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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


 

 


Violent Conduct!

Two Off As Daggers Lose 100% Record
by Nelson on 28/08/2004

Tim Cole sees red and the Daggers concede a late goal to lose their 100% record.

Dagenham & Redbridge
1

Woking
1

Moore 24

Cole s/o 68

Evans 80

Oliver s/o 68

Nationwide Conference
The Glyn Hopkin Stadium
Saturday 28st August 2004
3:00pm
Two Off As Daggers Lose 100% Record
The Daggers today saw a player sent-off for the second match running and lost their 100% record, only drawing 1-1 with Woking at the Glyn Hopkin Stadium.

With, as predicted, an unchanged team apart from the enforced absence of Ashley Vickers, replaced by the impressive Shane Blackett the Daggers really never got to grips with a strong physical Woking side throughout the 90 minutes.

Woking started the better, raiding through Raphael Nade up the right with Foyewa buzzing around in the box. The dominance never really created anything clear cut though. Even so, it was something of a surprise when the  Daggers took the lead through Chris Moore (right)  in the 24th minute.

Lee Flynnís pass set up Moore in space in the Woking area and he held off the attentions of Neil Smith before coolly slotting home beyond Woking keeper Adriano Basso. 

Flynn nearly made it two when his well struck free-kick was well saved by Basso and at the other end Tony Roberts (left) kept the Daggers in front going in at the break saving from Ian Selley from a similar distance.

The second half continued much as the first, with few real chances. Glen Southam hit a long range shot that flew just wide of Bassoís right hand post while Richards was about to hit a right footed shot in the penalty area only to be denied by a magnificent last gasp tackle from Anwar Uddin. 

The incident that the game will best be remembered for came in the 68th minute when both sides were then reduced to ten men. Tim Cole (right) and Luke Oliverís became embroiled in a tangle that lead to fifteen-man fracas. After the referee restored some element of control Cole saw a straight red for a head butt while Oliver saw a second yellow and also therefore an early bath. 

Not really a captain's example from Cole, who also lost it last season against Accrington it will be recalled, and Cole will now miss the tough looking games against Crawley, York and Accrington.

After readjustments were made, it was Woking that struck back with what was probably a deserved equaliser in the 80th minute. Nade struck a fierce volley against Roberts left hand post and the poorly named Steve Evans reacted quickest to turn the rebound in.

The Daggers chased the win with a late Conference debut for Tony Boot and almost grabbed it when Glen Southam's (left) header went inches wide after the best move of the game but no-one in the disappointing 1,512 crowd can really complain about the game ending with a point each.

The result leaves the Daggers still top but only on goals scored from Barnet who won 4-0 against Northwich Victoria.

Teams


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE


WOKING

1 Tony Roberts
2 Tim Cole (sent off 68 mins)
4 Lee Goodwin
5 Shane Blackett
6 Jake Leberl
7 Mark Janney
8 Glen Southam
9 John Taylor (off 74 mins)
15 Anwar Uddin
16 Lee Flynn (off 83 mins)
23 Chris Moore

Substitutes

27 Abiodun Baruwa
10 Craig Mackail-Smith (on 74 mins)
11 Tony Boot (on 83 mins)
12 Scott Griffiths
14 Danny Hill

20 Adriano Basso
2 Karl Murray
4 Neil Smith
5 Johnathan Boardman
7 Ian Selley
8 Scott Canham
9 Justin Richards
10 Amos Foyewa
16 Stephen Evans
17 Luke Oliver (sent off 68 mins)
18 Raphael Nade

Substitutes

1 Shwan Jalal
11 Steve Ferguson
15 Michael Johnson
21 Simon Jackson
22 Alex Tiesse

Referee
Mr M.Harris
Attendance
1,512
DiggerDagger's Man Of The Match


Lee Goodwin

Never looked anything but in full control


 

 

 

 

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