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No Robbo Today

West Ham Report
by Nelson on 19/07/2003

Report from The Glyn Hopkin Stadium where Garry Hill's new-look Daggers entertained a West Ham United XI in a pre-season friendly.

Dagenham & Redbridge

West Ham United

Pre-Season Friendly
The Glyn Hopkin Stadium
Saturday 19 July 2003
Inauspicious Start For New-Look Daggers
With less than a month until the start of the Daggers' 2003/04 Nationwide Conference season, today saw Garry Hill's revamped side take to the field against a West Ham United side bereft of any household names.

The main interest for the Daggers fans will be on the line-up fielded by Hill and with Garry changing the team quite comprehensively for the second half, it will have given him more of an idea as to his first choice eleven. In fact, only three players who had played in the first half for the Daggers took to the field in the second half and only James Pullen and Mark Smith (left) played for the whole of the 90 minutes.

Triallist Neale Fenn (right) played the first 45 minutes with Leon Braithwaite and Alex Meechan in a 3-4-3 formation. In the second half Keith Scott and Mark Stein made it a more orthodox 2 up front in a 3-5-2.

The only goal of the match was scored by West Ham's Greg Pearson in the 22nd minute when he lashed home a somewhat fortuitous rebound.




James Pullen (off 45 mins)
Ashley Vickers (off 45 mins)
Lee Goodwin (off 45 mins)
Mark Smith
Jimmy Jackson (off 68 mins)
Mark Bentley (off 45 mins)
Paul Terry (off 45 mins)
Tarkan Mustafa (off 45 mins)
Alex Meechan (off 45 mins)
Leon Braithwaite (off 45 mins)
Neale Fenn. (off 45 mins)


Sasha Opinel (on 68 mins)
Tim Cole (on 45 mins)
Paul Bruce (on 45 mins)
Chris Piper (on 45 mins)
Lenny Piper (on 45 mins)
Danny Hill (on 45 mins)
Mark Stein (on 45 mins)
Danny Shipp (on 45 mins)
Keith Scott (on 45 mins)
Paul Rutherford (on 45 mins)
Tom McGowan
Jamie Murat

David Forde
Trent McGlenahan
Brent Tattam (off 83 mins)
David Shaw
Anton Ferdinand
Darren Blewitt
Jemal Henry
Danny Bunce (off 88 mins)
Greg Pearson
Daryl McMahon
Mitchell Cole


Phil Lumsden (on 88 mins)
Liam Parrington (on 83 mins)
Darren Bechett
Sam Wright
Marcel Collington
Ian Tucker
Sam Lee

Attendance: 1,355
Match Photos

Ashley Vickers before the game

A cast of thousands on the Daggers bench

Leon Braithwaite and Mitchell Cole

Smudger keeps an eye on some Hammer or other

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