My Team-Mates! Dartford's Elliot Bradbrook Lifts The Lid

We've been getting to know the Dartford squad with Elliot Bradbrook having his say on his team-mates!

Bradbrook gave his answers to these questions...

The Team DJ?

Alfie Pavey muscled Tom Bonner out of the DJ spot when he joined. He does a good job to be fair, although I’m sure he only does it to stay on social media past 1.30pm on a match day.

First to training?

I couldn’t tell you - I’m usually one of the last! I think Lee Noble arrives three hours early and has a sleep in his work van. Proper Non-League stuff.

Last to training?

Danny Harris usually strolls in 20 minutes late and then spends the whole session moaning about the traffic.

Biggest eater?

Deren Ibrahim. The only man I have ever seen to dip a chocolate bar into a pot of carb killer paste and expect to lose weight.

Teacher's pet?

Ryan Hayes. That can be the only explanation for how he has managed to get a new contract every year for so long!

Worst car?

I can’t think of one to be honest but I do know that Duane Ofori-Acheampong bought a Range Rover before he had even passed his test and put learner plates on it. That was hilarious.

Best dressed?

I would have said Tom Bonner until he attempted to wear braces and tell everyone he was a city trader on a night out once. Alex Brown has got some tidy clobber.

Worst dressed?

Danny Harris looks like a dishevelled out of work linesman in whatever he wears. His arms are simply too long for regular clothing.

Hard man in the team?

Lee Noble. I wouldn’t want to get on the wrong side of that vicious little man. He holds a grudge and fights dirty.

Most likely to go into management?

Quite a few of the boys are on the coaching staff of the academy. But they spend more time on the golf course than the training pitch! Deren will be a manager one day I am sure.

Joker in the group?

He’s no longer with us but Tom Wynter was unbelievable. The only man I have ever seen to perform his initiation song naked.

By Tom Feaheny

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