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Dartford FC sign former Welling United and Concord Rangers winger Lyle Della-Verde

By Steve Tervet

Dartford have made winger Lyle Della-Verde their first summer signing.

The 22-year-old played for Welling and Concord in National League South last season.

Della-Verde's arrival follows the departure of fellow wide man Luke Wanadio to Bromley last month.

Lyle Della-Verde with Dartford manager Tony Burman

Lyle Della-Verde with Dartford manager Tony Burman

Dartford manager Tony Burman said: "Lyle is a wide player who can play on both wings.

"He is a good footballer and at an age that I feel we can continue to improve him.

"I feel he will be a good addition to the squad."

Della-Verde, a youth player with Tottenham, Southend and Fulham, was loaned to Bristol Rovers in 2014 and played seven games in the Conference.

Released by Fulham in summer 2015, he moved on to Fleetwood of League 1 and made eight appearances there before joining Crawley for the latter part of that season.

Della-Verde played 12 times for Crawley in League 2 but was on the move again last summer, joining Welling and playing against the Darts at Princes Park in September.

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