Tony Burman has warned Dartford can forget about winning the league unless they pull together on and off the pitch. Darts have been top of National League South since November but second-placed Havant & Waterlooville are just three points behind them with three games in hand. Burman’s side host Truro on Saturday in a game which carries huge significance for both teams.
Daryl McMahon feels new signing Corey Whitely is a player who can take Ebbsfleet to the next level. Whitely has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract at Fleet after joining the club for an undisclosed fee from Dagenham & Redbridge. The 26-year-old forward could have moved to the Football League in January but Daggers' financial troubles have now allowed McMahon to bring in a genuine star of the non-league game. McMahon said: "He’s one of the best players in the division.
So angry with their showing in the reverse fixture, McMahon demanded a response from his players and they delivered a professional display to earn a third straight National League win. Fleet pressed high, were sensible in possession and took their chances when they came. McMahon said: "It was a proper performance from us in every sense. We defended well, passed it well, were aggressive, on the front foot and I thought we looked a very good side. "We tried to force them to go long.
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