EBBSFLEET UNITED

squad 2023/24

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1 Mark Cousins

1 Mark Cousins

GOALKEEPER
2 Luke O'Neill

2 Luke O'Neill

DEFENDER
3 Joe Martin

3 Joe Martin

DEFENDER
4 Josh Wright

4 Josh Wright

MIDFIELDER
5 Jack Wakely

5 Jack Wakely

DEFENDER
7 Omari Sterling-James

7 Omari Sterling-James

MIDFIELDER
8 Ousseynou Cissé

8 Ousseynou Cissé

MIDFIELDER
9 Rakish Bingham

9 Rakish Bingham

STRIKER
10 Craig Tanner

10 Craig Tanner

MIDFIELDER
11 Darren McQueen

11 Darren McQueen

MIDFIELDER / STRIKER
12 Chris Haigh

12 Chris Haigh

GOALKEEPER
13 Harrison Firth

13 Harrison Firth

GOALKEEPER
14 Dominic Poleon

14 Dominic Poleon

STRIKER
15 Greg Cundle

15 Greg Cundle

MIDFIELDER
16 Franklin Domi

16 Franklin Domi

DEFENDER
17 Toby Edser

17 Toby Edser

MIDFIELDER
18 Billy Clifford

18 Billy Clifford

MIDFIELDER
19 Matthias Fanimo

19 Matthias Fanimo

MIDFIELDER
20 Chris Solly

20 Chris Solly

DEFENDER
21 Nathan Odokonyero

21 Nathan Odokonyero

STRIKER
22 Ben Chapman

22 Ben Chapman

DEFENDER / MIDFIELDER
23 Hayden White

23 Hayden White

DEFENDER
24 David Amoo

24 David Amoo

MIDFIELDER/STRIKER
25 Shaq Coulthirst

25 Shaq Coulthirst

STRIKER
26 Declan Skura

26 Declan Skura

DEFENDER
27 Bryant Bilongo

27 Bryant Bilongo

DEFENDER
28 Tommy Fogarty

28 Tommy Fogarty

DEFENDER
31 Dominic Samuel

31 Dominic Samuel

STRIKER
33 Jordon Ibe

33 Jordon Ibe

MIDFIELDER
36 Myles Kenlock

36 Myles Kenlock

DEFENDER
Danny Searle

Danny Searle

MANAGER
Anwar Uddin

Anwar Uddin

ASSISTANT MANAGER
Jeff Richardson

Jeff Richardson

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Katie Knowles

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1. MARK COUSINS

Signed from Bromley in summer 2022, the experienced and highly rated Cousins made his League debut in the Championship with Colchester United in 2007 after progressing through the club’s youth ranks, going on to play 70 games  in the League for the Essex side before a move to Dagenham & Redbridge in 2014. 

He played for the Daggers in League Two and the National League for four years, helping them into the 2016/17 play-offs, and featured at Goodison Park in an FA Cup game against Everton. He repeated the FA Cup heroics with a year as Barnet’s No.1 in 2018/19 where he shut out Championship side Sheffield United in the Bees’ run to the Fourth Round. 

Two successful seasons with Bromley in the National League followed, where he was part of the squad that won the FA Trophy at Wembley, before he made his move to the Kuflink Stadium.

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02. LUKE O'NEILL

A summer 2022 signing, the full-back boasts more than 300 Football League appearances through his career. The former Leicester City academy product, who made his senior debut in the Championship for the Foxes, helped Mansfield Town into the Conference play-offs in his first full season of competitive football in 2011/12. Such was his form with the Stags that Burnley paid a fee to take him to Turf Moor in 2012. 

He played for York City and Scunthorpe United on loan before two seasons at League One level with Southend United. The defender continued to see regular action in League One with Gillingham where he spent a further two seasons and AFC Wimbledon on another two-year deal. 

He was with Kettering Town briefly before a return to the EFL with Stevenage where he helped the Boro secure the points that ensured their League status. An excellent crosser of the ball from his right-back berth and with clinical set-piece delivery too, O’Neill has an excellent record of assists to add to his defensive duties.

