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Pinnock earns League move

Mitch Pinnock has become the third player to leave Dover in less than a week after signing for AFC Wimbledon.

Football first for Aslan

Sittingbourne manager Aslan Odev will always put football before finances when talking to transfer targets.

Bird signs for Maidenhead

Ryan Bird has turned down a contract offer to stay with Dover Athletic and has signed for Maidenhead United.

Parry joins Boreham Wood

Former Dover Athletic defender Manny Parry has signed for National League rivals Boreham Wood.

Darts land striker

Dartford have added to their strikeforce while Alfie Pavey has found himself a new club.

Blair can count on Hodge again

Damien Hodge has agreed to remain as Hollands & Blair’s assistant manager.

Fleet new boy aiming high

Ebou Adams believes he could win the National League with Ebbsfleet United next season.

Wynter set for Stones exit

Alex Wynter looks set to leave Maidstone after talks with manager Jay Saunders.

Darts waiting for answers

Dartford are prepared to play the waiting game in a bid to bring in more new players.

Jay's staying at Stones

Maidstone chief executive Bill Williams says boss Jay Saunders is staying at the club.


McMahon "flattered" by EFL interest

Ebbsfleet boss Daryl McMahon has spoken out following approaches from Football League clubs for his services.


We've been good to him

Neil Cugley is confident Scott Heard will sign a new deal at Folkestone Invicta.

Title talk a compliment says Town boss Denly

Hythe Town are now being talked about as contenders for automatic promotion.

Aslan knows his players

Aslan Odev is confident Sittingbourne players will resist any interest from former Brickies boss Nick Davis.

Saunders favourite for Macc

Maidstone boss Jay Saunders is odds-on favourite to be named Macclesfield's new manager.


McMahon in demand

Ebbsfleet have received a number of approaches from EFL clubs for their manager Daryl McMahon.

Fleet close on striker

Ebbsfleet have identified the striker they want to sign and could do the deal within the next week.

Fleet's patience pays off

Ebou Adams has revealed why he turned down Leyton Orient to sign for Ebbsfleet.

Why be a referee?

Read our big interview with the Kent FA's man in charge of recruiting, retaining and developing match officials.


A fresh start

Stuart Lewis is looking forward to working with new Maidstone assistant manager Steve Watt.

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