Published: 10:30, 01 October 2019
| Updated: 10:31, 01 October 2019
Alex Flisher has quit Dartford for personal reasons after only four months at Princes Park.
The former Maidstone winger joined the Darts in June after leaving Isthmian League Margate.
He dislocated his shoulder in a friendly against Gillingham, missing the start of the National League South season.
Since regaining fitness he's played mainly out of position at left-back following the departure of another summer signing, Luke Warner-Eley.
Darts announced Flisher's exit in a statement on their website which said: "After discussions with Tony Burman, Alex Flisher has decided to leave Dartford FC for personal reasons."
Caretaker boss Burman said: "I would like to thank Alex for his efforts and honesty while playing for Dartford FC, and I would like to wish him all the very best for the future."