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Player Profile - Anwar Uddin

Date Signed : 15/7/04
Signed From : Bristol Rovers
Cost : Free
Date of Birth : 1 November 1981
Height : 6'2"
Place of Birth : Whitechapel
Position : Defender
Nationality : English
Previous Clubs : West Ham, Sheffield Wednesday, Bristol Rovers, Hereford United(Loan), Telford United (Loan)
Career History

Anni signed for the club during the summer of 2004 after being released by Bristol Rovers. The no-nonsense defender began his career at West Ham, working his way up throught their youth and reserve teams where he was captain. Although highly regarded, he was never able to break through to the first team and in February 2002 moved to Sheffield Wednesday.

His stay was brief though, moving to Bristol Rovers the following summer after only 4 months and no appearances for the Championship club. He was an almost ever present in the following season until the end of October, picking up a groin injury which he was to struggle with for the rest of the season.

After making a couple of appearances the following season he was loaned out to Hereford and Telford, and was released by Rovers at the end of the season.

Anni has been one of John Still's most astute signings. Both physically and mentally strong, he generally just gets on with his game without much fuss and is certainly a welcome addition the Daggers' defence. He seems to have had a positive and calming affect on Ashley too, much in the same way as Lee Matthews did in past seasons.


Anni an almost certain goal versus Accrington
(copyright Dave Simpson)


Anwar beating a man to the ball versus Burton Albion
(copyright Dave Simpson)


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