Published: 15:46, 26 February 2019
| Updated: 15:48, 26 February 2019
Margate have signed forward Tobi Sho-Silva on loan from National League side Dover.
The 23-year-old goes straight into the squad for Tuesday's Bostik Premier game at home to Carshalton.
Sho-Silva joined Dover in the summer of 2017 but has found opportunities limited since Andy Hessenthaler replaced Chris Kinnear as manager during the autumn.
The former Charlton youngster's last start for Whites was at home to Salford in October, and he was then sent out on loan to Chelmsford before returning to Crabble.
Sho-Silva, who has also played for Welling and Bromley, is the second player from Dover to move to Hartsdown following winger Kadell Daniel who was manager Jay Saunders' first signing.
Daniel scored his first goal for the Blues in Saturday's 3-0 win at Corinthian Casuals – a result which extended Margate's unbeaten run under Saunders to three games.
Noel Leighton, who is on loan from Dagenham & Redbridge, also got off the mark in that game, scoring twice.
Margate go into the Carshalton game 15th, two places and six points behind their opponents.
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