Tonbridge Angels last season. Ellis, lives in Dartford came in for a trial in pre season and has impressed Tony and the coaching staff."

Made 6 (and 15 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 cards.





Tom Gardiner



Signed for Dartford on 30th June 2015.
Left January 2017 as he was on a 6 month contract & travelling was too much.
Joined St Albans the same month on a 18 month contract.

Previous clubs: Tottenham Hotspur (youth), Hibernian (June 2013), Cambridge City (23 Feb 2015), Exeter City (trial March 2015).

Made 44 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 red.

Made 28 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2016-2017 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 yellow.



Date of birth: 14 March 1995

 

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Loans 2015-2016

Mark Onyemah




Signed for Dartford on 6th August 2015 from Luton Town on loan

Previous clubs: Thurrock, Hampton & Richmond.


Made 37 (and 0 as sub) appearance for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 4 yellows.


Date of birth: 9th April 1996



Keaton Wood


Signed for Dartford on 10th March 2016 from Millwall on loan.

Made 11 (and 0 as sub) appearance for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 1 yellow.



Nathan Ferguson

Signed for Dartford on 24th March 2016 from Burton Albion on loan.


Made 7 (and 0 as sub) appearance for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 0 yellows.

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2015-2016

Marvin Hamilton




Signed for Dartford on 6th August 2015 & left September 2015.

Previous clubs: Waltham Forest, Ridgeway Rovers, Gillingham, Folkestone Invicta (loan),
Dover Athletic (loan), APEP Pitsilia, Hemel Hempstead Town, Eastbourne Borough, Albany Creek Excelsior, Eastbourne Borough and Whitehawk


On the 30 September Hamilton re-signed for Eastbourne Borough for the third time from former club VCD Athletic .

Made 0 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season.

Date of birth: 8 October 1988





Ebou Adams


Dartford Academy player. Centre forward. Joined 1st November 2012

Previous club: Orpington FC

Signed for Walton Casuals on 15th September 2014. Not too sure if this was dual registration.

Made 0 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals.
Made 1 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 red.
Made 16 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 5 yellows.

Joined Norwich City on 1st Feb 2016. On loan to Shrewsbury Town from June 2017 to January 2018.





Tom Bradbrook



Signed for Dartford on 16th May 2014 from Leatherhead. Brother of Elliot Bradbrook.

Director for an insurance broker in London & he specialises in political violence insurance.

Made 32 appearances for Dartford in the 2007-2008 season. Scored 6 goals.

Made 23 (and 13 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 7 goals, picked up 4 yellows.
Made 27 (and 8 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 11 goals, picked up 4 yellows and 1 red.

Tom Bradbrook was unable to fully commit his time to Dartford FC due to work commitments & so left the club in May 2016. Signed for Welling Utd on 24th May 2017.

Bio





Date of birth: 17 May 1987



George Sykes



Signed for Dartford on 5th June 2015.

Previous clubs: Barnet, Bishop's Stortford (loan), Farnborough (loan), St Albans City (loan), Bishop's Stortford (loan), Canvey Island (loan)

Made 9 (and 20 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 1 yellow.

Left in May 2016 as he was not offered a new deal by the club.



Date of birth: 14 September 1994




 




Jack Simmons



Signed for Dartford on 17th June 2015 from Canvey Island.

Previous clubs: Colchester Utd, Leiston, Canvey Island.

Supporters player of the year 2014-2015 at Canvey Island.

A week in the life


Made 18 (and 11 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 2 yellows.

Left in May 2016 as he was not offered a new deal by the club.

Date of birth: 25 November 1994





Barry Cogan



Signed for Dartford on 21st July 2015.

Previous clubs: Millwall, Barnet, Gillingham, Grays Athletic, Crawley Town, Dover

Made 17 (and 14 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 1 yellow.

Left in May 2016 as he was not offered a new deal by the club.



Date of birth: 4 November 1984

 

 

 

Jamie Turner


Signed for Dartford on 1st July 2015 on a free.

Previous clubs: Welling, Tonbridge, Ebbsfleet.

Made 0 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season.

Date of birth 20 Jan 1980

Can only assume he's retired or something (comment added May 2016).




Lee Burns

Lee signed for Dartford on 11 June 2009 from Braintree. Left Dartford on 28th March 2015 to work
overseas for 6 months. Re-signed for Dartford 8th May 2015.

Lee can play in a variety of positions and is a valuable addition to Dartford squad.

Playing Record
2001 - Bassendean Caledonian (WA Div 1) (Perth, Australia)
2002 - Sorrento FC (WAPL) (Perth, Australia)
2003 - 2007 - East Thurrock United
2007 - 2009 - Braintree (Free contract)

Club Honours in Australia
2002 - Sorrento Best and Fairest Winner

Made 39 (and 4 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 23 goals & picked up 2 yellows & 1 red.
Made 40 (and 6 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 2 yellows and 1 red.
Made 34 (and 11 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 4 goals & picked up 2 yellows.
Made 53 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 2 goals & picked up 4 yellows.
Made 51 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 3 goals & picked up 1 yellow.
Made 23 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 5 yellows.
Made 12 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 3 yellows and 1 red.

Decided not to sign a new contract but go to East Thurrock Utd on 25th May 2016


Date of Birth: 17 July 1982


Danny Fitzsimons


Signed for Dartford on 30th June 2015 from Luton Town.

Previous clubs: Millwall, QPR, Histon, Yeovil, Luton, Bishops Stortford (3 month loan Aug 2014), Brackley

Has also represented the Republic of Ireland at Under-18 level. Injured in pre-season (knee). Sadly may be out for a year.

Made 0 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season.

Signed for Margate in June 2016. Source

Date of birth: 5 May 1992

Callum McNaughton



Signed for Dartford on 5th June 2015. Signed for Hampton & Richmond on 29th June 2016.

Previous clubs: West Ham United, Bishop's Stortford (loan), AFC Wimbledon (loan), AFC Wimbledon, Kingstonian (loan), Kingstonian, Bishop's Stortford, Welling United, Thamesmead Town, Maldon & Tiptree, Bromley

Made 31 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 2 yellows.


Date of birth: 25 October 1991


Tony Kessell

Tony Kessell – Originally joined from Hastings in August 2001 where he had made 155 appearances. Also made 192 apps for Folkestone Invicta in a four year spell with them.
He started his career at Charlton on a YTS.

Made 8 appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season.
Made 3 appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season.
Made 0 appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season.

Focus on Kessell (dated 2010)

Loan to Cray Wanderers 12.2.2010. Signed for Chatham Town in August 2011. Re-joined Dartford on 13 June 2014 as Goalkeeping Coach. Stepped down from this position for the 2016-2017 season.



Date of Birth: 4 October 1979




Paul Lorraine


Signed for Dartford on 7th June 2014 from Ebbsfleet & left without kicking a ball, on the
23rd June 2014 as he could not play in the Skrill Premier as work and personal commitments got in the way.


Re-signed for Dartford on 22nd March 2016.

Previous clubs Braintree, AFC Wimbledon, Woking

Made 1 (and 2 as sub) appearance for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Signed for Cray Wanderers on 27th July 2016 as Player Assistant Manager. Source

Date of birth: 12 October 1983





Dean Gardikiotis

Came in to replace the injured Deren Ibrahim in April 2016.

Made 4 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2015-2016 season. Picked up 0 yellows. Let in 7 goals.

Did not feature in any pre-season (Summer 2016) friendlies, so assuming he has left.

Date of birth: 9 September 1994


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2014-2015

Adam Green



Defender, signed for Dartford on 7 June 2011. Left Dartford in May 2013 to join Basingstoke.
Rejoined Dartford in May 2014

Career stats:

Debut for Fulham on 23 Sep 2003. Made 12 (and 0 as sub) appearances. Scored 0 goals, picked up 4 yellows.
Debut for Sheffield Wednesday on 29 Jan 2005. Made 3 (and 0 as sub) appearances. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Debut for Bournemouth on 12 Mar 2005. Made 3 (and 0 as sub) appearances. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 yellow.
Debut for Fulham on 21 Sep 2005. Made 1 (and 1 as sub) appearances. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Debut for Bristol City on 11 Feb 2006. Made 12 (and 0 as sub) appearances. Scored 0 goals, picked up 4 yellows.
Debut for Grays Athletic on 12 Aug 2006. Made 16 (and 1 as sub) appearances. Scored 2 goals, picked up 1 yellow.
Debut for Woking on 20 Jan 2007. Made 18 (and 4 as sub) appearances. Scored 0 goals, picked up 4 yellows and 1 red.
Debut for Team Bath on 10 Nov 2007. Made 1 (and 0 as sub) appearances. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 yellow.
Debut for Woking on 17 Nov 2007. Made 19 (and 0 as sub) appearances. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 yellow.
Debut for Hayes & Yeading on 8 Aug 2009. Made 67 (and 1 as sub) appearances. Scored 3 goals, picked up 11 yellows.

Total appearances 141 (+ 7 as sub); Goals 5; Yellow cards 24; Red cards 1

Stats taken from: http://www.hayesandyeadingunited-mad.co.uk/hayes__yeading_united/player/career/adam_green_16824/index.shtml (link not working anymore)

Wikipedia page Twinterview (July 2012)

Place of birth: Hillingdon

Job: Telecommunications Engineer

Made 56 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 7 goals, picked up 8 yellows.
Made 19 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 6 yellows.
Made 11 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 4 yellows.

Month loan to Kingstonian 26.12.2012.
Month loan to Leatherhead 15.10.2014

After mutual consent, Adam had his contract terminated on 19th January 2015.
Signed for Leatherhead on 24th January 2015 on a 2 year deal. Source



Date of birth: 12 January 1984

 

 

 

Tom Bender



Signed for Dartford on 26th September 2014 on a free transfer. Source

Previous clubs Colchester Utd, Accrington Stanley (loan), Chelmsford City (loan), Millwall, Welling (loan).

Welsh international.

Made 18 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 4 yellows.

Left Dartford on 4th January 2015 Source.
Signed for Forest Green Rovers in January 2015 Source





Date of birth: 19 January 1993

 

 

 

Mat Mitchel-King



Signed for Dartford on 8th August 2013

Started his career at Cambridge City (2001-2002), joined Mildenhall Town (2002-2005), joined Histon (2005-2009).
While at Histon, Mitchel-King was a part time body double of Rio Ferdinand for the Nike adverts.
Joined Crewe Alexandra (2009-2011), joined AFC Wimbledon (2011-2013).

Released by AFC Wimbledon on 14th May 2013

Made 37 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 3 yellows.
Made 33 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 2 yellows.

