Published: 14:00, 09 June 2015
Nathan Green has left Dartford to sign for their Kent rivals Margate.
Former Tonbridge and Dagenham winger Green joined the Darts in January and made 15 appearances for Tony Burman's side in the Vanarama Conference.
Dartford boss Burman offered Green new terms in May but the 24-year-old rejected those and will now visit Princes Park as a Margate player in Vanarama National League South.
Gate sssistant manager Stuart Cash said: "Nathan will provide us with some experience down the left side. We are delighted to be able to add him to our squad."
Margate have also signed 24-year-old midfielder Danny Green from Maidenhead United.
Green played for Dagenham, Dover and Bishop's Stortford before helping Maidenhead avoid relegation from Vanarama Conference South last season.
Cash said: "Danny is another fantastic addition to our squad for next season.
"He will bring a vast amount of experience to the squad.
"His set plays will provide danger in the opposition box and he will give us some extra flare in the midfield."
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