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DAGGERS DICTIONARY

"Robbo"
Either, (1) a goalkick or clearance that finds touch in your own half of the field, or, (2) an unbelievably late and unlikely equaliser (as in "Steve Heffer got a Robbo in the Orient game.")

 

 

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     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 
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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 


 

 


2-2 back to the Vic

Plymouth Argyle Report
by Nelson on 04/01/2003

Full-Time report from Home Park where the Daggers took on Plymouth Argyle in the FA Cup 3rd Round, hoping to make the 4th Round for the first time in their history.

Plymouth Argyle
2

Dagenham & Redbridge
2

Stonebridge 44
Wotton 61

Paul Terry 13
McDougald 67

FA Cup 3rd Round
Home Park
Saturday 4 January August 2002
3:00pm
Daggers hold on for replay
The Daggers today forced a well-deserved and hard-earned replay at Home Park against Second Division, Plymouth Argyle.

The Daggers dictated the play for much of the game and made the afternoon very uncomforable for Paul Sturrock's Pilgrims. The match started brilliantly for the visitors when DiggerDagger.com's man-of-the-match Junior McDougald (left) forced a corner in the first minute with the Plymouth defence all at sea. Shortly after, John McGrath blazed his shot over after the ball was knocked to him by West.

The hosts did have an attack in the opening period, winning a corner but from the flag kick, Junior McDougald showed startling pace to get through on goal but put his shot just wide.

The Daggers got the goal that their early pressure deserved in the 13th minute when Paul Terry headed home a centre from John McGrath (right) from the edge of the six yard box.

As the half wore on, the hosts seemed to settle more with Stonebridge putting a header just wide. However, the Daggers also went close with Steve West (left) placing his shot past the post and McDougald seeing his shot headed out for another corner. From this corner, Argyle nearly crafted an equaliser but Stonebridge's shot deflected out for a goal-kick.

The Daggers were still doing their utmost to extend their lead and McGrath put a shot close. Argyle, though, were increasingly having more of the play and Evans saw his shot tipped round by Tony Roberts (right) for a corner. From this corner, the Pilgrims levelled the score. A cross from the left was laid back by Coughlan and Stonebridge headed the ball home despite serious doubts over the legality of Coughlan's challenge on Matthews.

Stonebridge went close twice more before the interval, but Roberts was equal to his first effort and he volleyed his second well over.

It was clear that Sturrock had had strong words with his side at half-time and Argyle came out with more determination and organisation. Paul Wotton saw his free kick well saved by Roberts and Aljofree and Norris both had efforts that went close. However, the Daggers found themselves a goal down in the 61st minute. A foul on Norris by Paul Terry (left) earned both a free-kick and a yellow card for Terry. Wotton took the kick and drove it into the wall and it deflected beyond Roberts' reach and into the corner of the net.

From a free-kick in the 67th minute, the Daggers pulled back level. The free-kick was played long by Roberts and McDougald (right) was quickest to react, lifting the ball beautifully over the despairing Larrieu into the back of the net.

Coughlan went close for the hosts but in stoppage time, the Daggers nearly grabbed a win when Coughlan miskicked the ball and McDougald latched onto it, only for the danger to be cleared.

The replay is currently scheduled for Tuesday 14 January at 7:45pm, although the match may be seen as a candidate for televising which would mean the date changing.

As always, we will keep you updated here.

Teams


PLYMOUTH ARGYLE


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

1 Romain Larrieu
2 David Worrell
15 Paul Wotton
5 Graham Coughlan
18 Hasney Aljofree
11 Martin Phillips (off 61 mins)
20 Jason Bent (off 81 mins)
12 Steve Adams
26 Dave Norris
9 Mickey Evans
10 Ian Stonebridge (off 74 mins)

Substitutes

23 Luke McCormick
3 Brian McGlinchey
4 David Friio (on 61 mins)
19 Marino Keith (on 74 mins)
21 Blair Sturrock (on 81 mins)

1 Tony Roberts
6 Steve Heffer
5 Mark Smith
17 Lee Matthews
3 Ashley Vickers
7 Mark Janney
8 Paul Terry
9 Danny Shipp
26 John McGrath
15 Steve West (off 85 mins)
13 Junior McDougald (off 90 mins)

Substitutes

18 Paul Gothard
14 Danny Hill (on 85 mins)
24 Steve Potts
10 Mark Stein
20 Mark Rooney (on 90 mins)

Referee: Mr T Parkes
Attendance: 11,885

DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match

Junior McDougald

Another FA Cup Goal For Junior

Match Photos


The Daggers make a big entrance at Home Park


The Daggers attack early in the game


Larrieu struggles to cope under pressure


The Daggers applaud the fans at the end of the game


Aboard the Daggers Express on the way home


Why mascots suck!


 

 

 

 

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