Left the club on 29th January 2015. As per: http://www.dartfordfconline.com/site/?q=news/3311

"Mat Mitchel-King has left the club by mutual consent. Tony has said "Mat was out of contract and had some longer term work commitments and will be joining another club in due course nearer to his place of work and home. I would like to say that I am really sorry to see Mat go as I have enjoyed having him around and working with him. I would like to wish him all the very best for the future."



Date of birth 12 September 1983

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Max Cornhill



Signed for Dartford from Chelmsford City on 20 May 2013.

Previous clubs: Romford FC (2005-2006) & East Thurrock (2006-2007)

Known as the Gok Wan of Chelmsford as he designs clothes for men & boys. Works for a family run business called Members Only Clothing Company Source

Supports Arsenal


Made 29 (and 7 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 7 goals, picked up 1 yellow.
Made 21 (and 9 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Left Dartford on 6th March 2015 as he wanted regular first team football and asked for his contract to be terminated & joined East Thurrock the same day.
Joined Concord Rangers on 12 June 2015. He has an eye for design & a nose for smelling the sewage (allegedly).



Date of birth: 28 June 1987

 

 

 

 

 

Jason Brown



Signed for Dartford on 23rd June 2014. Left Dartford by mutual consent on 28th April 2015 Source

Retired from football on 6th July 2015 after becoming Gillingham's new goalkeeper coach.

Previous clubs: Charlton Athletic, Gillingham, Blackburn Rovers. Leeds Utd, Leyton Orient, Cardiff City,
Aberdeen, Ipswich Town, Cambridge Utd, Sutton Utd. Played for Wales.


Made 36 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Picked up 1 yellow.



Date of birth: 18 May 1982

 

 

 

 

Luke Daley



Signed for Dartford on 25 July 2014. Source Source2

Previous clubs: Norwich City, Steveange (loan), Plymouth Argyle, Lincoln City, Braintree Town.


Made 22 (and 15 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 1 goal.

Released by Dartford 5 May 2015 Source


Date of birth: 10 November 1989






Dave Phillips




Team physio. Mender of players.

Frequents Asda in Greenhithe & Bluewater.

Retired April 2015


Callum Driver



Signed for Dartford on 11th November 2014 on a free transfer. Source
Left Dartford on 23 May 2015 to join Maidstone as he couldn't handle the pay cut & other things.

Previous clubs: West Ham, Burton Albion (loan), Whitehawk

Signed his first professional contract with West Ham United on 8 July 2011.

Scored his maiden Football League goal for West Ham in a 3-2 npower League Two defeat at Crewe Alexandra on 14 February 2012.

Made 23 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 3 yellows.



Date of birth: 23 October 1992













Nathan Collier



Signed for Dartford in July 2012 from Hampton & Richmond & left in May 2015.
Joined Eastbourne Borough on 26 May 2015. Signed for Hampton & Richmond on 29th June 2016.

The DFC v Hampton & Richmond matchday programme from Sat 20th August 2011 (in which Jacob Erskine was also playing for H&R) said:

"26 year old midfielder who can also operate as a right back.

Made the step up from the reserves in 2009 and has now made over 50 appearances for the Beavers scoring twice.

Quick going forward, Nathan re-signed for the coming season in July 2011"

Made 12 (and 28 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 6 goals, picked up 1 yellow.
Made 28 (and 15 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 27 (and 5 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 3 yellows & 1 red.




Date of birth: 6 June 1986

 

 

 

 

 

Nathan Green

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Left footed Nathan signed for Dartford until the end of the season on 3rd Jan 2015 from Dagenham & Redbridge.
Joined Margate in June 2015

Previous clubs: Croydon Athletic, Chipstead (loan), Lewes, Bromley, Billericay Town, Kingstonian (loan), Tonbridge Angels, Dagenham & Redbridge, St Albans (loan).

Made 14 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 1 yellow.

Date of birth: 8 June 1992








Harry Crawford



Joined Dartford on 9th August 2012 and again on 29 July 2014. Released by Dartford in May 2015 as his
contract had expired. Signed for Boreham Wood in August 2015 for one month.

As per: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Crawford_%28footballer%29

"Crawford made his debut on 23 March 2010 for Southend United in their 3–0 home win over Walsall in League One, replacing Scott Spencer in the 82nd minute as a substitute. He got his first assist on the 24 April 2010, away to Oldham Athletic when he crossed the ball to Jean-Yves Mvoto who scored with a header. He was given his first start on 1 May against Stockport County where he netted his first goal in professional football, the equaliser in the 75th minute.

Dover Athletic signed Crawford on an initial one-month loan on 26 August. Manager Martin Hayes said; "Harry has good pedigree. Southend have a good track record of producing good young players and this lad is highly thought of at Roots Hall."

In April 2010, Crawford was called to the Republic of Ireland under-18 squad for the for a friendly game against Macedonia.

On 18 March 2011, Crawford scored his second and third goals for Southend in a 4–0 victory in a League Two match against Hereford United.

On 18 May 2012, Crawford was one of eleven players to be released at the end of their contract"

Joined Barnet on 24 January 2013 on a free transfer as he had not signed at contract at Dartford. He signed a 3 year contract with Barnet.

Joined Dartford on a months' loan on 15 February 2013

Barnet relegated to the Conference on 27.4.2013. Any chance of a loan? Oh, hold on....

Signed for Dartford on 29 July 2014

Made 23 (and 10 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 16 goals, picked up 2 yellows and 1 red.
Made 32 (and 13 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 10 goals, picked up 4 yellows.




Date of birth: 10 Dec 1991














Peter Sweeney

Signed for Dartford on 6 August 2014. Source Source2 & joined Greenwich Borough on 12th June 2015.

Previous clubs: Millwall, Stoke City, Yeovil Town (loan), Walsall (loan), Leeds Utd, Grimsby Town,
Bury, AFC Wimbledon.

Made 35 (and 7 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 4 yellows.

Date of birth: 25 September 1984











Rory McAuley



Signed for Dartford on a months loan on 8th January 2014 from Cambridge Utd. Loan then extended to end of season. Signed for Dartford 1st July 2014.
Signed for Chelmsford City 14th July 2015 Source

Rory McAuley spent two years with Cambridge City after leaving Norwich's academy at the age of 14 where he played in central midfield.

He joined Cambridge United's centre of excellence in the summer of 2006. He performed consistently well over the two years of his scholarship and earned himself a third season.
He has played in both the Cambridge United's youth team and for Cambridge Regional College in the Ridgeons League.

He can play as either right back or central midfield. He made his debut for the Cambridge United first team
on 2nd September 2008 at Ebbsfleet. Source

Made 18 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 0 yellow.
Made 52 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 8 yellows.

Date of birth: 16th October 1989





Femi Akinwande




Dartford Academy player. Centre forward. Previous club Millwall. Played for Fisher FC, Colchester Utd,
Bishops Stortford (loan). Currently (Feb 2017) plays for Maldon & Tiptree. Source

Made 0 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season.












Bode Anidugbe




Dartford Academy player. Midfielder. Previous clubs: Bridon Ropes FC, Charlton Athletic FC

Signed a first team contract for 2014-2015 but played 0 games.

Signed for Walton Casuals on 15th September 2014, but seeing as he was a named sub for Dartford v Forest Green Rovers on 20th September 2014, it must have been a dual registration.

Made 0 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season.








Kieran Scantlebury




Dartford Academy player.


Signed a first team contract for 2014-2015 but played 0 games.

Signed for Walton Casuals on 15th September 2014. Not too sure if this is a dual registration.
Plays for Fisher FC.

Made 0 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season.



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Loans 2014-2015

Jordan Chiedozie

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Signed for Dartford on 26.3.2015 on a end of season loan from Cambridge Utd.
Previous clubs: Bournemouth, Dorchester Town (loan), Totton (loan), Poole Town, Concord Rangers

Made 4 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 1 yellow.





Date of birth 1 August 1994







Jamie Richards



Signed from Plymouth on loan on 29.1.2015 until the end of the season.


Made 16 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 2 yellows.




Date of birth: 24 June 1994










Christian Doidge

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Signed for Dartford on a months loan from Dagenham & Redbridge on 16 January 2015

Focus on Christian

Made 8 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 yellow.




Date of birth: 25 August 1992






Tom Dallison

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Tom Dallison (Thomas Albert Dallison-Lisbon) joined Dartford on a months loan on 13th February 2015
from Brighton & Hove Albion. He had signed a two year deal from Arsenal to Brighton in October 2013.
Previous club West Ham. He was born in Dagenham.


Made 12 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 3 yellows.

Date of birth: February 2nd 1996














Bradley Tarbuck



Signed from Portsmouth on a month's loan on 27.11.2014

Currently (30.1.2015) on a months loan at Dorchester

Made 0 (and 4 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2014-2015 season. Scored 0 goals.




Date of birth: 6 November 1995

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2013-2014



Uche Ibemere

Signed for Dartford on 6th August 2013,

Known as "Dave" on the terraces as it's easier to pronounce.

Made 3 (and 11 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goals picked up 0 yellows.

No squad number for the 2014-2015 season




Mohamed Eisa



Signed for Dartford on 6th August 2013, although he made 1 appearance as sub at:
Alfreton v Dartford Sat 5 Jan 2013

Made 2 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

No squad number for the 2014-2015 season. Currently (Jan 2015) playing for VCD Athletic & Corinthian.


 

George Monger



Started playing Kent youth league football at Chatham Town and then moved on to Ebbsfleet United.

Joined the Dartford Academy at 16, playing for the Dartford Reds in the 2010-2011 season.

Moved to the Dartford Whites in the 2011-2012 season.

In his last year of the Dartford Academy, he was made captain (Season 2012-2013)

First played in the first team, in the 2011-2012 pre-season friendly against Southend on 11th July 2011.

Made first team debut against Faversham Town in the KSC on 18th September 2012.

Made 0 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 3 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 0 yellows.

No squad number for the 2014-2015 season. Currently playing for Faversham Town.



Date of birth 2 June 1994






Jay Porter



Jay started his football career at the Charlton Advance Centre from 2002-2007

Played for Dartford District U11
Played for Dartford age 11-14
Played for Kent U18
Joined Dartford Academy aged 16
Played for Dartford Reds in 2010-2011
Played for Dartford Whites in 2011-2012 and again in 2012-2013

Can play left back or left midfield.

First played in the first team in the 2012-2013 pre-season friendly against Thamesmead on 14th July 2012,
where he came on as sub replacing Elliot Bradbrook.

Made first team debut against Faversham Town in the KSC on 18th September 2012.

Made 1 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 0 goals.
Made 3 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals.

8th August 2013: On loan to Thamesmead Town

No squad number for the 2014-2015 season




Date of birth 8 Feb 1994









Tom Wellham



Signed for Dartford on 8th August 2013

18 year old goalkeeper

Made 1 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

No squad number for the 2014-2015 season








Ishmail Kamara



Signed for Dartford from Barnet on 20th December 2013. Source

Wikipedia

Made 1 (and 5 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Date of birth 29 October 1987

No squad number for the 2014-2015 season







Mikel Suarez
Signed for Dartford on 31 January 2014 from Tonbridge Angels.

