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Essex coastal resort boasting the longest pleasure pier in the world and the place where the characters from Eastenders go on holiday, although unfortunately, no football.

 

 

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     On This Day


In 1994,The Daggers lost 1-2 to Woking at Home in the FA Trophy 2nd Round


In 2000,The Daggers lost 4-5 to Heybridge Swifts Away in the Ryman League Premier 


In 2002,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Hayes at Home in the Nationwide Conference 
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In 2005,The Daggers lost 0-2 to Scarborough Away in the Nationwide Conference 
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In 2008,The Daggers beat Chester City 6-2 at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 


In 2011,The Daggers beat Yeovil Town 2-1 at Home in the NPower League One 


 

 


Whos that?

Daggers Exit the GLS
by Hardy on 27/01/2005

A much changed Daggers side went out of the Conference League Cup at the first hurdle.

Margate

3

Dagenham & Redbridge

1

Jjunju 43
Smith 48
Clarke (pen) 90

Boot (pen) 89

GLS Cup, Fourth Round
The Homelands Stadium, Ashford
Tuesday 25th January 2005
7:45pm
Daggers exit the GLS Cup
A much changed Daggers side went out of the Conference League Cup, currently known as the GLS Cup, at the first hurdle to Conference South side Margate at Ashford.

On a very cold night on a difficult pitch and in snow flurries the team Moses Jjunju put the Gate 1-0 up shortly before half time and Ross Smith made it two just after.

Tony Boot scored from the penalty spot after 89 minutes to give brief hope but the Che Stadhardt made the game safe from another penalty two minutes into injury time after Warren Barton, on a rare appearance in a Daggers shirt, had fouled.

The game saw no debut for new signing Morgaro Gomis, but a decent showing by young goalkeeper Simon Overland who has had the sub gloves in two recent Conference fixtures.

Dagenham & Redbridge: 1. Simon Overland, 2. Danny Foster, 3. Shane Blackett, 4. Warren Barton, 5. Jamie Smith (14. Andre Fashanu 68mins), 6. Jake Leberl, 7. Ryan Maxwell, 8. Glen Southam capt (12. Bai Mass Lette Jallow 68mins), 9. Matthew Judge (15. Liam Francis 72mins), 10. Tony Boot, 11. Tom McGowen 

Attendance: 131


 

 

 

 

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