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DAGGERS DICTIONARY

"Park Lane"
An area of tidal swampland that has been converted into something resembling a football ground with generous use of scaffolding and corrugated fencing.

 

 

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23 October 2018
7:45pm
Boreham Wood
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Emirates FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round Replay
 

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Boreham Wood
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Emirates FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round
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     On This Day


In 1994,The Daggers lost 0-2 to Merthyr Tydfil Away in the GM Vauxhall Conference 


In 2002,The Daggers lost 1-3 to Kidderminster Harriers at Home in the LDV Vans Trophy 1st Round
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In 2005,The Daggers beat Forest Green Rovers 3-2  Away in the FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round


In 2011,The Daggers lost 2-5 to Aldershot Town at Home in the NPower League Two  


In 2013,The Daggers beat Southend United 1-0  Away in the Sky Bet League Two 


In 2016,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Macclesfield Town at Home in the Vanarama National League 


 

 

Player Profile - Warren Barton

Date Signed : 17/9/04
Signed From : Wimbledon
Cost : Free
Date of Birth : 19 March 1969
Height : 5'11"
Place of Birth : Stoke Newington
Position : Defender/Coach
Nationality : English
Previous Clubs : Watford, Leyton Orient, Leytonstone, Maidstone United, Wimbledon(Twice), Newcastle United, Derby County, QPR
Career History

Warren joined the club in a coaching role in September 2004, as well as signing conference forms in case of an emergency.

Warren began his career as a YTS at Watford at the age of 14 After being told he was too small, joined the YTS scheme at Leyton Orient, where after 1 year of a 2 year contract was once again told he was told he was "surplus to requirements". He then went on to sign for Leytonstone Ilford, who were managed at the time by a certain John Still. After spending 18 months or so at Green Pond Road (where Leytonstone Ilford were sharing) Warren got the chance to be reunited with John Still at Maidstone.

Warren then got the chance to join Newcaastle when then-manager Ossie Ardiles offered 250,000 for the defender's services. Wimbledon tabled a big of 300,000 and he was on his way to join the Crazy Gang, winning the "Young Player of the Year" award in his first season.

In the June or 1995, after being with the club in what most would say their most successfull era, Warren joined the club he almost joined 5 years earlier, for 4 million.

After 7 years and over 200 appearances for the Tyneside, he joined Derby County. From there he joined QPR and then back to Wimbledon towards the end of last season.

Warren combines his coaching role at the club with working for Sky TV as an Match Analyser & Summariser.


Warren helping the players warm down after the friendly with Southend
(copyright Dave Simpson)


Warren in The Daggers' colours versus Bishops Stortford
(copyright Dave Simpson)


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