Previous clubs Loughborough University, Quorn FC, Boston United, Worksop Town.

Date of birth: 28 September 1986 (born in Bilbao, Spain)

Made 7 (and 5 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 0 yellows.

No squad number for the 2014-2015 season. Joined Bishop's Stortford in August 2014
















Alex Woodyard



Signed for Dartford on 8th August 2013. Left Dartford 20th June 2014 to join Concord Rangers.

20 year old midfielder, had been with Southend Utd since he was 16. He made 15 appearances
for the first team (12 of those in the 2012-2013 season).
On 18th March 2013 spent a month at Braintree on loan.
Was released by Southend Utd on 30 April 2013.

Wikipedia

Made 30 (and 11 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 4 yellows.



Date of birth 3 May 1993




Tyrone Sterling



Signed for Dartford from Dover on 7 June 2013.

As per: http://nonleague.pitchero.com/news/sterling-move-to-darts-22991/

"Sterling signed for Conference South side Dover Athletic in January 2013 from Ryman Premier side Cray Wanderers.

Sterling had been on trial with Dagenham & Redbridge after seven years at Cray before signing for the Whites.

He runs the Cray Wanderers Community Scheme that was founded in 2009 as part of the national `Football 4 Everyone` programme.

Able to play in defence and midfield, Sterling was Chris Kinnear's first signing in the manager's second stint in charge at Crabble."

Made 33 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 0 yellows.

Left Dartford in May 2014 after failing to agree new terms. Re-joined Dover Friday 13th June 2014. Signed for Bromley on 24th May 2017.



Date of birth: 8 Oct 1987






Kenny Clark


Signed for Dartford from Chelmsford City on 20 May 2013.
Left Dartford in May 2014 after failing to agree new terms.
Joined Ebbsfleet in the Skrill South in June 2014 Source before Dartford got a reprieve back to
the Skill Conference.

Bio

Made 32 (and 4 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 6 yellows.

Date of birth: 12 August 1988




John Macrae - Goalkeeping Coach




Left Dartford in May 2014 after 9 years to find a new venture.

The John Macrae Interview courtesy of http://custardsdfcarticles.normblogs.com/ (link no longer working), text below:

Not often does my pulse race, but when told by my Editor that John Macrae, Dartford's legendary goalkeeping coach had finally consented to an exclusive interview, I was staggered. Within hours I was on the first plane out of Havana to meet this goalkeeping guru hoping to get an insight into what makes him tick.

Macrae is an enigma. He is the man behind the man behind the back four. He is rugged, handsome, adored by women and revered by men. The man is a colossus and yet modest at the same time, very rarely mentioning his role within the club or that he was once crowned as the 1987 World Indoor Shirt Champion in Copenhagen.

The interview took place in John's beautiful penthouse suite overlooking leafy Lewisham.

Q) How did you get into Goalkeeping and who was you biggest influence?

JM) At the age of nine I was picked for my school team and gave away five penalties in six games, so I was put in goal. After that forever! My biggest influences were my Mum and Dad. Dad was a non-league keeper but unfortunately died when I was very young. Player wise Lev Yashin and Jack Kelsey (Arsenal and Wales).

Q) How has the art goalkeeping changed during your career?

JM) It has changed in so many ways. For instance when I started we had the four step and bounce around the area rule, now it's just the six seconds in possession. The back pass rule (I hate it). The balls are different, the gloves you must wear now to save shots are different, it's all changed.

Q) How do you rate the set up at Princes Park?

JM) Can any non-league club beat it?

Q) We recently saw Tony Kessell depart Princes Park. How difficult is that to deal with as a coach, and how do you try to motivate a player when their confidence starts to slip?

JM) At the end of the day I am the clubs goalkeeping coach so really it's the maxim "The King is dead, long live the King" But I am still in touch with Tony and Kevin Hudson because a bond does develop. As to motivating players? Well, being a mature person with 50 years of life and goalkeeping experience is something I can really draw on because the mistakes and errors they make I've made myself during my own career. So I do know how they feel and I can help them (I hope) to come out of it and feel good again about their performances.

Q) You recently attended a training camp in Italy. What was it like?

JM) Fantastic! Great weather, facilities and company. I felt like a pro for a fortnight.

Q) Is it true that you are a devotee of the music of Chas 'n' Dave?

JM) No! Ian Dury and the Blockheads

Q) You managed to drop the Ryman League North Trophy last season. As a goalkeeping coach do you think this gives out the wrong message?

JM) Did anyone notice?*

* At this point in the interview things go a bit awry. I present Macrae with photographic evidence of him dropping the trophy last season and his security detail goes ballistic. For a while it looks like the interview is all but over. But Macrae, ever the gentlemen calms things down and allows it to continue. However, Hector, MacRae’s personal head of security is not happy and glares at me during the rest of the afternoon with a malevolence that leaves one feeling rather uneasy.

Q) This isn't an isolated event though is it? you've done it as a player as well!

JM) Correct (deep sigh). 1979 Spartan League Champions with Catford Utd, but it was 10pm in a bar in Lewisham. Caused £50 worth of damage though.

Q) Tell us about Keeper Wars, how it started, its aims and how you see it developing?

JM) Next year (2009) will be the 3rd UK Keeper Wars at Dartford and we have Peter Bonetti coming. The Kent FA have said that they would like to come on board and run a women's and children's competition on the Saturday with the men's event held on the Sunday. But will it rain????

Q) Have you started to groom your successor yet?

JM) Yes is the answer. And these are the three who would follow me. Craig Clarke who helps me with Keeper Wars and has just become Chatham's goalkeeping coach. Lee Heywood who coaches at Holmesdale, that's two, and also Tony Kessell who is going to do his 1st keeper badge this summer. Hopefully I can leave a legacy.

Q) Lastly, describe yourself in five words.

JM) Gregarious, Enthusiastic, Loyal, Honest, Hard working... hold on, that's six!

I left Macrae as I had found him, studying the Ikea catalogue, a glass of Chablis in one hand and the phone in the other discussing another possible candidate to join his ever growing college of young hopeful keepers. You can rest assured that Dartford’s goal is in safe hands with this man. What a guy!

John Macrae was interviewed by Carlos Mondragon - February 2008

Rumour has it that he will have a knee operation on 19th May 2014 & then onto pastures new.

Focus on Macrae (dated 2010)

Date of Birth: 18 February 1952






Alan Julian

Signed for Dartford from Newport Country on 21 May 2013. Left Dartford 12 May 2014 to play for Sutton Utd in the Skrill South as it was closer to home
& they train during the day & not in the evenings. Signed for Bromley in Jan 2015

Wikipedia

Made 45 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 5 yellows.

Date of birth: 11 March 1983

 




Ben Swallow

Signed for Dartford on 20th January 2014 from Bromley, for whom he was playing after being released by Newport County.
Left Dartford in May 2014 as he lives in Cardiff & it was a long trek to the club & back.

He previously played for Bristol Rovers, Taunton Town, Bridgwater Town, Chippenham Town, Mangotsfield United, Bath City, York City Newport County and Bromley.

Made 4 (and 7 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Joined Havant & Waterlooville before their opening pre-season campaign started in 2014-2015. Havant is 32 miles closer to Cardiff than Dartford, but a 314 mile round trip is
still quite a trek.


Date of birth 20 October 1989

 



Matt Fry



Signed for Dartford from Concord Rangers on 17 June 2013. Contract cancelled by mutual consent 2nd Jan 2014. He re-joined Concord Rangers for the remainder of the season & signed for Chelmsford City on 16 August 2014

Started out with the Gravesend & Northfleet youth team. Joined West Ham's youth team
in 2001, aged 11. Signed his first professional contract in June 2009. Loaned to
Gillingham & Charlton in that time. Joined Bradford City in Feb 2012 on a free transfer.
Released by Bradford on 1 July 2012. Made his debut for Concord Rangers on 26 Jan 2013 & made 15
appearances for them.

Wikipedia


Made 18 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 5 yellows.



Date of birth: 26 Sept 1990




Jason Prior



Signed for Dartford on 15 July 2013, Was released by AFC Wimbledon in May 2013.

Prior joined Wimbledon in January 2012 from Ryman League outfit, Bognor Regis Town, where he had scored 95 goals in 126 appearances (2006-2009). Prior (no pun intended) to that, he was at Moneyfields (2006-2009) 43 goals in 112 appearances. & AFC Newbury (2005-2006) 1 goal in 28 appearances.

He suffered tendon damage whilst at AFC Wimbledon and then after rejoining the team, a broken leg.

Made 5 (and 4 as sub) loan appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 1 yellow.
Made 7 (and 8 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 1 yellow.

Joined Gosport Borough (he lives in Portsmouth) for the remainder of the season on 19 February 2014 after recovering from a broken ankle.

Left Dartford to join Margate in May 2014. Currently on loan with Bognor Regis Town. Left Margate on 1st July 2015. Signed for Bognor Regis Town on the 25th June 2015, ie he signed for Bognor before he left Margate.


Date of birth 20 Dec 1988

 

 

 


Josh Hill

21 year 6ft 3" centre half Josh Hill agreed to join Worksop Town in June 2013, but signed for Dartford on 23 August 2013 as he had to move to London for work (Social Media & Online Community Intern) reasons. His previous clubs were Coalville where he played 50 plus games for the club (season 2012-2013) and received various awards from the supporters and the manager. Moved to Boreham Wood 20th March 2014

Josh has previously played for Loughborough University (Student September 2009 – August 2012) and Ilkeston (released July 2012). His last game for Ilkeston was 21 April 2012, although he ceased to become a regular in December 2011 due to lapses of concentration - no doubt due to Uni work.
He played 31 games for Ilkeston & scored two goals.

His many talents include being a lifeguard & qualified sports masseur. He is a South Wales Athletics representative.

Made 3 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.



Born in Cardiff on 1 August 1991

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Loans (2013-2014)

Adam Birchall



(Gillingham) From 30.7.2013 to 2.1.2014.
Made 4 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season, also on loan. Scored 1 goal.

Made 24 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 1 yellow.

Seeing as Adam believes he can score in every game, he must have been hugely disappointed. Source

Now plays for Bromley and scored his first goal for them against Whyteleafe in pre-season.

Wikipedia

Date of birth 2 December 1984



Matt Godden

Signed for Dartford on loan 8.10.2013 & returned in December 2013

As per: http://www.scunthorpe-united.co.uk/team/player-profile/index.aspx?playerid=431703&tcmuri=19892

"UPDATED 09:18 16th July 2012

Talented young striker Matt Godden signed professional terms with Scunthorpe at the end of the 2008-09 season after rising through the ranks as a trainee.