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03. JOE MARTIN

Left-sided defender signed in June 2021 after leaving Stevenage. He is a former England youth international who started out in West Ham’s youth side, where his father Alvin made almost 600 appearances. 

Martin made his senior debut in the Championship with Blackpool in 2007/08, going on to play for Gillingham where he won the League Two title in 2012/13. He then enjoyed another two years at the same level with Millwall and made it to two play-offs with the London club, clinching another promotion in 2016/17 as the Lions ascended into the Championship. 

Having also played for Bristol Rovers on loan, his latest two clubs have been Northampton Town and either side of those, two spells with Stevenage.

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4. JOSH WRIGHT

A 32-year-old midfielder who brought with him a wealth of experience gained across more than 400 games in the EFL upon signing for the Fleet from Billericay Town in summer 2022. An all-round skilful and visionary midfielder, Wright was a former Charlton Athletic and England international youth who spent two seasons in the Championship with Scunthorpe United. 

He stayed at that level following a move to Millwall in 2011 before the first of a couple of spells at Leyton Orient. He was back in Kent in 2015, firing 14 goals from midfield as Gillingham’s captain, winning a number of player of the year awards at Priestfield in 2016/17. 

After three seasons with the Gills, Wright stayed in League One with Southend United and Bradford City and has since played for Leyton Orient once more and Crawley Town before a brief spell at Billericay last season.

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5. JACK WAKELY

Tall, calm centre-back signed on a season-long loan from Wycombe Wanderers in summer 2023. He rose through the ranks at Chelsea and was at Stamford Bridge from the age of nine until turning professional with the Blues aged 17 in 2019.

His first taste of senior football came with a loan spell at Basingstoke Town as a teenager and, while part of Chelsea’s development side, he also had a temporary period with Brighton and Leicester City U23s. In all, Jack made 52 appearances for Chelsea’s U18s and U23s and was part of the 2017/18 U18 Premier League-winning squad.

He signed for his hometown club Wycombe in the summer of 2021. National League experience was also gained in 2022 as he featured on loan in Maidenhead United’s final seven games.

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7. OMARI STERLING-JAMES

A highly rated quick and creative winger who joined the Fleet from Kidderminster Harriers in summer 2022. The Saint Kitts and Nevis international, who holds 13 caps for his country, received his football grounding as a youth player with Birmingham City before making his name at non-league level as a goalscoring attacker for Alvechurch and Redditch United. 

Such form brought him to the attentions of Cheltenham Town and he made the move to League Two in 2014. After loan spells with Oxford City and Gloucester City, and a successful period with Solihull Moors in the National League, he returned to the EFL and spent three seasons at Mansfield Town. 

September 2020 saw a move to Kiddy where he was part of the side that reached Round 4 of the FA Cup and he played against West Ham United, his free-kick assisting the goal that was just seconds from achieving a famous Cup giantkilling.

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8. OUSSEYNOU CISSÉ

A French-born former Paris Saint-Germain youth who stands 6ft 5in in height, Cissé played five times for Mali including in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. After seven years with PSG’s academy, he played for Amiens in the French second and third tiers as well Dijon and Tours, with time in Spain and Belgium in between.

The defensive midfielder’s first taste of English football arrived in 2017 when he spent two seasons with MK Dons in League One, following that up with promotion from League Two with the same club. After that, Cissé played for Gillingham before joining Leyton Orient and making 50-plus appearances in League Two.

A spell at Oldham Athletic was followed by a season in Hampshire with Eastleigh where he was a mainstay in their midfield. He signed for the Fleet in the summer of 2023.

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9. RAKISH BINGHAM

An experienced and versatile striker, Bingham arrived at the Fleet in September 2020 and was top scorer last season. The forward has a strong background north of the border, having played for Falkirk, spent two seasons in the SPL with Hamilton Academical and most recently helped Dundee United achieve promotion to the Scottish Premiership. He started out with Wigan Athletic’s academy, progressing to the then Premier League side’s reserves before signing permanently for Mansfield Town. 

