Danny Kedwell’s four-and-a-half-year stay at Ebbsfleet United has come to an end after the striker announced his departure on Instagram.
The former Fleet skipper, who hit 65 goals in his time at Stonebridge Road (making him the 12th highest goalscorer of all-time at the club), said: “It’s time to say goodbye to Ebbsfleet United… getting into three play-offs, and getting promoted in one as captain of the club which I’ll never forget.
“I would like to thank my ex-teammates, they have all been a credit to work with day in, day out. I made some great friends and I wish them all the best for the future and I’d like to thank all the fans for your great support, you’ve been brilliant.”
Kedwell totalled 206 appearances for the Fleet (184 starts) after making his debut against Forest Green Rovers in the FA Trophy in January 2015. Signed from Gillingham, by Jamie Day, he notched his first goal in his second game, a penalty at Sutton United, and scored his last ever one in the 3-3 draw at Havant & Waterlooville in April.