Lindie Leaves Ebbsfleet

By: Steve Sutcliffe |
24/10/09 |
James Lindie while at Southend United

Ebbsfleet United striker James Lindie has left the Blue Square Premier club after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.

The 19 year old centre forward came through the ASE programme at Southend Utd in 2008 but was subsequently released after a year as a Professional with the League One Club.

Having joined Fleet in the summer Lindie has seen his playing time restricted to just six appearances after a succession of ankle and back injuries, with three of them coming from the bench.

Lindie was on the scoresheet in the Club’s first game of the season against Altrincham, but has failed to score in the other five games in which he played.

Fleet Manager Liam Daish has made no secret of the fact he wants to ship some players out of his squad so as he can bring new players in.

Elsewhere, fellow former Southend United Apprentice, Charlie Ademeno is likely to be out of Crawley Town’s FA Cup tie with AFC Wimbledon this weekend.

The 20 year old frontman is struggling with an injury and the head of the Reds’ medical team feels the former Southend United man will not be fit in time for Saturday.