Dartford’s Forward Line Is Now Starting To Look On Point

Having been unable to keep hold of last season’s leading scorer, Dartford are leaving nothing to chance.

Replacing the goals of Alfie Pavey - the National League South Player of the Year - was always high on new managers Jamie Coyle and Adam Flanagan’s agenda.

Last night they made their third forward capture in little over a week.

Former Luton Town striker Alex Wall has been added to the Darts attack, returning to the club where he had a short loan spell three years ago.

Competition for places will be high at Princes Park. Wall’s arrival came two days after Maidstone United’s Delano Sam-Yorke put pen to paper.

The beaten play-off semi-finalists forward line is coming together with Chelmsford’s Kudus Oyenuga also agreeing to play for the club next term.

Concord’s Ben Greenhalgh has also signed to give the new bosses plenty of attacking options.

Where next?

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