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Shipp sets sail

News update
by Hardy on 14/07/2004

Success in the first friendly of the new season, new player roumours and goodbye to a great club servant.

Wimbledon beaten
On Saturday the the Daggers opened the 2004/05 season with a 1-0 win over AFC Wimbledon in front of 1,009 at the Glyn Hopkin Stadium.

The game featured a number of triallists for both sides and was won by a 50th minute header by Craig Mackail-Smith from a Mark Janney cross. The Daggers also hit the woodwork twice in the game which was a decent work out for those that played.

Dagenham & Redbridge: Tony Roberts, David McSweeney, Lee Flynn (capt) (Adam Connelley 89mins), Shane Blackett (Anwar Uddin 46mins), Grant Cooper (Tim Cole 46mins), Danny Hill (Mark Janney 46mins), Fraser Toms (Tony Boot 46mins), Jake Laberl (Ben Eaton 83mins), Paul Hakin (John Taylor 46mins), Jack Midson (Charlie Bull 79mins), Craig Mackail-Smith (Tony Perfect 79mins). Unused sub: Abiodun Baruwa.

Warren Barton to sign?
The Daggers have announced on the Official site that John Still has targeted former Premiership and England International Warren Barton as a player he wants to bring to the Glyn Hopkin Stadium.

Warren started his career with John Still at the Club in a former guise (Leytonstone Ilford) in 1989 before moving to Maidstone United, Wimbledon, Newcastle United, Derby County and Queens Park Rangers.

Talks are already underway between the player and manager and Barton has a few personal issues relating to his own business to sort out before agreeing to join the Club. The full-back is keen to further his coaching and although he won’t be arriving at the Daggers as a coach, there will be opportunities for him to help out in training sessions.

Shipp sets sail
Long time Dagger, and all time club top scorer Danny Shipp has been released by Dagenham & Redbridge FC. His contract was cancelled by mutual consent and it is understood that he is talking to PurfleetThurrock FC.

Danny joined the Club from Northern Irish League side Coleraine whom he had joined from West Ham in a £150,000 deal in 1996. Prior to this he had spent two periods on loan at Victoria Road from the Hammers in 1992 and 1994. Danny is the Daggers record goalscorer with 105 goals making 305 appearances along the way.

Originally a centre forward, Danny was converted to midfield by Garry Hill over the last few seasons where he always gave his all but never really had the impact that he did up front.

DiggerDagger wishes him all the best for the future and thanks for the memories.


Danny Shipp (c Dave Simpson)


 

 

 

 

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