Godden endured a an injury-hit final campaign as a trainee but his prowess infront of goal went a long way towards securing him a new deal.

Scunthorpe extended his original deal on 8th June 2010 after successful spells out on loan. He joined Brigg Town for 3 months in 2009 where he managed a return of 9 goals in 20 starts for the Zebras in his first spell of competitive football. Godden then spent time on loan at Ilkeston Town before ending the campaign with a prolific run of goals for the Iron's reserve side.

His deal was extended again in March 2011 for a further 26 months after making his first team debut for Scunthorpe earlier that season against Manchester United in the League Cup. His league debut came in December 2010 in a 2-0 defeat of Burnley.

Injury kept Godden out of contention for much of the 2011-12 season with his only playing time coming whilst on loan for a short but fruitful period at Gainsborough Trinity.

Godden then rejoined Trinity on a six-month loan deal at the beginning of the 2012-13 season but he was again struck by injury, after just one game. Ebbsfleet then took him on temporarily whilst returning to fitness prior to Godden featuring more prominently for Scunthorpe at the end of the season."

Joined Tamworth on 20th February 2014 on an initial months' loan. Source

Made 8 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 5 goals, picked up 1 yellow.

Date of birth 29 July 1991





Tommy Forecast

Signed for Dartford on a one-month loan deal from Chelmsford City on 24th October 2013.

Known by Grimsby fans as Fourpast after he let in 4 goals against Crewe on his debut.
Let in 5 on his Dartford full debut. The previous game he came on at half time to replace the injured
Julian & let in 3 goals & picked up a yellow.

Wikipedia


Made 1 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 yellow & let in 8 goals.

Date of birth 15 October 1986

 

 

 

Dave Martin

Signed for Dartford on a one-month loan deal from Luton Town on 18th November 2013.

Wikipedia


Made 11 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 5 yellows.

Date of birth 3 June 1985






Connor Essam

Signed for Dartford from Crawley Town on a month loan on 22nd November 2013.
Previously on loan to Dartford from Gillingham 16.12.2011 returned 3.2.2012
Appeared in 8 matches & scored 1 goal.

Made 6 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 2 yellows.

Joined Dover in Sept 2014

Date of birth 9 July 1992





Phil Smith

Signed for Dartford from Portsmouth on a month loan on 22nd November 2013.

Wikipedia

Made 5 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows, let in 6 goals.



Date of birth 14 December 1979









Jim Stevenson

Signed for Dartford from Luton Town on 28th November 2013 on a loan until 4th Jan 2014. Source
Loan extended until 1st Feb 2014. Loan now extended to end of season.

Made 25 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 2 yellows.

Date of birth 17 May 1992







Alex Wall

Signed for Dartford on a months loan on 17th January 2014 from Luton Town (until 15th February 2014).
Loan extended for another month on 17th February 2014 & another to complete the season.
However this was not to be as he was recalled by Luton Town on 4th April 2014. Deja vu.

Made 11 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 6 goals, picked up 2 yellows.



Date of birth: 22 September 1990




Craig Holloway

Signed for Dartford on loan until the end of the season from Margate, on 27 March 2014.

Made 0 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows and not surprisingly, let in 0 goals - Amazing!

Bio

Date of birth: 10 August 1984




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James Rogers

Signed for Dartford on 24.3.2011

Margate player profile page

Started off with the Dover under 16 team and progressed through the club's youth programme before joining the first team in 2003. Went on to make 32 appearances for Margate, one as a substitute after signing from the Whites at the end of September 2010.

A left-sided player, James has played as a left wing-back, left back and in central midfield.


14.1.2012: Interview - Dave Adkins (Reporter), Adam Bordley (Camera)

Made 7 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 37 (and 8 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 5 goals, picked up 6 yellows, 1 red.
Made 26 (and 17 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 5 yellows.
Made 3 (and 4 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2013-2014 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 2 yellows.

Re-signed for Dartford for the 2013-2014 season. By mutual agreement, James joined Dover Athletic on 20 Sep 2013.
Joined Maidstone in May 2014. Bio


Has removed Facebook account

Date of Birth 9 December 1984

 

Jon Wallis



Signed for Dartford on 18.5.2011. The news broke first on the Dover forum before appearing on the official Dartford website a day later.

Skilful, creative and all-action central midfielder signed for Dover in June 2007. Was released by Football League club Hereford Utd during the 2006/07 season. Hereford Utd Stats.

Started his career at Gillingham, for whom he played 16 first-team games in 2005/06. Although normally a central midfielder, Wallis made his debut at right back in the LDV Vans Trophy match at home to Crawley. Gillingham won 2-0 that night in a game that went to extra-time and Wallis played exceptionally well in an unfamiliar position. Jon was previously on loan at Dover for two months in late 2006, before a short spell with Dagenham in Conference National.

Jon was a leading light in Dover's successive promotions from Ryman South to Conference South, making 79 appearances and scoring 16 goals in those two seasons. Suffered niggling injuries throughout the 2009/10 season but still made 31 appearances, scoring eight goals.

Made 32 (and 5 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 9 yellows.
Made 24 (and 14 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 4 goals, picked up 3 yellows.

Re-signed for Dartford for the 2013-2014 season. Due to family & work commitments, was released from his contract on 15 July 2013

Date of birth: 4 April 1986

 

 

Lewis Smith

Signed for Dartford 22 June 2013 from AFC Hornchurch

Previous clubs: Fulham, Bishop's Stortford, Chelmsford City, Thurrock, AFC Hornchurch
Stats: http://www.aylesburyunitedfc.co.uk/players/lewis-smith

Leaves Dartford 8 July 2013 to go to Australia.

Date of birth: 27 Oct 1989





Ryan Sawyer

Son of Paul Sawyer



Made 0 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season.
Has not been given a squad number for the 2013-2014 season.
Currently (August 2013) plays for Cray Valley Paper Mills FC







Stevie Sutton



Stevie joined Dartford FC at the age of 11 when getting into the district side.
He's come through every age group since then with the club.

Represented North Kent for 3 years. Aged 12/13/14.
Represented Kent Schools for 1 year. Aged 14.
Had interest from pro clubs at the age of 15 from Crystal Palace, QPR and Liverpool.
Represented Kent County for 3 years. Aged 16/17/18.

He made his Dartford Reserves debut on 9th March 2010 in a 4-1 over Faversham
in the Kent Soccer Company Floodlight Trophy West, followed by second appearance 2 weeks
later against Chatham Town in a 0-0 draw in the Blu3 Division 1 and 2 Cup semi final 1st leg. Aged 15.

He joined the academy at 16 playing for the Dartford Reds team.

Played 22 games in the second year of the academy for the Dartford Whites team & kept 9 clean sheets
Third and final year (2012) was spent in the academy with the Dartford Whites team.

He broke through to the first team during the 2012-2013 pre-season.

Now a conference premier squad player for Dartford.

First team debut on 18th September 2012 against Faversham winning 2-1 in KSC.

Made 1 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season.

Has not been given a squad number for the 2013-2014 season.

August 2013: Playing for Chatham Town.


Date of birth: 31 July 1994

 

Lee Martin

Lee started playing for Dartford at the age of 16 through the Academy scheme after being released by Crystal Palace, whom he joined aged 11.

Played for North Kent under 12's, 13's and 14's.
 
He suffered an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury playing in a FA Youth cup match for the Dartford Whites
& was out for the rest of the (2010-2011) season.

He started playing the following season (2011-2012) for Dartford Whites getting used to playing again.
 
Has played one game this season for Dartford Whites beating AFC Wimbledon 3-0 and scoring a hat-trick.

Came on as sub in his first team debut on 18th September 2012 against Faversham winning 2-1 in KSC.  

Made 0 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Has not been given a squad number for the 2013-2014 season.





Date of birth: 14 April 1994

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2012-2013




Mark Arber



Signed for Dartford in July 2012

As per: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Arber

Arber plays as a central defender or a left full back. He began his career with Tottenham Hotspur in 1996; he made no appearances in the first team prior to his release in 1998, being sent out on loan to Barnet that year, where he made 8 league appearances.

Following his release by Tottenham he signed for Barnet on a permanent contract and became a regular in the first-team squad, making 167 appearances and scoring 23 goals between 1998 and 2002, when he joined Peterborough United.

At Peterborough, Arber was again a regular in the side, making 69 appearances and scoring 5 goals prior to a short stint with Oldham Athletic in 2004; at Oldham, he played only 14 times, scoring one goal.

After his time at Oldham ended, Arber rejoined Peterborough, and between 2005 and 2007 he made 101 appearances, scoring 3 goals. Near the end of his second spell at Peterborough, in 2007, he went out on loan to Dagenham & Redbridge, playing six times.

He left Peterborough once more in June 2007 and joined Stevenage Borough on a free transfer; at Stevenage, Arber made 27 appearances, scoring 5 goals.

On 12 February 2008, Arber rejoined Dagenham & Redbridge on loan until the end of the 2007–08 season. At the end of the season Arber signed for Dagenham on a permanent basis. He soon became captain of the side, leading them to a 3–2 victory over Rotherham United in the League Two play-off final in May 2010.

In May 2012, after making 163 appearances and scoring 11 goals, Arber was released by Dagenham upon the expiry of his contract. Subsequently, Arber signed for Blue Square Bet Premier newcomers Dartford in late July 2012.

Arber is the son of former Leyton Orient player Bobby Arber.

Place of birth Johannesburg, South Africa
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)

Made 43 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 6 yellows and 1 red.

Left Dartford on 31 May 2013.

Official website said "After making Mark an offer for next season,
sometimes as a manager, decisions have to made and unfortunately
we have amicably decided to part company. Mark would like to stress
the decision is not for financial reasons or travelling issues but more to
do with the length of the contract that was offered.

I would like to thank Mark for his efforts last year for Dartford Football Club and
wish him all the very best for the future. Tony Burman"

Signed for Corby Town on 26 June 2013 & became Arsenal academy coach before leaving.

Twitter account no longer works, probably due to a comment made on it which made news headlines.

Date of birth: 9 October 1977

 

 

Richard Rose

Signed for Dartford on 6th August 2012 after his contract with League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge was terminated by mutual consent.

As per: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Rose_%28footballer%29

Rose was born in Tonbridge, Kent and joined Gillingham as a youth player. Whilst still a trainee he made his professional debut as a 14th minute substitute in Gillingham's 2–1 defeat at Crewe Alexandra on 16 April 2001. Rose went on to play in the final four games of the season in place of the injured Mark Patterson. He made only a handful of Division One appearances for the Gills in the following two seasons, but had a 9 match spell on loan at then Division Three side Bristol Rovers during the 2002–03 season. He was reported to have done well whilst with the Pirates, receiving glowing reports from manager Ray Graydon.

