Defender Mark Onyemah says he leaves Dartford with his head held high

Friday 01st November 2019

MARK ONYEMAH says he leaves Dartford with his head held high after being released by the club today.

The 23-year-old defender originally joined the club on loan from Luton Town in 2015, making his full debut on 8 August 2015 against Hemel Hempstead Town.

Onyemah’s previous club’s include Thurrock, Hampton & Richmond Borough and Concord Rangers and the left-back has been at Princes Park since July 2017.

“My goal to become a Dartford legend has come to an end,” Onyemah said on Twitter.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time at such a great club.  I leave with my head held high.  Wishing everyone connected to Dartford Football Club nothing but success.  Thank you for everything.”

Dartford are in the bottom four in the Vanarama National League South table with 14 points form as many games.

Steve King takes his side to an old club in the shape of Eastbourne Borough tomorrow, a side in sixteenth-place in the pecking order with 16 points from their 15 league outings.

Meanwhile, Welling United boss Mark Goldberg has returned to his former club Bromley to pick up striker Korrey Henry, 19, on an initial one-month loan.

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