Published: 00:00, 26 October 2018
Dartford will take their time in signing a new goalkeeper to replace Deren Ibrahim.
Saturday’s game against Truro could be Ibrahim’s last for the club before taking up a full-time coaching position at Charlton.
Darts have been forced into the transfer market but joint-manager Adam Flanagan has called for cool heads.
He said: “Deren has made himself available until we’ve got cover.
“We’d like to get someone in sooner rather than later but it’s a big decision and we need to make sure the appointment is the right one.
“We don’t want to make a decision in haste. There’s always keepers you’d like but can’t afford and some of the keepers are contracted.
“We’ve put a seven-day approach in for a keeper and we’ve enquired into the loan market as well.
“It’s a very important position for us. There will be a new face in goal but whether it will be this Saturday or next, we need to take our time and make the right decision.”
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