Fleet attain Payne for new campaign

Josh Payne will make the Kuflink Stadium his permanent home beginning on 1st August as he becomes the sixth signing to be revealed ahead of the 2020/21 season. The 29-year-old midfielder, who departed parent club Crawley Town earlier this summer, has already endeared himself to Fleet fans across a six-month loan spell last season, during…

Fleet boss answers fans’ questions

The club arranged for Dennis Kutrieb to throw open his doors and field questions from two Fleet supporters yesterday morning as he and the football world edges nearer to a return to action. YouTubers and Fleet supporters Ben Brown and Nathan Holt were granted access to Kutrieb by the club and plugged into separate Zoom…

Sefa’s a safe bet at the back

Ebbsfleet United’s latest signing adds a central defender to manager Dennis Kutrieb’s squad – and it’s a player the manager knows very well indeed. Sefa Kahraman, 23, has signed from Kutrieb’s former employers Tennis Borussia Berlin having helped the German club to successive promotions, most recently in 2019/20. The 6ft 1in Berlin native started out…

Fleet face masks available for pre-order

The club now has available for pre-order our own Fleet-branded face covers. Currently on order with our supplier, we will be despatching these to supporters who buy online as soon as our delivery arrives here at the Kuflink Stadium. With the UK government having announced the wearing of face coverings to be mandatory in shops…

West targets his best

Michael West is hoping for his “best Ebbsfleet season” following his return to the club from Eastbourne Borough – and for anyone who remembers his contributions from 2010-12 especially, a reinvigorated West can only be a good thing. “I probably haven’t really enjoyed my football as much as I could have over the past few…

Frankie goes as business beckons

Ebbsfleet United midfielder Frankie Sutherland will not be at the club next season following the player’s decision to leave full-time football to pursue a business opportunity. The 26-year-old, who signed for the club after leaving Bromley last August, has used his break since the coronavirus lockdown to go into business with his father-in-law, and so…

Fleet go West as club favourite returns

Michael West today returns to the club where he made a huge impact as he signs for a third spell in Fleet colours. The attacking midfielder broke into the Fleet first team from the club’s youth ranks as a 16-year-old, making his debut in the Kent Senior Cup in November 2007 before his league debut…

Fleet’s aspiration the big draw for Hadler

Ebbsfleet United’s newest recruit Tom Hadler has been up close and personal in the National League South more than most at the Kuflink Stadium and he’s convinced his new club will have what it takes. Having played 22 times for Eastbourne Borough last season, the former Gillingham goalkeeper knows what’s bred success in the South…

Fleet welcome new handler in Hadler

Ebbsfleet United have landed their first new face of the summer as Eastbourne Borough goalkeeper Tom Hadler is added to the ranks today. The 6ft 4in Canterbury-born player is a product of the Gillingham Academy and he spent more than six years at Priestfield, having been handed his League One debut in April 2018 by…

‘Click early and push on’ says returning Alfie

Alfie Egan used the word ‘exciting’ more than once on his return to the Kuflink Stadium to sign a new deal when asked about the task ahead for Dennis Kutrieb’s new squad. The 22-year-old became the second announced signing of July, following Jordan Holmes’ return, and he has admired the ambition and intent already evident…