A loan spell at Hartlepool United turned into a permanent move and Bingham spent the 2015/16 season as a regular in the Pools lineup in League Two. Bingham moved back to Scotland in 2016 with Hamilton, twice extending his contract with the club. He scored 11 goals for the Accies, including one against Celtic in 2017/18, and was a regular starter for them across two and a half seasons. 

Following a short spell with Cheltenham Town, Bingham signed for Doncaster Rovers in League One, moving on to Dundee United on a short-term deal in February 2020. Since joining the Fleet, Bingham has scored almost 30 goals for the club and is a deadly penalty taker who also chips in with a huge amount of assists, making him a massive asset up front.

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10. CRAIG TANNER

A talented winger or attacking midfielder signed from Aldershot Town in June 2021. Tanner began his career with Reading’s academy from the age of 8, signing a professional contract in 2011 and he made his debut in the Championship in 2014/15. He became a regular with AFC Wimbledon on loan in League Two and then enjoyed a longer two-season spell with Plymouth Argyle from 2015-17. 

Tanner helped The Pilgrims into the play-off final in his first season and then to the League Two runners-up spot and promotion the next. His next move was to the Scottish Premiership with Motherwell and scored nine goals for the club in his first season of 2017/18. He returned to England in September 2019 to sign for Aldershot Town, making a big impact at the EBB Stadium and scoring on his debut v Stockport County. He netted seven times in all for the Shots in 28 appearances. 

Capable of operating down either wing or just behind the forwards, he is calm on the ball but exciting, quick and creative with it – so much so that he led the charts with 16 assists for the Fleet last season.

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11. DARREN McQUEEN

Fans’ favourite McQueen rejoined the Fleet for a second spell in summer 2022 having originally fired the club into the National League in 2017 courtesy of his winning goal in the promotion final. 

A former Tottenham youth player, he was originally signed by the Fleet after a striking spree for Maldon & Tiptree and he fired 20 goals in his debut season with the club. In all, the pacy McQueen scored 25 goals in 72 games in his first spell and was also capped by England C before moving on to Sutton United in November 2018 – during his third season with the Fleet – and from there to Dartford where his goals helped the club to the promotion final in 2020. 

He signed for Dagenham & Redbridge off the back of that success and spent last season on loan with Dulwich Hamlet, where he scored against the Fleet in a league game. More of an out and out striker in his first spell with the club, McQueen is now used in more of a wide position since returning.

12. CHRIS HAIGH

Signed from Concord Rangers in June 2021, the goalkeeper had made headlines with a man-of-the-match performance for the Beachboys in their FA Trophy Final at Wembley, and his services were much in demand this summer. He had been at Concord since 2019, making more than 50 appearances in all for the club. 

Prior to his move into the National League South with Concord, Haigh was voted player of the season at Heybridge Swifts as he helped them win the Isthmian North play-off final in 2018/19. He has enjoyed a solid grounding having played for Watford’s U21s and also gained experience with Maldon & Tiptree.

Chris is currently on loan with Oxford City, with whom he won the play-offs in 2022/23.

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13. HARRISON FIRTH

Goalkeeper who signed first-team forms the day after his 18th birthday in August 2021. A graduate of the club’s Academy, Firth first appeared in the squad in a Kent Senior Cup tie in early 2020 and began to train alongside the first-team. 

At the end of the 2020/21 season he took part in several training matches with the squad and following more appearances in pre-season, became a full first-team member in the summer. 

He has also played on loan for Punjab United in the SCEFL Premier Division and is currently at the same level with Meridian VP, having signed on loan for them in August 2022.

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14. DOMINIC POLEON

Experienced, exciting forward who has played more than 200 matches in the EFL, he signed for the Fleet in February 2021. An ex-Chelsea and Southend United youth player, he was the leading scorer in Leeds United’s U18s before turning out 36 times for the Whites across three seasons in the Championship from 2012-15. 

