Dover Athletic have confirmed the signing of striker Moses Emmanuel following his departure from Vanarama National League rivals Bromley
Emmanuel, who previously went under the name Moses Ademola, needs no introduction to Whites fans.
The popular attacker was at Crabble between 2012 and 2014 and played an integral part in the side that won promotion to the National League, before moving to Bromley.
Emmanuel hit 20 goals for Bromley last season – adding to his 17 in the 2014/15 season – a feat which saw him coveted by a number of Football League sides this summer – including Kent rivals Gillingham – but on the eve of the new season, manager Chris Kinnear has pulled off a significant coup in tempting the player back to the Kent coast.
Dover have also added Jahmal Howlett-Mundle to their squad.
A commanding and strong defender, the former Hearts and Crystal Palace man has impressed on trial at Crabble in pre-season.
The London-born centre-back spent nine seasons at Crystal Palace before moving north of the border to Hearts, where he was on the brink of the first-team before his departure.