A list of players to represent both clubs
Ahead of our trip to Dover this weekend, we look at some of the players to represent both clubs during their career.
Our current number 8, Tyrone Marsh, made the direct move between these two clubs in the summer after leaving The Whites by mutual consent.
He began his career at Oxford United, and enjoyed several loan spells away from the club, before eventually joining Ebbsfleet United on a permanent basis in 2014.
However, he moved away from Stonebridge Road the following summer – linking up with Torquay United – before moving to The Crabble Athletic Ground for an undisclosed fee ahead of the 2016/17 season.
After putting in several good displays so far this season, Marsh will be looking forward to making the journey to his former employers.
A Macclesfield Town youth graduate who will be lining up against his former employers this weekend.
Having initially being promoted to the first team at Moss Rose by current boss John Askey, Lewis would go on to thrive. He made close to 100 appearances during his time with The Silkmen and netted 16 times before departing to Cambridge United for an undisclosed fee.
However, after failing to settle in Cambridgeshire, he joined The Whites on loan until the end of the season.
Payne turns out for Shrewsbury Town these days, but earlier in his career, he represented both clubs.
He left then National League South side, Sutton United, to make the move to Macclesfield Town in 2013.
However, his spell at Moss Rose would only prove to be a short one, and he made the move to Ebbsfleet United before subsequently joining AFC Hornchurch.
He joined Dover In 2014 and made close to 100 appearances in two seasons before moving on to Championship side Barnsley in the summer of 2016.
By Steven Dale.