Category: Signing Reaction


Brandon Pierrick puts pen to paper on a deal with the Whites.

Pierrick Brandon Leroy Keutcha signs as a free agent to bolster Mitch Brundle’s squad and add more excitement to this new look Dover squad. Known as Brandon Pierrick, the 21 year old winger will be looking to make a good impression at Crabble after having already appearanced in the Premier League, Scottish Premier League and Danish Superliga.

Pierrick made his debut for Crystal Palace in the 2019-20 season and then moved north to Kilmarnock to gain some more experience on loan. The next stop on his footballing journey took him to Denmark and Vejle Boldklub where the winger made a handful of appearances. The Whites had to wait for International clearance before announcing the deal. 

Pierrick will wear the number 32 and is available for selection this weekend.

We welcome you to Crabble, Brandon.


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Dover Athletic are delighted to announce the signature of midfielder Jack Munns on a two-year deal from July 1st.

The 25-year-old Londoner joins having spent last season with fellow National League side Dagenham & Redbridge.

The attacking midfielder spent his early years with Leyton Orient, Tottenham Hotspur and Charlton Athletic, before moving to Cheltenham Town in 2015, winning the National League title in his first campaign with the Robins.

Munns netted nine times in 60 appearances during two seasons with Cheltenham, including a hattrick against FC Halifax Town in October 2015.

He then moved to Hartlepool United following the County Durham side’s relegation from the Football League in 2017, before moving back south to join the Daggers in September 2018.

Welcome to Crabble Jack!



Assistant manager Jake Leberl is confident new signing Tobi Sho-Silva will have a bright future at Dover after the former Bromley striker put pen-to-paper on Saturday.

The 22-year old signed a two-year deal to become Dover’s sixth new signing so far this summer.

Sho-Silva scored 11 goals in 38 National League appearances last season.

Leberl is delighted the former Charlton youngster will now be calling Crabble home for the next two seasons.

He said: “We believe that how Tobi finished last season in this league that he can push on and develop into a real asset with the attributes he has.

“He did very well for Bromley last season showed he has plenty of potential.

“We are really excited to have signed him and are very much looking forward to working with him.”

Sho-Silva joins fellow new arrivals Connor Essam, Manny Parry, Kane Richards, Mitch Brundle and Jamie Allen at Crabble.