New footage has emerged of the moment a BMW carrying several Gills' players lost control and smashed into a wall.
The vehicle went over the brickwork in Woodlands Road, Gillingham, and hit a parked car on a drive.
Those believed to be involved included right-back Cheye Alexander, midfielders Jonny Williams, Timothee Dieng, George Lapslie and striker Macauley Bonne.
It is understood they were on their way to or from training at around 10.50am on Thursday.
The video, which has been shared far and wide on social media, has stirred a lot of online reaction.
One person commented: “Thank God nobody was hurt players or pedestrians.
“Hope it’s not a bad omen for Saturday, must have shaken them up badly.”
Another said: “Lucky no one was hurt. The pedestrian walking just before the bridge wouldn't have stood a chance on the pavement a minute earlier.
“Glad no one was seriously hurt.”
A resident, who did not want to be named, was working from home when he heard a “loud screech of tyres and a loud bang”.
He said: “It looked like everyone was okay because there were no ambulances.
“The players got picked up by colleagues in other cars and then the driver [of the BMW] waited.
“It looks like it’s caused a lot of damage. The neighbours are shocked. The guy who lived there was opening his curtains as it happened so he saw it.
“This road has a school on it. It’s lucky it’s school holiday time or people could have been hurt.”
The owner of the house where the wall was destroyed did not wish to speak at length, only saying the driver “is a nice bloke, it was an accident”.
At the time a police spokesman said: “Kent Police was called at 10.51am to a collision involving three cars.
“Officers attended the scene where no injuries were reported and arrangements were made to recover one of the vehicles.”
The League 2 club’s head of media and communications, Phill Catterick, declined to comment – saying it was “not a club matter”.
Top-of-the-table Gills play bottom-placed Colchester at Priestfield this afternoon.