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19 October 2019
Carshalton Athletic
FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round

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Notts County
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     On This Day

In 1992,The Daggers lost 1-2 to Macclesfield Town at Home in the GM Vauxhall Conference 

In 1998,The Daggers beat Chipstead 2-0 at Home in the FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round

In 2000,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Heybridge Swifts at Home in a friendly match

In 2009,The Daggers beat Bradford City 2-1 at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 

In 2015,The Daggers lost 0-1 to Hartlepool United at Home in the Sky Bet League Two 

In 2017,The Daggers lost 0-1 to Leyton Orient Away in the Emirates FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round Replay



Player Profile - Steve McGavin
Date Signed : 1 August 2001
Cost : Free Transfer
Date Left Club : 21 September 2002
Cost : Free
Date of Birth : 24 January 1969
Place of Birth : North Walsham
Height : 5'8"
Position : Midfield/Forward
Nationality : English
Terrace Nickname : Mac
Previous Clubs : Ipswich Town, Sudbury Town, Colchester United, Birmingham City, Wycombe Wanderers, Northampton Town
Career History
Steve started his career in the youth team at Ipswich Town, but moved to Sudbury Town where he was bought by Colchester United for a fee of 10,000 in July 1992. In his first spell at Colchester Steve played 70 games, scoring 19 goals and helping the U's to the Conference and FA Trophy double. He then caught the eye of Barry Fry, then manager of Birmingham City and moved there for 150,000 in January 1994. In just over a season at Birmingham though he made 33 appearances, scoring 5, before moving on again to Wycombe Wanderers for 175,000. He was at Wycombe for nearly 4 years making 140 appearances and scoring 18.

In the close season of 1999 Steve was released by Wycombe and signed briefly for Northampton Town before moving back to Colchester. In this second spell at Layer Road Steve made a further 82 appearances and scored 19 times. In the close season of 2001 Steve could not agree terms for a new contract and moved to Victoria Road.

Since arriving Steve has been in and out of the side playing mostly in midfield, but is beginning to make his mark. He scored a Beckham'esque free kick against Luton Town in the LDV game and his range of passing, versatility and work rate won the fans round.

In September, Steve was released by the Club and took over as manager of Harwich and Parkeston.

Steve shows a sure touch against Nuneaton (2001/02)

Steve celebrates against Leigh RMI

Steve in action against Telford

Steve at Basingstoke

Steve (still) at Basingstoke

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