Rose started to establish himself more in the 2004–05 season, during which time he played 20 times (18 in the league), mostly at right or left back. Gillingham were eventually relegated back down to League One at the end of that season. Relegation prompted the departures of Nyron Nosworthy (a right back) and John Hills (a left back), presenting Rose to stake a claim for a regular spot in the starting line-up in League One. Things certainly started according to plan as Neale Cooper gave Rose a permanent right-back spot. With Cooper's departure midway through the season, Rose was out of favour under new manager Ronnie Jepson and only made one more appearance for the first team. He was released on 9 May 2006.

Rose soon found a new home at newly-promoted Hereford United where he played initially in centre midfield. He started 15 out of the first 16 matches of the season in League Two and scored his first senior goal in a 2–0 home win over Chester. He was then dropped in favour of loan signings John Eustace and Neil MacKenzie. When he returned to the side he reverted to the defence where he finished the season as third choice centre back.

Rose was used mainly as a full-back during the 2007–08 season and scored the second goal of his career in a superb 5–1 victory over Darlington. He was a regular starter for the Bulls in their promotion-winning season, but was sidelined for six weeks mid-season with a fractured ankle. Rose started 17 of the final 20 league matches of the season as Hereford finished third in League Two.

In August 2011 Rose signed for Dagenham & Redbridge.

Richard is a cousin of former EastEnders actor Ricky Groves.

Made 42 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 3 yellows.

Left Dartford on 31st May 2013. Official website said "After a discussions with Richard Rose, Richard has decided to accept an offer from another club.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Richard for his great contribution to Dartford FC and wish him all the very best of luck in the future.
Thank you for your support. Tony Burman".

Signed for Whitehawk on 19 June 2013. Source Later joined Maidstone Utd. Signed for Hastings Utd on 9th August 2014

Date of birth: 8 September 1982

 


 


Tom Champion

Signed for Dartford on 21 May 2010 from Braintree Town. He signed for Braintree from Bishop's
Stortford in 2009 & Barnet to Bishop's Stortford in 2005. He made several first team appearances
for Barnet. Played first team football for Enfield at the age of 16 and represented England at under-18 level.
The former East Barnet School pupil signed as a professional for Barnet in November 2004.  Played against Forest Green, Stevenage Boro,Tring Town and Bristol Rovers prior to signing the deal.

Loaned to Wealdstone from Barnet for a month in 2005. Received a "Jonathan Woodgate" lookalike award by
the Barnet FC Supporters Assoc in 2004/2005 (site no longer has pic, so here it is:)



Tom, a centre half is equally at home in midfield. Played over 100 first team games for the Woodside Park side and
was part of the Bishop's Stortford team that reached the semi-finals of the Blue Square South Play-offs in
2007. He did well at Stortford and was part of that very effective central defensive partnership
with Paul Goodacre.

Focus on Champion (dated 2010) Twinterview (June 2012)

When he played for Dartford, he was a Sales Executive/Account Manager.
He was responsible for nurturing and maintaining his key accounts, ensuring they continually get maximum exposure and brand awareness on the site and hence generate high calibre candidates for their vacancies; whilst proactively business developing new business for the site.

As his company diversifies into the broader sectors of the leisure industry, he speaks to various different clients within the industry to discuss their recruitment needs and identifies how leisurejobs.com can be part of their recruitment strategy. He treats each client uniquely ensuring they offer bespoke and tailored packages. In addition he supports other members of the team to greater understand the product and concept for the recruitment market.
(text copied from his linkedin page from way back when)

Made 50 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 12 yellows.
Made 51 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 12 yellows.
Well odd that he got the same amount of goals & yellow cards 2 seasons on the trot.
Made 59 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 10 yellows.

Left Dartford in April 2013 to play full time for Cambridge Utd. Left in May 2015 to join Barnet.


Date of Birth: 15 May 1986 (in Barnet)

 











Louis Wells

 



(Photo (c) Dave Adkins)

Signed for Dartford on 3 November 2011 from Staines Town for free.
Signed for Staines in the 2005-2006 season & was offered a trial at Aldershot Town in April 2006.
Played just 6 Hampshire Senior Cup games and one in the Conference, before moving to
Maidenhead Utd. He helped them get to their first FA Cup 1st Round appearance, before switching to Uxbridge in March 2008. Enjoyed a superb debut season, including saving a last gasp penalty in the play-off Final.

Info taken from: http://www.stainesmassive.info/#/louis-wells/4543020475 (link no longer working)

More stats: http://www.soccerway.com/players/louis-wells/94933/

Month loan to Leatherhead 30.11.2012
Month loan to Hayes & Yeading 1.3.2013

Made 37 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Picked up 1 yellow.
Made 5 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Picked up 1 yellow.

Released by Dartford in April 2013 & signed for Basingstoke in June 2013. Currently (Dec 2014) playing for Leatherhead.


Date of birth 22 Feb 1982

 

 


Jacob Erskine





Signed for Dartford on 21 October 2011 from Hampton & Richmond Borough. He left Hampton on 7 October 2011.

Born in London, Erskine started his career at non-League club Croydon Athletic, before joining his first Football League club, Dagenham & Redbridge. He was sent out on loan to non-league clubs Tooting & Mitcham United, Dorchester Town, Margate and Maidstone United, but was ultimately released by Dagenham at the end of the 2008–09 season, having failed to break into the first team in two years with the club.

He spent the close season with Bromley, for whom he played in a friendly against Gillingham, impressing their manager Mark Stimson sufficiently to earn a one-year contract with the Football League One club. The deal included a clause stipulating that Bromley will benefit financially should Gillingham sell Erskine to another club, as well as "certain other terms which Bromley feel will benefit the club in the long run".

Erskine made his Football League debut as a late substitute in Gillingham's opening game of the 2009–10 season on 8 August against Swindon Town, replacing Mark Bentley in a 5–0 win.

He was loaned back to Bromley for a month in October 2009, making five appearances for them, and scoring in an FA Cup qualifying round match. Erskine then joined another Conference South side in the form of Bishop's Stortford.

Erskine was released by Gillingham at the end of the 2009–10 season. During the 2010–11 season, he signed for Isthmian League Premier Division side Concord Rangers.

On 21 January 2011, Erskine signed for Conference National side Forest Green Rovers. He was instantly loaned out to Southern Premier Division outfit Swindon Supermarine to gain match fitness.

Erskine then signed for Ebbsfleet United in February 2011 having not made a single appearance for Forest Green. In August 2011, Erskine was informed by Ebbsfleet manager Liam Daish, that there would be no funds available to offer him a new contract for the 2011–12 season. He was then on trial for Northampton Town playing in a trial match against Milton Keynes Dons, but later signed non-contract terms with Hampton & Richmond Borough. Erskine left Hampton & Richmond in October 2011. Source

Before joining Dartford, he scored 3 league goals for Hampton & Richmond in the 2011-2012 season (16.8.2011 against Woking, 20.8.2011 against Dartford, 29.8.2011 against Basingstoke) and an FA Cup goal on 1.10.2011 against Arlesley.

Made 34 (and 5 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 17 goals, picked up 8 yellows.
Made 31 (and 13 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 5 goals, picked up 4 yellows.

Released by Dartford in April 2013. Signs for Whitehawk 14 August 2013. Signs for Bromley on 28 September 2013. Bio

Date of birth 13 Jan 1989

 

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Loans for 2012-2013:

Marcus Bettinelli  (Fulham) Made 42 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Picked up 2 yellows.

Adam Birchall  (Gillingham) Made 4 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 1 goal.

Semi 'Shemz' Ajayi  (Charlton) Made 4 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 1 yellow.
Signed for some Sunday pub team called Arsenal FC in 2013

Dominic Green  (Dagenham & Redbridge) Made 3 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 1 yellow.


Jack Evans (Gillingham) Made 6 (and 10 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 2 goals.

Harry Crawford (Barnet) Made 4 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 1 yellow

Jason Prior (AFC Wimbledon) Made 5 (and 4 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 1 yellow

Charlie Sheringham (AFC Bournemouth) Made 8 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 4 goals, picked up 2 yellows.

Csaba Somogyi (Fulham) Made 8 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season.

 

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Loans for 2011-2012:

Connor Essam (Gillngham) Made 8 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 1 yellow.

Luke Wilkinson (Dagenham & Redbridge) Made 18 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 4 goals, picked up 3 yellows & 1 red.

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Jack Pallen

A member of the Dartford youth structure & the Dartford Academy.
A very sharp, quick & agressive forward. Went on loan to Chatham Town in 2009-2010
to gain more experience, where he scored several goals.
2009-2010 he scored 8 goals for the U21's & 9 goals for the Dartford Whites (U18's),
that included 2 in the Football Conference Youth Alliance Final Tue 18 May 2010 at Nene Park
Video


Interests:
Films: Rise of the Footsoldier, The Green Mile, The Football Factory.
Music: Old skool garage, funky house, rnb, drum and base.
People like to meet: Robin Van Persie, Steven Gerrard and Danny Dyer.
Home town: Erith

In August 2010, Jack went to Malta on a 3 month contract for St Andrews FC. Signed for Dover in March 2011.
Signed a contract for the 2011-2012 season with Dartford.

Made 4 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 3 goals, picked up 0 yellows.
Made 4 (and 6 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 4 goals, picked up 0 yellows.

Joined Chatham Town in August 2012
Signed for Corinthian in July 2013


Date of Birth: 16 December 1991

 




Tony Garrod

Signed for Dartford on 22 November 2011 from Farnborough. Previous club Southampton. Striker.

Made 6 (and 26 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 5 goals, picked up 0 yellows


Farnborough info

Southampton info

Joined Staines Town (6th July 2012)

Date of birth 4 Sept 1991


Paul Goodacre

Signed for Dartford on 18 May 2010 from Braintree Town.

A 6ft 3" central defender who started his career at Maldon Town before switching to Bishop's Stortford in the summer of 2006, Paul has also played for Burnham Ramblers and had trials with Southend United. He was appointed captain at Woodside Park in July 2007 and was a pivotal part of the Bishop's Stortford side that made the Blue Square South play-offs in 2007. Scored on his debut for Braintree against Staines on 17 October 2009. Known as "Goody".

Works for a Chartered Surveyors in Colchester after completing his Degree at the University Of Essex. Likes nothing more than a bit of studying:

2002-2006 The University Of Essex Colchester, United Kingdom
Graduated: 2006
Student Status: Alumni
Degree: Bachelor's Degree
Major: Sport & Exercise Science

2000 To 2002 South East Essex College Southend-On-Sea, United Kingdom
Degree: High School Diploma
Major: Sports Science

1995 to 2000 William De Ferrers School Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Graduated: 2000
Student Status: Alumni

Focus on Goodacre (dated 2010)

Changes his car every year.

