Crest

The Site
Homepage
News Index
Search The Site
About The Site
Links
The Season
Fixtures & Results
League Table
Player Profiles
06/07 Photo Gallery
The Club
History
Archive 92/93 to 16/17
Match Database
Attendances
Honours
Records
Managers
Away Fans Guide
The Terraces
Messageboard
Chatroom
E-mail List
Columnists
Interviews
Downloads
Fun & Games
Daggers Dictionary

 The Poll

Daggers change of ownership: should we...

Stay as we are (Members Club)
Go with the East Consortium
Go with the Tamplin Consortium
Look for another solution


View Current Standings


DAGGERS DICTIONARY

"Dahn"
The opposite of "up".

 

 

Crest

Next Match


24 February 2018
3:00pm
Chester
Home
Vanarama National League 
 

Last Match


20 February 2018
Dover Athletic
Away
Vanarama National League 
Lost 0-1


     On This Day


In 1993,The Daggers lost 1-3 to Wycombe Wanderers Away in the Conference League Cup Semi-Final 1st Leg


In 1996,The Daggers drew 0-0 with Welling United Away in the GM Vauxhall Conference 


In 1999,The Daggers lost 1-3 to Chesham United Away in the Isthmian League Cup 2nd Round


In 2002,The Daggers beat Dover Athletic 1-0 at Home in the Nationwide Conference 
Report



In 2008,The Daggers beat Morecambe 2-0 at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 


In 2010,The Daggers beat Aldershot Town 3-2  Away in the Coca Cola League Two 


In 2013,The Daggers lost 0-1 to AFC Wimbledon at Home in the NPower League Two 


 

 


FA Cup

Ipswich Town Report
by Hardy on 05/01/2002

The Dagger's FA Cup dreams are over for another season following their 4-1 defeat by Premiership Ipswich Town. Hardy reports on the game.

Dagenham & Redbridge
1

Ipswich Town
4

McDougald 18

Peralta 31
Magilton 45
Peralta 67
Stewart 81


AXA Sponsored FA Cup, 3rd Round
Victoria Road
Saturday 5th January 2002
3:00pm
Daggers out but not down
Dagenham & Redbridge bowed out of the FA Cup after being defeated by Premiership opposition for the second successive season at Victoria Road. Once again though, the top flight opposition will know that they have been in a game.

The Daggers started fast, once again tearing in to their opponents right from the start. They forced 5 corners in the first ten minutes and had the Ipswich defence firmly on the back foot as could be seen when Hreidarsson sliced an attempted clearance almost into his own net. After 18 minutes they deservedly took the lead, Jermaine Wright tackling Danny Hayzelden (above) but only diverting the ball to Junior McDougald (right) who calmly beat Ipswich keeper Marshall to send the home fans wild.

Ipswich refused to panic though and began to get back into the game beginning to put the Daggers back four under some pressure and open up some space. After 31 minutes the visitors were level, Martijn Reuser finding all sorts of space on the Daggers right and crossing to find Argentine Sixto Peralta whose header went in off Tony Roberts left hand post.

The game became one way traffic for a while and Reuser had a shot blocked by Paul Terry when it seemed he must score before Ipswich eventually did take the lead just on the stroke of half time. Marcus Bent chested down a ball and Jim Magilton picked his spot with a great shot from the edge of the area with Tony Roberts only able to admire it.

Just when it looked like the Daggers bubble may have been firmly burst though, Mark Janney (left) found himself with space in the Ipswich box and should have scored, but dragged his shot just wide to leave the Daggers trailing at half time.

Tony Roberts was forced into a save early in the second half saving with his legs from Magilton, but the Daggers pressed forward looking for an equaliser and Lee Goodwin (right) headed over from Hayzelden's corner when he really should have hit the target. This left gaps at the back though and Ipswich always looked capable of grabbing another goal. This duly came when Peralta scored again in the 67th minute from another Reuser cross.

Even after this McDougald had a good shout for a penalty turned down as the home side refused to give in, but it wasn't to be and Marcus Stewart, in his first game back from a broken jaw, ran clear to score Ipswich's 4th in the 81st minute to end the game as any kind of a contest.

So it was the result that the head had suggested rather than the one the heart had wished for, and Ipswich Town fans can be proud of the way their team coped with a tricky no-win situation on the day. Daggers fans can be proud too of the efforts of their team who can now go back to concentrating on the more important matter of gaining promotion to the Football League having pocketed over 300,000 in prize and TV money from the FA Cup run.

Meanwhile, Boston United's Nationwide Conference game at Doncaster Rovers was a victim of the cold weather so the situation in the league stays as it was. That will no doubt give Garry Hill a cause to smile this evening.

It will be interesting to see how the Daggers approach the FA Trophy game against Eastbourne Borough next Saturday, a game that poses the converse problem to today with the Daggers firm favourites to win against a team two divisions below them.

Teams


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE


IPSWICH TOWN

1 Tony ROBERTS
2 Mark ROONEY
3 Ashley VICKERS
4 Lee GOODWIN
5 Mark SMITH
6 Steve HEFFER
7 Mark JANNEY (off 72)
8 Paul TERRY (off 72)
9 Danny SHIPP
10 Junior MCDOUGALD
11 Danny HAYZELDEN (off 83)

12 Jason BROOM (on 83)
14 Mark BRENNAN (on 72)
15 Steve MCGAVIN (on 72)
16 Ken CHARLERY
18 Paul GOTHARD (GK)

1 Andy MARSHALL
15 Chris MAKIN
19 Titus BRAMBLE
5 Hermann HREIDARSSON
17 Wayne BROWN
7 Jim MAGILTON
14 Jermaine WRIGHT
35 Sixto PERALTA (off 72)
30 Martijn REUSER
11 Marcus STEWART (off 84)
38 Marcus BENT (off 64)

21 Keith BRANAGAN (GK)
3 Jamie CLAPHAM
12 Richard NAYLOR (on 64)
9 Pablo GONZALEZ COUNAGO (on 84)
22 Tommy MILLER (on 72)

Attendance: 5,949
Ref: Mr R Styles


DiggerDagger's Man of the Match



Junior McDougald

Always a problem to the Ipswich defence

Ipswich Town Factfile


 

 

 

 

DiggerDagger.com is an independent website and the views expressed are not necessarily those of Dagenham & Redbridge Football Club