Away from Elland Road, he spent four years in League One with Bury and Sheffield United on loan and then permanently with Oldham Athletic, AFC Wimbledon and Bradford City. An undisclosed fee took him on to Crawley Town on a two-year deal in 2018/19 after which he spent time with Newport County and Dover Athletic. 

A very pacy centre-forward who can also play wide, he scored two goals in his opening three games for the Fleet and then last season built on that with two hat-tricks as he finished as top scorer with 17 goals.

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15. GREG CUNDLE

The Bromley local netted a hat-trick in his first trial game in 2020 and subsequently signed for the season. Cundle came through Gillingham’s youth ranks and made his debut in 2017 against Rochdale in League One. 

He played eight times for the Gills at that level, also appearing on loan for East Grinstead Town, Tilbury, Margate, Billericay Town, Bishop’s Stortford and Kingstonian, scoring 26 times in 60 games across those spells. 

Following his release by Gillingham, he returned to Kingstonian and then East Grinstead, where he was the club’s player of the year, scoring 20 goals in 25 games. That earned him a move to Concord Rangers last summer but injury prevented him establishing himself in the side. 

An adaptable forward, he can play wide or through the middle. He earned a new contract in 2021 following a series of eye-catching displays in practice games after the 2020/21 season ended and last season was utilised as a winger instead of his former role as a centre-forward.

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16. FRANKLIN DOMI

A full-back who first arrived on loan from QPR in March 22, the young defender moved permanently the Fleet in summer 2022 after his release from Loftus Road. He is an attack-minded player, good at getting forward from a full-back position to kick-start an attack.

The Albanian U20/21 international had been in West London since 2019 and has previous loan experience in the National League South with Concord Rangers and Eastbourne Borough.

The promising young player started out with Enfield Borough as a teenager and came to the notice of QPR in early 2019, becoming a regular in the Championship side’s U23 squad.

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17. TOBY EDSER

Signed following a successful trial period in July 2022, creative, intelligent and attacking midfielder Edser moved from Aldershot Town where he’d spent the last two seasons in the National League. He spent his formative years with Fulham and Charlton Athletic, moving on to Nottingham Forest on a two-year scholarship in 2018.

He won the U18s league at the City Ground and captained Forest’s U23 side before gaining senior experience in two loan spells in the National League with Woking. Following his departure from Nottingham Forest, Edser was snapped up by Aldershot Town.

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18. BILLY CLIFFORD

The only mid-season addition to the title-winning squad of 2022/23, the experienced creative and combative midfielder signed in January 2023 after departing Havant & Waterlooville. Having served Chelsea as a youth and played for Colchester United and Royal Antwerp on loan, he played in the Football League for Walsall and Crawley Town.

His experience in the National League came in two spells with Boreham Wood and following short stays with Hemel Hempstead Town and Billericay Town, Clifford tasted success in 2019/20 when he won the National League South title with Wealdstone and was named in the Team of the Season.

In 2020 he joined Havant and was a mainstay in the Hawks midfield for more than two seasons as they battled in the top spots of the league. Long an admirer of the midfielder, Dennis Kutrieb wasted no time in adding him to the Fleet squad on his departure from Havant.

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19. MATTHIAS FANIMO

Speedy winger signed in July 2023 after carving out a career in the Balkans, where he spent the last five years. Starting out in West Ham’s Academy system, Fanimo played in the FA and League Cups for the Hammers and earned his first EFL start on loan with Tranmere Rovers.

He gained experience of the English non-league scene with Bishop’s Stortford, Eastleigh, Margate and Hornchurch before moving abroad, signing for Slovenian club Drava Ptuj in 2017. Scoring 19 goals in 29 games for them, he then switched to the Bosnian league, representing Mladost Doboj Kakanj.

A €50,000 fee took him to the top division in the country in 2020 when he was signed by Sarajevo and he scored 10 goals in his first season, finishing as runner-up in the Bosnian Premier League and winning the national cup. He also tasted European football, featuring in a play-off against Celtic. He began last year in Croatia with Slaven Koprivnica , moving back to Slovenia with top-flight outfit FC Koper.