Paul is a Senior Valuer.

This involves:

Commercial Asset Valuation, Chattels, Plant & Machinery, Motor Vehicles, Stock. Retention of Title Claims, Marketing of Assets for Disposal, Leasehold Evaluation & Appraisal, Report Writing, Equity Valuation.
(text copied from his linkedin page)

Married in May 2012, honeymoon in Australia.

Made 57 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 1 goal, picked up 6 yellows and 1 red.
Made 27 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 3 yellows.


30th May 2012: As per Dartford's official website "Unable to commit to the Conference Premier due to work commitments, Tony Burman would like to thank him for all for his fantastic efforts this season and wish him the very best."

30th May 2012: As per Football Exclusives

"Former Dartford man Paul Goodacre has denied claims that he left the club due to work commitments, rather he was not offered new terms as the club prepares themselves for Conference Premier football next season.

The former Bishop’s Stortford captain said: “This is not quite correct, I would never let my work commitments affect my football, although stating my departure this way is obviously easier on the eye.

"Unfortunately I was not offered new terms with the club, which is a great shame and I'm bitterly disappointed to have not been given the opportunity to have a crack at the Prem. After all that is what we all work hard towards.

“That said it's football and players come and go, I have to respect Tony's decision and move on to my next challenge. It's a fantastic club with a great bunch of players, and I'm pleased to have been a part of what I' m sure will be continued progress.”

Goodacre joined the club in 2010 from Braintree and won the Players’ Player of the Year for the 2010/11 season and admits it was difficult to take: “It's been hard to take, but I'm a man, these things happen and in football there are some you lose and some you don't.

"Unfortunately I picked up a knee injury this season which ruled me out for a long period and it essentially ruined my season. I still played over 30 games but it's just easy for people to forget that when you have been out so long.

“Last year I played 54 games and was pretty much injury free. I have got the knee back to normal now though and with Tony's decision I will now look forward to a new challenge and hopefully another one as successful is this last one.”

So what next for Paul Goodacre, is it a case of remaining in the Conference South for next season: “For as long as I can I will look to play as high as I can, I would love to keep in the Conference South.

"It's a bit difficult at the moment because I'm in Australia, but I have had one or two enquiries and Tony Burman has kept in touch so that I'm aware of any contact from other clubs. I'm contactable but the timings are just difficult.”

Goodacre has no hard feelings for his former club as they look to survive in the Conference Premier and expects them to do well: “I really hope they have a fantastic season and push on again like they have over the last few seasons. The club certainly has the infrastructure and support to fit within the league.

“I'm sure they will go into the league and find their feet quite quickly, the key for their first season will be to remain in the division, there are some huge clubs up there, but then again so are Dartford. I wish all my former teammates and friends the very best for the forthcoming season.”

Signed for Hornchurch in June 2012. Signed for Concord Rangers FC on 8th June 2013. Source
Loan to East Thurrock Utd in September 2014.
Signed for Bishop's Stortford for the 2015-2016 season.




Date of Birth: 15 July 1984






Matt Jones


Matt Jones started with St Albans City & made his first team debut on 29.11.2003 at 15:00 against Crawley Town. He had previously played in the successful reserves.

St Albans City stats: http://www.sacfc.co.uk/tpl/player.php?sort=apps&id=73

He made his Bishops Stortford debut on 27th April 2005 and made a total of 193 appearances. He was team captain. He joined Dartford on 21 January 2011.

Team Supported: China
Dream Car: Ford Focus
Positions: Defender (Right, Centre right, Left, Centre left).

Made 14 (and 8 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 yellow.
Made 37 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 1 yellow.

May 2012: Unable to commit to the Conference Premier due to work commitments, Tony Burman would like to thank him for all for his fantastic efforts this season and wish him the very best.



Date of Birth 4 March 1985





Richard Graham

Signed for Dartford 18 June 2011

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Graham_%28Northern_Ireland_footballer%29

Born in Newry, County Down, Graham began his career in the Queens Park Rangers youth system, making two first team appearances in the Football League, but he was released in 2001. He moved into non-League football, joining Barnet in 2004 and helped them return to the Football League. He was released by the club in April 2007, subsequently joining Dagenham & Redbridge in June.

On 1 January 2009, Graham joined former club Kettering Town on loan for the remainder of the 2008–09 Conference National season. He made his debut two days later in a 2–1 victory over Eastwood Town in the FA Cup, with his performance being described as the "most impressive". He signed for Grays Athletic on 24 July, along with Charlie Taylor and Shayne Mangodza. He was released at the end of the 2009–10 season. In July 2010, Graham signed for Eastleigh.

1996–2001 Queens Park Rangers apps 2 goals 0
2001–2002 Chesham United apps 27 goals 9
2002–2003 Billericay Town apps 31 goals 3
2003–2004 Kettering Town apps 34 goals 2
2004–2007 Barnet apps 87 goals 7
2007–2009 Dagenham & Redbridge apps 12 goals 0
2009 Kettering Town (loan) apps 12 goals 0
2009–2010 Grays Athletic apps 36 goals 1
2010–2011 Eastleigh apps 51 goals 8

National team
Northern Ireland U21 apps 2 goals 0

Made 22 (and 19 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 4 goals, picked up 2 yellows.

Date of birth: 5 Aug 1979

May 2012: Unable to commit to the Conference Premier due to work commitments, Tony Burman would like to thank him for all for his fantastic efforts this season and wish him the very best.

August 2012: Joined St Albans.

 



Andrew Young

Andrew Young – Second season with Dartford having joined in September 2008 following his release by Thurrock. Previously with Bishops Stortford who he joined in the summer of 2004 after impressing the management during pre-season training and after Rob Elliott left for Notts County, Andrew came in and took over the No.1 shirt. One of Blues heroes in the FA Trophy run of 2005 when they defeated Dagenham, Gravesend & Northfleet and Canvey Island all on their own grounds, all three being Conference National team at the time.
Previous clubs Hoddesdon Town and St Margaretsbury.

Made 42 appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season.
Made 48 appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season & picked up 3 yellows.
Made 48 appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season & picked up 1 yellow.
Made 14 appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season before being released by the club on 2 November 2011.

Signed for Erith & Belvedere on 4 Sept 2013 from Billericay Town






No longer at club. Clubs at Conference Premier level and above are now allowed to sign a player lower than
the Conference (outside of the transfer window), being offered full-time work.

 

Charlie Sheringham - Left for AFC Bournemouth on 20 October 2011

Striker. Signed for Dartford on 17 June 2010 from Bishops Stortford.

"Sheringham originally started out at his father's first club, Millwall, as part of their academy set-up, before moving on to another of his father's former teams, Tottenham Hotspur. Having been released by Spurs, he was given a trial at Bournemouth, and then another at Ipswich Town, in which he impressed and was given a one-year contract.

At Portman Road, he won an FA Youth Cup winners medal as a sub in 2005. Ipswich released him in the summer of 2005. He was transferred to Charlton Athletic on a free transfer but failed to make an impact and was very soon released, after which he went on trial at Crystal Palace, playing several games for Kit Symons's reserve side.

He impressed, and was kept on for the pre-season by manager Peter Taylor, scoring in a first-team pre-season friendly at Stevenage Borough. He also impressed against American champions, the Los Angeles Galaxy, which led to him being given a professional contract, on a month-by-month contractual deal. He then impressed even further, and was given a full contract, lasting two years.

On 18 April 2007, Sheringham flew out to America with teammate Lewwis Spence to join Crystal Palace's feeder club Crystal Palace Baltimore on loan for four months, though he had to fly home early with a hairline fracture of the foot.

Sheringham was released at the end of the January 2008 transfer window without making a single first team appearance. Following his release from Crystal Palace Sheringham headed to Denmark on an eight day trial at Fremad Amager of the Danish 1st Division. The trial was set up by Charlie Sheringham's father Teddy Sheringham who is an old friend of then manager Jakob Friis-Hansen. The move fell through at the last minute.

Sheringham signed for Conference South side, Bishop's Stortford on 15 May 2009, from Welling United at the end of the 2008–09 season. Sheringham had been Welling's top scorer in the 2008–09 season, scoring 26 goals in all competitions.

Sheringham then made the move to Conference National side Histon on 13 February 2010 on loan from Bishop's Stortford until the end of the 2009–10 season."

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Sheringham

Made 40 (and 7 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 25 goals, picked up 2 yellows and 1 red.
Made 14 (and 0 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2011-2012 season. Scored 12 goals, picked up 5 yellows.
(Loan) Made 8 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2012-2013 season. Scored 4 goals, picked up 2 yellows.

Left for AFC Bournemouth on 20 October 2011. He must have resigned from his job as Credit broker at GFI Securities.
Signed for AFC Wimbledon 21 June 2013. Currently (2014-2015) playing for Ebbsfleet

He entered the JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge Championship in 2010 on behalf of GFI (world-wide series of 5.6km road races) and came 3306th in a time of 26:35. The fastest person did it in 16 mins, so either the other 3304 people in front of him were slow, or he's not very fast. Source
Went to Forest School in London E17.

Video of goals scored Twinterview


Date of Birth: 17 April 1988



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No longer at club (left at end of season 2010-2011):



Danny Crouch

Danny Crouch was the Dartford U18's Player's Player in the 2007-2008 season, scoring 18 goals.
In the 2008-2009 season with the U18's, he bettered that by scoring 33 goals (plus 2 for the U21's)
& becoming the U18 Supporter's Player of the Year and Player's Player of the Year.
He made his 1st team starting debut on 10 November 2009 against Ramsgate in the
Championship Manager Cup second round, where he both scored a goal in normal time
and a penalty after extra time, which Dartford went onto win 5-4.
Scored 23 goals for the U21's in the 2009-2010 season.

Made 3 (and 7 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 1 goal.
Made 0 appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season.

Focus on Crouch (dated 2010)

Crouch has signed dual registration forms for both Dartford & Thamesmead in August 2010,
leaving him eligibe to play for both clubs. However he seems to have retired from football.


Date of Birth: 9 April 1991





Adam Burchell

Adam Burchell came to Dartford from Gillingham on work experience on 7 March 2009
Signed for Dartford in July 2009 following his release by Gillingham. Scored 8 goals for
Dartford U21's in the 2008-2009 season. Appeared on Soccer AM in 2009.

Loaned to Tonbridge Angels twice in 2010.

Made 3 (and 6 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 3 goals.
Made 4 (and 15 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 2 goals & picked up 1 yellow.

24.3.2011 Adam has gone out on loan to Ryman Premier League side Maidstone United.

Released by Dartford FC on 16.5.2011. Adam's heart is with DFC and he wanted to stay, but he gave it more than 110% on/off the pitch and couldn't get a proper run out, so decided to leave.

