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In 1995,The Daggers beat Bath City 1-0 at Home in the GM Vauxhall Conference 

In 1997,The Daggers beat Dulwich Hamlet 2-0  Away in the ICIS League Premier 

In 2000,The Daggers beat Hampton & Richmond Borough 3-2  Away in the Ryman League Premier 

In 2006,The Daggers beat Kidderminster Harriers 3-0 at Home in the Nationwide Conference 

In 2011,The Daggers lost 0-1 to Plymouth Argyle at Home in the NPower League One 

In 2017,The Daggers beat Wrexham 1-0  Away in the Vanarama National League 

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Player Profile - Mark Stein
Date Signed : 1 August 2001
Signed From : Luton Town
Cost : Free Transfer
Date of Birth : 28 January 1966
Height : 5'6"
Place of Birth : Cape Town, South Africa
Position : Forward
Nationality : English
Terrace Nickname : Steino
Previous Clubs : Luton Town, Aldershot, Queens Park rangers, Oxford United, Stoke City, Chelsea, Ipswich, Bournemouth

Games/goals (to end 2002/03) : 83 / 47

Career History
Signed prior to the 2001/02 season on a free transfer from 3rd Division side, Luton Town, Mark is a fast and powerful forward with experience at the highest level.

Starting his career as a junior at (then 1st Division) Luton Town in 1983, he spent 5 seasons with the Hatters, only interrupted by a brief loan spell at Aldershot Town.

In 1988, he moved to Queens Park Rangers for 300,000 before transferring to Oxford United in 1989. A loan spell at Stoke City in September 1991 was made permanent in the November with a 100,000 fee.

In 1993 though, Mark really made it when he was signed by Premiership Chelsea for 1.5million. In his first season for the Club, he netted 13 times in 18 appearances. In total, he scored 25 goals in 58 starts for the Blues. During his time at Stamford Bridge, he had a two month spell back at Stoke City, scoring 4 goals in 11 appearances. He also had loan spells at Ipswich Town and Bournemouth before joining the South Coast club permanently in 1998 on a free transfer.

Mark returned to Luton in July 2000 but failed to regain his form that had made him a favourite at Kenilworth Road and he moved to the Daggers in time for the 2001/02 campaign.

During the 2001/02 season, he was the Daggers' top scorer and second highest scorer in the Conference. He also became a firm favourite with the Victoria Road faithful.

After a slow start due to a number of niggley injuries in 2002/03 he ended the season top scorer again and scored three times in the end of season play off, including in the final at Stoke City.

A more in depth record of Mark Stein's career can be found here.

Mark celebrates with Steve McGavin and Paul Terry during the Leigh RMI match

Mark during the Telford match

Mark during the Telford match

Mark races for the ball at Farnborough

Mark at Farnborough

Mark in goalmouth action in the Nuneaton Borough match

Mark and a Nuneaton Borough defender

Mark takes a penalty against Burton Albion

Mark celebrates with Junior McDougald having scored against Burton Albion

Mark on the ball against Burton Albion

Mark before the Forest Green Rovers match

Mark in action at Basingstoke

Mark races through at Basingstoke

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