Searle Says There's A New Approach For Ebbsleet Next Term

If Ebbsfleet United were to start the season tomorrow there’s every chance of them being successful.

That is the view of manager Danny Searle, who isn’t concerned about a relatively quiet summer on the transfer front.

The Fleet have added a number of impressive additions including Jim Kellermann and Tyler Cordner, who has arrived on a season-long loan deal from York City.

He says there’s room for more new faces but he is happy to bide his time.

“I think if the season started tomorrow, we’re happy - we believe it is a strong squad,” Searl said in another update to supporters.

“We wanted a smaller squad this season. We’re looking to do a few more signings, but we’re pleased with what we’ve got.

“What we’ve managed to do is bring people in who know what success looks like. We wanted players in the building who have been involved in successful teams.

“We’re more than happy with the business we’ve done. We need people who are understanding what our goal is and who are willing to go through some brick walls for us.”

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