Signed for Margate in August 2011

Margate stats Left Margate June 2012. Currently (July 2012) without a club. Signed for Erith & Belvedere on 20th August 2012 at approx 9am.

Scored on his debut against AFC Croydon Athletic in a friendly on 23rd August 2012. Joined Leatherhead 11th June 2013. Left Leatherhead in May 2014

On 9.1.2014, he swanned off to Thailand (Bangkok), Australia (Sydney), America and Cancun for just over 3 months.

Did the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb on 12th February 2014. Bio

Emigrated to Australia in June 2014 & now plays for Shepparton Soccer Club in Victoria, Australia
Joined Sevenoaks Town (UK) on 1st January 2015.
Leaving to go back to Australia on 10 Feb 2015 to play for Wangaratta City FC



Date of Birth: 28 November 1990.

 

Joe Bruce



Defender. Signed for Dartford on 16.6.2010 from Braintree Town.
Started out as a trainee for Luton, loaned to Wingate and Finchley in 2002.
Sold to Grays Athletic for £5000 in 2003 (01-08-2003 to 15-06-2006) won a Conference South winner’s medal.
Hitchin (2003), Basingstoke (15-06-2006), Maidenhead (1 months loan from Grays Athletic on 20-01-2006)
Welling, Cambridge City (June 2007) and Braintree.

Made 46 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 0 goals, picked up 4 yellows and 1 red.

Released by Dartford FC on 16.5.2011. Currently plays for Thurrock when Spurs aren't playing in Europe.

Currently (Dec 2014) playing for Leatherhead.

Date of Birth: 5 July 1983.

 

 

Carl Rook

Carl Rook signed for Dartford on 26.1.2010 from Tonbridge Angels.

He signed for Tonbridge Angels in December 2007 (made debut on Dec 11th 2007),
following newly employed Manager Tommy Warrilow from Sussex club Horsham
for £10,000.
Previous clubs Dover Athletic, Hastings United, Whitstable Town, Folkestone Invicta, Sittingbourne and Deal Town.

He started his Hastings Utd career in August 2003 (from Whistable) as a defender.

Stats for Tonbridge:

Season 2007-2008, Apps 22+1, Goals 18, Yellow 1
Season 2008-2009, Apps 36+5, Goals 29, Yellows 3
Season 2009-2010, Apps 21+5, Goals 18 (11 league, 7 cup)

Focus on Rook (dated 2010)

Made 7 (and 7 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 1 goal & picked up 0 yellows.
Made 20 (and 17 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 8 goals & picked up 6 yellows and 1 red.

March 2011: Loan to Tonbridge Angels until end of season.

Released by Dartford FC on 16.5.2011. Signed for Eastbourne Borough in June 2011.

Signed for Margate on 5 August 2012
Signed for Whitstable Town on 8 June 2013 & left 7 July 2013 Source (text of source below)

"Nicky has given the following update: “Carl Rook has left us - he informed me by a text that he didn’t want to drop down to our level.
It is interesting that we now have a 7 day request from Hornchurch for Carl so read into that as you want."

Currently (Dec 2014) playing for Leatherhead. Joined Folkestone Invicta in May 2015.

Bio

Date of Birth: 10 February 1983

 


James White

James White was a junior at Southend, Spurs and Arsenal before joining Great Wakering Rovers where he made his
first team debut in January 2005 at the age of sixteen. An exiting prospect and good all round sportsman.
James joined Dartford in the summer of 2008. Focus on White (dated 2010)

Made 21 (and 15 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season. Scored 2 goals & picked up 4 yellows and 1 red.
Made 28 (and 11 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 3 goals & picked up 3 yellows.
Made 19 (and 13 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 3 yellows and 2 reds.

Released by Dartford FC on 16.5.2011. He would have been retained for the new season but wanted to play regular football, so left. Signed for Thurrock in July 2011.
Joined Concord Rangers in the 2012-2013 season. Scored the winning goal in the Essex Senior Cup final (2013-2014) against Braintree.

Date of Birth: 5 August 1988

 

 

Billy Burgess

Billy Burgess started his career in the Welling United youth set up and later moved to Braintree for the past five seasons making over 130 appearances and was their captain. Joined Dartford on 1 June 2009.

Made 40 appearances (and 1 as sub) for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season, picked up 7 yellows & scored 3 goals.
Made 33 appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season, picked up 7 yellows & scored 0 goals.
Vice captain for the 2010-2011 season.

Focus on Burgess (dated 2010)

Released by Dartford FC on 16.5.2011. Signed for Maldon & Tiptree on 6 June 2011.

Left Maldon & Tiptree in November 2011

Signed for Cray Wanderers in July 2012

Date of Birth: 1 February 1984.

 

 

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No longer at club (left at end of season 2009-2010):




John Beales

John Beales signed for Dartford in July 2009. He progressed through the youth set up at Tonbridge before making his first team debut in October 2002 against Welling United. Went on to make over 200 appearances for Tonbridge Angels before injury an in April 2008 curtailed an intended move to Bristol Rovers and put John out of football for over twelve months. Made a welcome return to football in pre-season for Dartford with impressive displays in the centre of defence.


Made 33 appearances (and 5 as sub) for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season & picked up 3 yellow cards.


Signed for Hastings Utd on 9 July 2010 & left in December 2010. Short term loan to Dartford on 8th Jan 2011.
Very short, as he has now gone back to Tonbridge Angels. Source Signed for Margate in October 2011.
Bio

Date of Birth: 20 Dec 1984





Jamie Coyle

Jamie Coyle joined Dartford in the summer of 2007 from Dulwich Hamlet where he had been for the previous two
seasons. In his first season at Dulwich Jamie won both the Supporters and Manager’s Player of the Year
Awards. Jamie’s career started as a trainee at Crystal Palace and then moved to Gravesend & Northfleeet.
Jamie then had a couple of loan spells at Sittingbourne before making the move permanent and after two
seasons with them, Jamie moved to Dulwich in the summer of 2005. A talented defender and a good passer of the
ball, Jamie represented the FA X1 against the AFA representative side in May 2007. Focus on Coyle (dated 2010)

Made 49 appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season. Scored 2 goals & picked up 3 yellow cards.
Made 32 appearances (and 8 as sub) for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 5 goals & picked up 2 yellow cards. Scored the 100th Dartford league goal against Bognor Regis on 24 April 2010.



Joined Welling on 11 June 2010. Joined Sittingbourne as player/coach in
June 2011. Recognised by Ryman League as transferring to Leatherhead in October 2011. See Ryman Bulletin 9
Joined Maidstone Utd in May 2014.
Became Player/Manager at Welling Utd on 12 May 2017

Date of Birth: 31 May 1983.


Adam Flanagan

Adam Flanagan’s career started as a trainee with Gillingham before a move to Dagenham and Redbridge.
Joined St Leonards in 1997 before transferring to Hastings United on 1 August 2001 where he stayed until the summer of 2003 when Adam moved on to Folkestone Invicta where he stayed for four seasons. Joined Dartford in the summer of 2007 Adam was club captain at Folkestone and won the Player’s Player of the Year.

Made 39 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season. Scored 4 goals & picked up 3 yellow cards.
Made 39 appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 7 yellow cards & 1 red card.



 

Released by the club on 14 May 2010. Adam said he was gutted & was sure he could mix it at the next level.
Signed for Ashford Town (Kent) a few days later. Signed for Billericay Town on 12 July 2010.
Signed for Maldon & Tiptree in June 2011. Joined Aveley in August 2013 & became joint manager (with Danny Dafter, below) at Brentwood FC in November 2013. Appointed manager of Concord Rangers on 7th May 2015.


Date of Birth: 6 September 1977

 



Danny Dafter

Danny Dafter. Tough tackling midfielder, Dan joined Dartford on 27 May 2008 from Brentwood Town where he was team captain a position he also held at his previous club East Thurrock United. Danny joined Brentwood during 2006/07 season. Focus on Dafter (dated 2010)

Made 38 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season. Scored 3 goals & picked up 13 yellow cards.
Made 27 appearances (and 4 as sub) for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 2 goals, picked up 7 yellow cards & 2 red cards.


Released by the club on 14 May 2010. Signed for Brentwood in July 2010.
Signed for Corncord Rangers in Nov 2010. Re-signed for Brentwood 18 January 2011 & became joint manager with Adam Flanagan (above) in
November 2013. Retired from the game at the end of season 2014-2015.

Date of Birth: 15 June 1979


 




Ryan Johnson

Ryan Johnson started with QPR as a junior and with QPR's Reserves. He went on to play for Maidenhead United.
He signed for Dartford from Welling on 26 December 2009. Ryan had signed for Welling United during the pre-season of 2008.

Made 17 appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 1 goal & picked up 2 yellow cards.







Released by the club on 14 May 2010. Was going to join Maidstone Utd on 21 Oct 2010, but didn't. Source
Went to play for Corinthian. Joined Margate in October 2011. Margate Stats
Joined Corinthian in December 2011 Bio



Date of birth: 15 Jan 1987





Allan Tait

Allan Tait signed from Eastbourne Borough in the Football Conference on 22 May 2009

Allan began his career as a junior with Tottenham Hotspur before moving to Deal Town.
He made his name as golden boot winner for Deal Town and attracted the attention of several non-league teams before switching to Folkestone Invicta.
He moved to Crawley Town for £5000 in the 2004-2005 season and was top scorer for them with 12 goals from 39 appearances.
The 2005-2006 season saw him at Canvey Island who signed him for £2000, followed by 2007-2009 at Eastbourne Borough.

Made 14 (and 14 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 7 goals & picked up 2 yellows.

 

Released by the club on 14 May 2010.
Signed for Margate at the end of May 2010. Signed for Horsham in August 2010

"John Maggs will hope to conclude his summer 2010 transfer dealings tomorrow with the signing of former Dartford striker Allan Tait. The 27 year old, who also lists Crawley Town and Eastbourne Borough among his former clubs, had made the switch from Princes Park to Margate during the Summer but had his contract cancelled by mutual consent this week and Maggs was quick to swoop for a player he had been keeping tabs on for some time. "I've been aware of Allan for many years," admitted the Hornets supremo, "and I didn't hesitate once I knew he might be available. He lives in East Grinstead so he's virtually on our doorstep, he's got a good pedigree and will be a terrific asset to the club, I'm absolutely certain of that."

Signed for Folkestone Invicta on 8 Nov 2010. Signed for Kingstonian in Jan 2011. Loan to Bognor Regis in January 2012 and back to Kingstonian the same month.

Left Kingstonian by mutual consent in September 2012 & joined the Metropolitan Police. Joined Leatherhead in February 2013. Back to Metropolitan Police in March 2013,
back to Leatherhead, then a few 100 other clubs no doubt. Signed for Crawley Down Gatwick in January 2014 for a packet of crisps.


