FC Halifax Town host Ebbsfleet United this Tuesday. Ahead of the match we look at one player to look out for.
Ebbsfleet’s Danny Kedwell has netted 12 times so far this season in 28 appearances. His goals have helped the fleet climb to 9th in the Vanarama National League.
Starting his career with Chatham Town, Kedwell spent time with several clubs in Kent such as Tonbridge Angels and Maidstone United. He made his breakthrough at Welling United where he scored just under 40 goals in 70 appearances.
Kedwell joined AFC Wimbledon in 2008 whilst they were in the Conference. He started in the play-off final win over Luton in 2011 that saw them promoted to the Football League for the first time. He scored the winning penalty that saw the Dons win.
Following promotion, Kedwell joined League Two side Gillingham and spent four years with the club. He scored 40 goals in over 100 appearances for the side, helping them win promotion to League One in 2012.
Kedwell joined Ebbsfleet in the January of 2015 and last season reached the 20-goal milestone as Ebbsfleet reached the playoffs. In the reverse fixture this season, Kedwell netted Ebbsfleet’s third of the day from the penalty spot.
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