Ade Yusuff's endeavour has attracted Dover to giving him an opportunity to score some goals for them, says Dulwich Hamlet boss Gavin Rose
DULWICH HAMLET manager Gavin Rose has released striker Ade Yusuff and he has been swiftly snapped up by Dover Athletic.
The 25-year-old scored seven goals in 15 appearances during his time at Champion Hill, having been lured away from Isthmian Premier Division side Folkestone Invicta with the opportunity to train full-time.
Rose told the club website: “Ade always worked honestly and tirelessly for the team and that endeavour has attracted Dover to giving him an opportunity to score some goals for them. We wish Ade all the best on his move to Dover.”
The former Dagenham & Redbridge striker scored 51 goals in 102 appearances for Neil Cugley’s Folkestone Invicta, as well as scoring 24 goals in 38 games for Chatham Town.
A Dover Athletic statement said: “Yusuff, who will wear the number 14 shirt, is in contention to make his debut for Dover in the National League match at Chorley on Saturday 21 December due to being cup-tied for the FA Trophy.”
Andy Hessenthaler’s side are in fifteenth-place in the Vanarama National League table with 32 points from their 23 league outings, while Dulwich Hamlet are in the bottom four in the Vanarama National League South table with 19 points from as many games.
Dover Athletic travel to Vanarama National League North leaders King’s Lynn Town in The Buildbase FA Trophy First Round on Saturday, with the game being settled on the day with extra-time and penalties, if needed.
Hornchurch – fourth-place in the Isthmian League Premier Division - host Dulwich Hamlet in the same competition.
Both games will kick-off at 15:00.