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Dartford manager Tony Burman adds former Southend United and Barnet striker Harry Crawford to his squad

30 July 2014
by Luke Cawdell

Harry Crawford scored a hat-trick for Dartford against Alfreton in 2012 Picture Andy Payton

Harry Crawford scored a hat-trick for Dartford against Alfreton in 2012 Picture: Andy Payton

Striker Harry Crawford has agreed to return to Dartford for a third spell.

The 22-year-old joins from Barnet - the club he joined back in January 2013 after a successful stint with Tony Burman’s Conference Premier side.

Crawford scored 13 goals from 17 starts during his initial period with the Darts and netted again during a brief loan spell last year.

He is now back at Princes Park permanently, to compliment a strike force which already includes Andy Pugh, Danny Harris and Tom Bradbrook.

Burman said: “I have been talking with Harry for a number of weeks and wanted him to come back to strengthen the squad.

“Harry knows a lot about the club and I feel we will get the best out of him for the coming season.”

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