Published: 00:00, 05 May 2015 |
Updated: 12:28, 05 May 2015
Dartford have released winger Luke Daley but offered new terms to Nathan Green
Daley initially joined the Darts on trial last summer after leaving Braintree Town and he went on to make 31 league appearances for the club, scoring once.
Meanwhile, former Tonbridge player Green arrived on a free transfer from Dagenham & Redbridge in January and has played 15 times for Dartford.
Manager Tony Burman said: "I have now spoken to all players from last year’s squad. I will be releasing Luke Daley and I have offered new terms to Nathan Green and am waiting to hear from him.
"As you can appreciate, with some players football is their main source of income and I have to respect that they may need to play elsewhere in a full time environment, therefore these players will be given more time to consider their options.
"I have also offered a number of players to come back for pre-season, especially if they do not find new clubs.
"This time of year is always difficult for players that have played for you; decisions have to be made in the best interests of Dartford FC.
"I’d like to wish Luke all the very best for the future and thank him for his help throughout the season."
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