Guess who’s back…

Ebbsfleet United are delighted to announce the return of midfielder Anthony Cook to the club after the 26-year-old signed today in a move from Bromley. It will be the popular Cook’s second spell at Stonebridge Road after he originally signed from Chelmsford City in the summer of 2013. The tricky winger clocked up 86 appearances…

Charlie charges into contention

Charlie Sheringham “could be like a new signing,” Daryl McMahon has told FleetOnline. The 27-year-old striker returned from a month on loan at Bishop’s Stortford earlier this week and is set to see his first game time in an Ebbsfleet shirt since a substitute appearance in McMahon’s second game as caretaker manager. That was 11 months…

Cards clinch Cunnington loan

Ebbsfleet United have allowed a second player to be loaned to Woking with Adam Cunnington due to make the temporary switch to Kingfield later this week. The striker, who scored 10 goals last season, has found starts hard to come by this campaign with the form of Danny Kedwell and Matt Godden and the view…

Fleet 4-0 Bishop’s Stortford

Daryl McMahon will soon be rivalling former chairman Lionel Ball for the record as caretaker manager as he remained undefeated to record his third win in four matches as interim boss. And he did it in some style as Fleet turned in a performance as good as any this season to equal their best league result…

Fleet 1-1 Boreham Wood

A well-worked Adam Cunnington goal shortly before half-time looked like it was going to be enough to keep Fleet’s season just about alive and kicking until the title-chasing league leaders earned a late penalty and a point that did neither side much good at all. Jamie Day named an unchanged side for this penultimate home…

Fleet 1-0 Maidenhead United

There was a little bit of history repeating, but thankfully not too much, as Fleet overcame a Maidenhead side reduced to nine men by two sendings-off. Just as in 2010, the Magpies battled with only eight outfield players but on this occasion could not record any points. And it was Adam Cunnington’s super-fast goal inside the…

Bromley 1-2 Fleet

Fleet must wish they could travel to the league leaders every week having secured their first away win since toppling then-leaders Boreham Wood in early January. It was also the first win over Bromley at Hayes Lane since 1998 and Matt Godden will take all the plaudits for what was simply a wonder strike that caught everyone…

Fleet 3-2 Staines Town

Adam Cunnington made it six goals in four games as his brace helped Fleet to only their second league win at Stonebridge Road since September. But Staines Town pushed Fleet close with an industrious performance that kept the result in doubt to the final whistle. Jamie Day made three changes, with Kenny Clark and Ben Jefford…

Fleet 2-0 Braintree Town

Ebbsfleet United made it through to the last eight of the FA Trophy with a convincing display against Braintree Town that owed much to the predatory instincts of their strike pairing and goalscorers Danny Kedwell and Adam Cunnington. North Ferriby United now await on Saturday – no easy task against a side closer to the…

Gosport Borough 2-2 Fleet

Adam Cunnington made it three goals in two games but Fleet let in two quickfire replies from Gosport to rob them of the three points. And with results elsewhere going against them, Jamie Day’s side will need to up their win ratio starting with Staines on Tuesday week. Tom Bonner was handed his debut at the…