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DAGGERS DICTIONARY

"Barnes"
Either (1) an overweight opposing forward that somehow always seems to manage to score against you, or (2) amusing banter from a player you'd love to hate but somehow have to grudgingly admire (opposite of an "Elding").

 

 

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3:00pm
Bromley
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     On This Day


In 1994,The Daggers lost 0-4 to Macclesfield Town at Home in the GM Vauxhall Conference 


In 2005,The Daggers lost 0-1 to Hereford United at Home in the Nationwide Conference 


In 2011,The Daggers lost 2-3 to Southend United at Home in the NPower League Two 


In 2016,The Daggers beat York City 2-0  Away in the Vanarama National League 


 

 


FA Cup

Basingstoke Town Report
by Hardy on 07/11/2001

Three goals to nil sounds like a comfortable win for the Daggers, but it was anything but comfortable at Victoria Road last night.

Dagenham & Redbridge
3

Basingstoke Town
0

McDougald 3
Bristow (og) 41
Charlery 73


AXA Sponsored FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round Replay
Victoria Road
Tuesday 6 November 2001
7:45pm
Daggers win but fail to convince

Dagenham & Redbridge had to fight hard to win this cup replay and a scoreline of 3-0 at the end rather flatters them. The home side signalled their intentions by lining up 3-4-3, with Mark Rooney the unlucky defender to find himself on the bench. Junior McDougald (pictured left) wore the number 2 shirt, playing on the left of a front three.

It was Basingstoke Town that shot out of the blocks though, forcing the hero of the first tie, Tony Roberts into action in the first 30 seconds. Another chance came and went for the visitors before a Charlery flick on in the 3rd minute found McDougald with all sorts of space behind the Basingstoke defence. The forward calmly shimmied to send the keeper the wrong way, and then slotted his first of a season that has seen him on the injured list for most of it.

Basingstoke rallied and had the better of the rest of the first half, a combination of bad luck and bad finishing keeping the Daggers in front. Tony Roberts though looked particularly assured despite a damp surface and slippy ball from constant rain. In the 41st minute a good move by the Daggers left Ken Charlery with a shooting opportunity and his shot across the keeper crashed into the post and then in off hapless defender Jason Bristow. No-one could argue that the Daggers were lucky to be up at all, let alone 2 goals to the good at half time.

The second half saw Dagenham exert more control on the match and begin to make inroads with some excellent passing moves. Despite this the visitors continued to press, although the lack of firepower up front meant that it never looked likely that they could pull back the deficit. In the 73rd minute the Daggers best move of the match saw half time substitute Danny Shipp, playing in central midfield, pick out Ken Charlery (pictured right) with a pinpoint cross. "Oh Kenny, Kenny" met the ball with a picture perfect volley to put the result beyond doubt. Late in the game, Mark Stein was put clean through but hit his shot too near the keeper to continue his run of games without a goal.

The Daggers will have been pleased to win this one in the end, having been all but out in the first game, but the 3-0 scoreline flatters to deceive. The win sets up a First Round Proper meeting with Southport on November 17th. Southport drew at Victoria Road in the first league game of the season, but Dagenham must be favorites to progress to the second round of the cup once again.

Teams


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE


BASINGSTOKE TOWN

1 Tony ROBERTS
2 Junior McDOUGALD
3 Ashley VICKERS (off 75 min)
4 Lee GOODWIN
5 Mark SMITH
6 Danny HILL
7 Steve McGAVIN
8 Paul TERRY (off 45 min)
9 Ken CHARLERY (off 78 min)
10 Mark STEIN,
11 Jason BROOM
12 Mark ROONEY (on 75 min)
14 Danny SHIPP (on 45 min)
15 Danny HAYZELDEN
16 Mark JANNEY (on 78 min)
18 Paul GOTHARD

1 Scott TARR,
2 Chris HONOR
3 Don FORBES
4 Jason BRISTOW
5 Paul WILKINSON
6 Mark LISK
7 Toby SUMNER
8 Richard NEWBERY
9 Jason EATON
10 Tim SILLS (off 78 min)
11 Mike DAVIS
12 Jimmy FRASER
14 Lee CHUDY (on 78 min)
15 Simon HERBERT
16 Simon ARTHUR
Attendance: 1,752
Ref: Mr D Whitestone

DiggerDagger's Man of the Match

Steve McGavin

Worked Tirelessly Throughout

Basingstoke Town Factfile


 

 

 

 

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