Two versatile players have recently moved on from Colston Avenue, writes James Barrett-Sterling.
Firstly, we bid a fond farewell to defender Kalvin Morth-Gibbs who made over 100 appearances in his time as a Robin.
The defender, who joined in 2016 from Dulwich Hamlet, has signed for Cray Valley Paper Mills whom won the Southern Counties East League with 91 points last season.
He made 116 appearances in total for the club and scored seven goals - including this cracking overhead kick versus Walton & Hersham in the FA Cup two years ago.
"The highs certainly outweigh the few lows and I leave Carshalton with so many good memories," Morath-Gibbs said.
"I'll never forget winning the league last year and particularly the home game against Whyteleafe which secured promotion. A few other performances stand out including the 10-0 win over Godalming in my first season and the recent Trophy games against Barnet.
"I'd like to thank everyone who came to support the team during my time here, especially those fans that travelled home and away every week.
"I really hope the club can go one better than last season. It's certainly possible with the people, players and staff involved."