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     On This Day


In 1994,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Kettering Town Away in the GM Vauxhall Conference 


In 2000,The Daggers beat St. Albans City 2-1 at Home in the Ryman League Premier 


In 2008,The Daggers beat Hereford United 1-0 at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 


In 2011,The Daggers lost 1-2 to Bournemouth at Home in the NPower League One 


 

 

Player Profile - Steve Heffer
Date Signed : Summer 1999
Cost : 5,000
Date of Birth : 11 January 1973
Place of Birth : London
Position : Midfield
Nationality : English
Terrace Nickname : Heff
Previous Clubs : West Ham United, Southend United, Swindon Town, Grays Athletic, Hendon, Boreham Wood
Career History
Steve became Garry Hill's fourth signing, joining The Daggers from Boreham Wood for 5,000 during the summer of 1999 and remains one of the few players in the squad that Garry has paid a transfer fee to sign. Steve began his career at West Ham, where his father, Paul, played during the early 1970's. After leaving The Hammers he then went on to have spells with Southend, Swindon, Grays Athletic, Hendon, before moving to Victoria Road from Boreham Wood.

Steve is a player that rarely gets noticed unless he is missing when you surely notice that things are different. He hasn't always been the most popular with the fans, but interestingly enough is now beginning to be appreciated having been suspended for five games having picked up consecutive red cards this season. The difference in the way the team played during his absence was obvious to even the most one-eyed Dagger fan.

Steve has been pressed into duty as a makeshift central defender on occasion, particularly in the long term absence of Tim Cole and Lee Matthews last season, and never looks out of place playing there. He has passed his 130th game for the club and has scored ten goals in that time, including a brace in the LDV match against Leyton Orient.


Steve on the ball against Telford


Steve in action against Telford


Steve in action against Northwich Victoria


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