Date of Birth: 6 September 1981

 




Jay May

Jay signed for Dartford on 23 March 2009

Now in his third spell with the club. Made his debut for Dartford in the Under 18 team and after impressive
performances was called up to the first team squad. Subsequently moved on to Tonbridge Angels before
returning to Dartford for the 2007-2008 season. Transferred to Bromley in July 2008 and then moved onto
Ramsgate before his release in March 2009 and his return to Dartford.

Made 4 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season. Scored 2 goals & picked up 0 yellows.
Made 9 (and 10 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 6 goals & picked up 1 yellow.

Released by the club on 14 May 2010. Joined Croydon Athletic July 2010. Played for Tonbridge Angels after that.
Signed for Billericay Town in June 2011. Free transfer to Bromley July 2013. Joined Maidstone in May 2014.




Rob Haworth

Vastly experienced striker who started his career at Fulham where he made 29 first team appearances during
the 1993/94 and 1994/95 seasons. Rob then had a short spell with Millwall before dropping into non-league
football to join Kettering during 1995/96. From there he moved on to Aylesbury before settling at St Albans
where he scored 50 goals in four seasons between 1996/97 and 1999/00. During his spell at St Albans he was
loaned to Turku Finland. Rob then played for Dagenham & Redbridge where he featured in their FA Cup ties with Charlton during 2000/01 and after that his travels took him to Sutton, Hendon, Gravesend & Northfleet, Maidenhead and Met Police. Rob joined Carshalton in January 2007 and then linked up with Margate in March 2007 before joining Dartford at the commencement of the 2008/9 season.

Rob Haworth interview on BBC radio including Chewbacca impression (Nov 2009)

Focus on Haworth (dated 2010) Wiki Page

Made 41 (and 6 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season. Scored 17 goals & picked up 2 yellows.
Made 23 (and 18 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 12 goals & picked up 5 yellows.

 

Released by the club on 14 May 2010. Joined Tooting & Mitcham Utd
in June 2010. Joined Metropolitan Police in March 2011. Signed for St Albans in July 2011.

18th Feb 2012: Month loan from St Albans to Hemel Hempstead Town FC.

As per: http://www.sacfc.co.uk/index.php/news/-latest-club-news/1841-haworth-heads-to-hemel.html (link no longer working)

"Striker Rob Haworth is joining Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division neighbours Hemel Hempstead Town for a month.

Rob has been recovering from a hamstring injury and manager David Howell has agreed to let him regain his match fitness at Vauxhall Road.

"Rob remains a popular and important member of our squad but it is better that he goes and gets some game time rather than sit on our bench," said Howell.

"We have reached an agreement with Hemel that he will help them out over the next month and we will review the situation after that. I am told he is on 199 appearances for Saints so we will hope he can make it 200 before the end of the season."

The whole-hearted Haworth, 36, who is in his second spell at Clarence Park, has become a firm favourite at the club again after scoring City's opening goal of the 2011/12 campaign, against Cirencester. He has to date made 17 appearances, scoring five goals."

Hemel Hempstead Town FC: 6 appearances, 1 goal, 1 yellow
http://www.hemelfc.com/s/players-coaches-60377.html?player_id=612169&archive_id=6464

Joined Chipstead in October 2012 Bio


Date of Birth: 21 November 1975

 



Danny Barber

Danny Barber previously with Heybridge Swifts (signed 1 July 2002). Signed for Dartford on 24 October 2008

During his spell at Heybridge Swifts from 2002 - 2008 Danny Barber made 274 first team appearances, scoring
9 goals. The popular Swifts left back, was a fans favourite, remembered for his no-nonsense tough tackling approach
and excellent dead-ball delivery. Danny left the club in February 2008 for a short spell at Borehamwood, before leaving for Dartford in October of the same year. However disaster struck on his debut for Dartford, with Danny suffering a devasting cruiate ligament injury against Tooting & Mitcham United on 25 October 2008. This was the same match as Cody McDonald's debut for Dartford.

Made 1 appearance for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season.
Made 0 appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season.

Re-signed for Heybridge in May 2010. Source








Isa Hussein



Isa Hussein (Note to England & Canvey Island - correct spelling of name) is a very skillful and talented player

Isa's previous clubs: Arsenal U17 trialist, scored a goal against Crystal Palace for Arsenal U17's on Sat 27th March 2004. Tottenham trialist, Barnet, Staines Town. Scored 10 goals for Dartford U21's in the 2008-2009 season.
England's Futsal Player of the tournament Feb 2009.

Made 1 appearance (and 3 as sub) in the 2008-2009 season for the first team. He got one yellow card in the
Dartford v Tooting & Mitcham match, Sat 28 Feb 2009 FT 3-1 Att 1320, where Jamie Day (now manager of Welling also got booked).

Made 0 appearances for the Dartford first team in the 2009-2010 season, but featured in the Dartford U21's & scored two league & two cup goals for the team who had a very successful season.

Focus on Hussein (dated 2010)

Joined Canvey Island in August 2010. Appeared in The Sun in March 2011. Joined Aveley on 31 March 2011.



Date of Birth: 1 May 1988



Joao Carlos

Joao Miguel Martins Pais De Carlos signed for Dartford in December 2009.

Previous clubs are Aveley, Brentwood, Dagenham & Redbridge. Wikipedia

Joao is pronouced: "zhwau" (or listen to pronunciation)

Loan to Concord Rangers 30.1.2010

Made 1 (and 3 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season.

Last seen playing for Ebbsfleet in July 2010. Source

13.10.2010: Now at Thurrock. Source

2011-2014: Currently at Grays Athletic

Date of Birth: 2 April 1989





Adam Gross

The left back, started his career at Charlton Athletic before moving to Barnet in 2005 on a free transfer, where he made 47 League appearances. Transferred to Grays Athletic in May 2007 and had loan spells at Weymouth (Jan 2008), Welling United (Oct 2008) and Dartford on 20 November 2008 before a transfer to Dartford was made permanent on 21 January 2009. Has represented the Welsh Non-League under 23 team and also has represented England on a number of occasions, turning out for the England C National Football Team.

Made 29 appearances for Dartford in the 2008-2009 season. Scored 1 goal & picked up 1 yellow card & 1 red.
Made 51 appearances (out of 51 matches that were played) for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season, picked up 8 yellow cards & scored 2 goals.
Made 6 appearances (plus 3 as sub) in the 2010-2011 season before being released.




Focus on Gross (dated 2010) Wiki Page

Released by Dartford on 25 October 2010 & to play for Thurrock. Current club Erith & Belvedere. At some stage joined Leatherhead.
Released by Leatherhead on 12 October 2012. Currently (July) playing for Cray Valley Paper Mills FC


Date of Birth: 16 February 1986

 

 

Matthew Reed



Matthew signed for Dartford on 23 March 2010.

6' 1" goalkeeper who started off with West Ham as a ten year old and completed his scholarship at Upton Park during the 2005/06 season, having worked with the likes of Shaka Hislop, David James, Stephen Bywater.

Matt played several times for West Ham reserves and was on the bench for a Carling Cup tie before moving to Barnet on loan at the end of January 2006 for the remainder of the season, before being released by West Ham and joining Bristol City for the start of the 2006/07 season.

After making it no further than the bench he joined Walton Casuals in Ryman Division 1 South and made 38 appearances before the end of the season.

In the summer of 2007 he trialled with Crawley Town before joining Tonbridge Angels, making 58 appearances in all competitions. Left Longmead after one year and featured in friendlies for Dartford and Bognor before signing for Sittingbourne in September 2008, making 43 appearances.

Joined Carshalton Athletic at the start of the 2009 season and made 9 appearances before joing Margate in November 2009. Margate Debut Away v Hastings United Ryman League Premier 7 November 2009.

Left Dartford sometime in 2010. Currently plays for Sittingbourne. Now Leatherhead. Bio

Date Of Birth: 24 December 1986






Michael Shinn

Michael signed for Dartford on 26.3.2010. Started out at Cambridge Utd, Cambridge City, St Albans,
Heybridge Swifts... the central midfielder played in the Blue Square South for Braintree Town before rejoining his former manager at Swifts, Brian Statham, at Billericay. Ironically, Statham`s last job as boss at New Lodge was to see through Shinn`s transfer before losing his job on the Sunday
.

Scored the winning goal for Billericay against Dartford on 2.2.2010

Trade: Carpet Fitter, Supports: Spurs, Music: 80's classics, Films: Dumb and Dumber
Sports: Football and golf, Happiest when: Playing football.
(source Nov 2008, so info may have changed - like supporting Spurs)

Made 5 (and 2 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2009-2010 season. Scored 0 goals & picked up 0 yellows.

Focus on Shinn (dated 2010)

Left Dartford FC under his own steam on 7 Jan 2011 (He was NOT released). He left because the travelling was too much for him (2 hours drive to PP for home games & training) & thus spending time with his family took a hit.

Made 25 (and 1 as sub) appearances for Dartford in the 2010-2011 season. Scored 0 goals & picked up 7 yellows.
His only sub appearance was his last game in a Dartford shirt.

Joined AFC Sudbury in the middle of Jan 2011 & made his debut on 18 Jan 2011. Became Assistant Manager of AFC Sudbury on 7th October 2012. Source

Place of Birth: Haverhill.



Date of Birth: 15 December 1984.





Oliver Berquez

Oliver 'Ollie' Berquez (born in Beckenham, England) a talented midfielder, signed for Dartford on 8 June 2010 from Chelmsford City.

Berquez graduated through the youth academy at Ipswich Town in 1996 but made no appearances for the first team and joined non-league Chelmsford City in 1997. He spent 4 years at the Essex club winning promotion with them
from the Southern League before joining Dagenham and Redbridge in 2001. Following an unsuccessful spell at
the club he left and went on to play for Braintree (2002), then Canvey Island (2002-2005), Stevenage
Borough (2005-2006) and Woking (2006-2007). In May 2007 Berquez left Woking for Maldon Town before joining his former club Chelmsford City.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_Berquez

He was released by Chelmsford City on 15 May 2010

Focus on Berquez (dated 2010)

20.11.2010: Berquez on 28 day loan to Billericay Town. Left Dartford Jan 2011 to join Maldon & Tiptree.

He played 6 first team games for Dartford, plus 4 as sub. One goal & two yellows.

Joined AFC Sudbury October 2014 Where have I seen that picture before??



Date of Birth 2 February 1982






[Thanks to Ray Cherry, Dave Adkins & Tony Jaglo for providing the missing "focus on" pages.
Also to Dave Adkins, Carol White-Griffiths & http://www.dartfordfc.com/ for the photographs.]



[Thanks to Ray Cherry, Dave Adkins & Tony Jaglo for providing the missing "focus on" pages.
Also to Dave Adkins, Carol White-Griffiths & http://www.dartfordfconline.com for the photographs.]