Nathan Ashmore says Ebbsfleet’s players should be proud of what they’ve done this season – whether they stay or go in the summer, Kent Online report.
The goalkeeper was voted player-of-the-year by Fleet supporters for the second year running, having kept 16 clean sheets in 45 league games.
Ashmore has been ever-present throughout a turbulent campaign at Stonebridge Road.
He said: “It’s been a long, hard season, physically and mentally.
“To get within two games (of the play-offs) with all the troubles that we’ve had, on and off the pitch, is testament to the players.
“You can only reflect on the results, how good the lads have been and the tight-knit group that we have in the performances over the course of the season.”
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