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Nathan Collier leaves Dartford to sign for Eastbourne Borough

Nathan Collier in action for Dartford against Welling Picture: Andy Payton
Nathan Collier in action for Dartford against Welling Picture: Andy Payton

Dartford utility man Nathan Collier has left the club to sign for Eastbourne Borough.

The 28-year-old joined the Darts in July 2012 from Hampton & Richmond Borough and spent three seasons with them in the Conference Premier.

Collier started 67 games for Tony Burman's side and made 50 substitute appearances, scoring six goals.

He was used in defence, midfield and attack during the club's spell in non-league's top flight.

Collier's departure follows that of defender Callum Driver, who signed for Maidstone last week.


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