Fanimo skippered the England U16 side to Victory Cup success in his youth and also played for the U17s and U18s alongside future Premier League stars such as Raheem Sterling and Jordan Pickford. One of his key attributes is his pace and he was once described as “the fastest footballer on the planet” after a 9.8 metres-per-second sprint was tracked!

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20. CHRIS SOLLY

Hugely experienced full-back who played more than 300 times for Charlton since making his debut in the Championship at the end of the 2008/09 season. He became increasingly influential in the Charlton side and aged 20 was twice voted Supporters Player of the Year. 

Solly was a regular for the Addicks at right-back across the next four seasons in the Championship, winning two promotions in 11 years in a Charlton shirt. 

He departed The Valley in summer 2020 and began training with the Fleet in December 2020. The club then made his stay permanent and he combines his playing role with a first-team coaching role on the management staff. And last season he picked up the Players’ Player of the Year award. 

Prior to his time in Charlton’s first-team, Solly spent two years as an England youth international, making 15 appearances for the national side.

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21. NATHAN ODOKONYERO

Promising young forward signed from Bognor Regis Town for an undisclosed fee in July 2023 following a successful trial.

He struck 25 goals in the Isthmian Premier in 2022/23 where he finished among the top three scorers in that division. And in the season before that, he fired 11 more aged just 17 after stepping up from Lincoln City’s academy, a total of 36 goals in his last 50 starts at senior level.

The Fleet’s latest signing came through youth systems at Chelsea and Brighton before settling up north with Lincoln. He moved to Bognor Regis Town in 2021, firing goals galore for the Rocks across the past two seasons.

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22. BEN CHAPMAN

A former Crystal Palace youngster, the highly versatile Chapman turned professional at Gillingham, rising through the youth ranks and being handed his senior debut in 2017. He made six senior appearances for the Gills, also turning out for Faversham Town on loan. 

He rejected a new contract at Priestfield in favour of first-team football and joined Dulwich Hamlet in the summer of 2019. After a season in South London, he signed for the Fleet in July 2020 and now embarks on his third season at the Kuflink Stadium. 

A two-footed box-to-box midfielder, Chapman is also capable of slotting into numerous positions in the middle as well as right-back and centre-back where, despite his unorthodox size in that position, shows great aerial ability. 

His flexibility and fantastic form for the club last season earned him the Supporters’ Player of the Year last season and despite plenty of interest in the summer, he chose to extend his stay with the Fleet to the delight of all at the club.

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23. Hayden White

A former Sheffield Wednesday youth player, the full-back broke into senior football at Bolton Wanderers and made his debut in the Championship as a teenager for the Trotters.

Loan spells in Leagues One and Two for the likes of Carlisle United, Bury, Notts County and Blackpool followed before he signed for Peterborough United and then settled at Mansfield Town in 2017.

White spent more than three seasons with Mansfield, playing in excess of 80 times for the club after which he joined Walsall in 2020. He made more than 100 appearances for the Saddlers over the past three years before moving back south to the Fleet in 2023.

A versatile player, he favours the right-side of defence but likes to get forward as well.

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24. DAVID AMOO

Born in South London, the fast winger started locally in Millwall’s youth team with a goalscoring record that attracted Liverpool, who he signed for in 2007 aged 16. After reaching the FA Youth Cup Final with the Reds, he broke into the first-team squad under Roy Hodgson and played in the UEFA Europa League.

His first EFL action came on loan with MK Dons, Hull City and Bury before permanent stays with Preston North End and Tranmere Rovers. From 2013–15, he enjoyed his best goalscoring spell at Carlisle United, earning the club’s player of the year award in 2014.

Amoo spent the next two years in Scotland, helping Partick Thistle to their highest Scottish Premiership finish in 35 years in 2016/17. He has spent the past seven seasons in League Two with Cambridge United, Port Vale – helping them to the play-offs and promotion in 2021/22 –Stevenage and most recently Crewe Alexandra.

He signed for the Fleet in summer 2023 for his first ever National League campaign.

