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Dartford FC agree new contracts with 10 players for next season

By Steve Tervet

Dartford have announced their retained list - and it's good news for their supporters.

The majority of this season's squad will be at Princes Park again next season, with Tom Wynter - who joined Margate last week - the only senior player to move on so far.

Luke Wanadio is considering a new deal while youngsters Kaka Dembele and Ben Francis have left the club by mutual consent.

The majority of Dartford players are staying on next season Picture Matthew Walker

The majority of Dartford players are staying on next season Picture: Matthew Walker

Club captain Elliot Bradbrook heads the list of players staying, alongside Ryan Hayes, Lee Noble, Danny Harris, Deren Ibrahim, Andy Pugh, Duane Ofori-Acheampong, Keaton Wood, Alex Brown and Tom Murphy.

Defenders Tom Bonner and Ronnie Vint were already under contract for next season.

Dartford manager Tony Burman said: "I have offered Luke Wanadio and Tom Wynter new deals for the new season which Luke is still considering at this moment in time.

"Tom Wynter turned down the offer of new terms which I fully respect and would like to thank him for all his efforts for DFC and wish him all the best for the future.

"After discussions with Kaka Dembele and Ben Francis it was mutually decided that to progress their own development they needed to be playing regular first team football. These two young players have been a credit to DFC and I wish them all the very best for the future.

"I am delighted with the work we have completed so far and without doubt we have an excellent group of players to start the foundations and build for the new season."

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