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Replacing striker Harry Crawford is proving tough for Dartford manager Tony Burman

By Luke Cawdell

Dartford manager Tony Burman is facing up the the challenge of replacing striker Harry Crawford.

The former Darts frontman (pictured), 21, scored his first goal for Barnet on Saturday after leaving Princes Park for Underhill on a free transfer.

Dartford’s semi-professional status has hindered attempts to sign players already this season and Burman is facing the same issue again.

He said: "I’m disappointed that I haven’t been able to bring someone in.

"I’m getting gazumped at the last moment. It’s to do with being part-time. I will continue looking and hopefully I can bring someone in."

Dominic Green’s one-month loan spell from Dagenham & Redbridge expires this weekend but the winger is available to play at Lincoln.

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