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25. SHAQUILE COULTHIRST

A February 2022 arrival signed after leaving Billericay Town, Shaq is an experienced front man who came through Tottenham’s academy, earning loan moves to clubs including Torquay United, Southend United and York City. Peterborough United paid a fee to sign him permanently in 2016 and he also played in the EFL for Mansfield Town and Barnet. 

In his three years at The Hive, Coulthirst was the star of Barnet’s FA Cup run, scoring goals in both Round Three and Round Four against Championship opposition. 

After playing almost 100 times for the North London club, he moved on to Boreham Wood and then had a short-term deal at Billericay before signing for the Fleet.

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26. DECLAN SKURA

Signed on loan in January 2024 from Wycombe Wanderers until the end of the season, the centre-back is a big talent with great EFL potential.

After time in the academies of Chelsea and Reading, he moved into non-league as a teenager, playing for Hanworth Villa in the Combined Counties League as well as representing Middlesex U18s before he stepped up two levels to join Kingstonian in November 2020 at the age of 18.

He made 40 appearances for the Ks before a trial at League One Wycombe last season quickly impressed the Chairboys coaching staff and he signed a contract at Adams Park in February 2023.

He has made impressive performances for the Wycombe development squad and this season has also appeared three times in the EFL Trophy.

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27. BRYANT BILONGO

Left-sided defender signed on loan from Middlesbrough until the end of the season.

Bryant blossomed in non-league with Hanworth Villa after a youth career at AFC Wimbledon, breaking into senior football in 2020/21. He moved on to sign for Kingstonian and within weeks was being watched by Premier League clubs, trialing with Chelsea before signing for Middlesbrough for a fee in January 2022.

The defender made his debut for the Championship club in the EFL Cup and was on the bench for both semi-final legs against Chelsea. He additionally has National League experience following a spell on loan with Woking last season.

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28. TOMMY FOGARTY

A centre-back signed on loan from Birmingham City in February until the end of the season.

Fogarty, who has captained the Republic of Ireland at youth level, signed a professional contract with the Blues in summer 2022 after completing his scholarship with the club’s academy. He has since signed an extension to his stay at St Andrew’s until 2026.

Fogarty started out in the Blues’ U18 side before a jump to the U23s where he has continued to shine. The defender has represented both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland at youth level, starting out south of the border up to U18 level before switching to Northern Ireland in 2022. He made his U21s debut last year.

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31. DOMINIC SAMUEL

Experienced striker signed in October 2023 who began his career coming through Reading’s youth ranks. He enjoyed loan spells with clubs including Gillingham before a three-year stay with Blackburn Rovers, helping the club to promotion from League One to the Championship.

In 2020 he returned on a permanent basis to Gillingham, staying with the Priestfield club for a season before a move north of the border with Ross County.

He spent two years in the SPL before a move back south brought him to the Fleet and he scored on his debut for the club at Hartlepool.

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33. JORDON IBE

A former Liverpool and Bournemouth attacking wide midfielder/forward who joined the Fleet in October 2023 on his return to the game after a period out.

An England youth international, Ibe was at Wycombe Wanderers when he became the Football League’s youngest player at 15 years old in 2011. He signed for Liverpool the following year and made his Premier League debut at the end of 2012/13.

He enjoyed a successful season-long loan with Derby County in the Championship and also played for Birmingham City before a return to Anfield where he went on to score in the Europa League and Premier League for the Reds, for whom he played 58 times in total. A £15m fee took him to Bournemouth in 2016 where he made a further 92 appearances over four seasons before a brief spell back at Derby County in 2020/21.

After recovering from a broken leg, Ibe is now set on resuming his football career at the Fleet.

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36. MYLES KENLOCK

The experienced defender moved to the Kuflink Stadium in October 2023, having played in the Championship with Ipswich Town. The 26-year-old came through the Suffolk club’s academy, joining in 2014 and he made his debut for the Tractor Boys at the end of the 2015/16 season.

He went on to make more than 100 appearances for the Portman Road side up to 2022 before appearing 18 times for Colchester United on loan.

He then stayed in League Two with a move to Barrow before ending 2022/23 at Aldershot Town.

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