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Dartford FC sign Jordan Wynter from Maidstone United and Sam Blackman from Concord Rangers

By Steve Tervet

Dartford have made their first new signings of the summer.

Jordan Wynter has made his move from Maidstone permanent after spending most of last season on loan at Princes Park.

Also joining the club is midfielder Sam Blackman from Concord Rangers, the 23-year-old having come through Dartford's academy as a youngster.

.Caption:.National League South.Dartford (White/Black). vs.Billericay Town (Red).At Princes Park Dartford .No.4 Jordan Wynter shows great ball control..Picture: Phil Lee .... (8985661)
.Caption:.National League South.Dartford (White/Black). vs.Billericay Town (Red).At Princes Park Dartford .No.4 Jordan Wynter shows great ball control..Picture: Phil Lee .... (8985661)

Wynter was used in both defence and midfield and made 31 appearances, including 26 starts in the league.

Dartford joint-managers Jamie Coyle and Adam Flanagan said: "Jordan had a great impact when he came to us on loan last season and he showcased what a good player he is in a variety of positions.

"Jordan’s energy levels and commitment to the cause was without question, and we are happy to have secured his services once again for the upcoming season.”

Blackman also spent time in Millwall's academy and later played for Leatherhead.

Coyle and Flanagan said: "Sam is a Dartford lad who still lives in the town within walking distance of the club.

"As a youngster he was part of our academy and then moved onto Millwall. After spending time in America he came back and played for Leatherhead and then had a great season at Concord last season.

"Sam is a box-to-box midfielder with high energy levels and with his hunger to win, we feel Sam will be a great asset to this football club.”

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