The most bizarre piece of news to come out of the club is the departure of the Full Members Board representative, Dave Simpson which was announced in a joint statement from the Football Club and the Full Members Committee on Tuesday 22nd May and can be found here.
Having known Dave for close on 20 years as a friend and had him as a regular collaborator on this website, where he provided most of the photos thoughout it's heyday, this was disappointing and sad news.
Looking further in to this though, the reason for his departure becomes more clear.
Simmo, as everyone knows him, was named by the owner of the NK flag, which was the first of those the caused the issues at the start of last season, as the source of the famous "fake email" in a statement on Facebook and at the Daggers Forum following a meeting with the board in April.
At the time, this seemed unlikely, however It appears that this statement is correct and the photograph of the faked email taken at the Woking away game by the flag owners was it being shown to them in the hands of Dave Simpson.
This only came to light after the meeting with the to discuss the email with the flag owners at which both supporters had their bans frm the club confirmed. Simpson was in that meeting and refused to take any responsibility.
Subsequently the flag owners sent the club a recording of a telephone call made prior to that meeting in which it is clear that their original source is in fact Simpson. From this point it became inevitable that he had to step down from the board.
Many will recall the extremely fractious Fans Forum on the 15th March 2018 at which the email saga was discussed at length, and that Simpson was sat on the top table that night and let the club rip itself apart.
We understand that the flag owners were told by Simpson that the email came from a confidential source at Maidstone United. This has been subsequently checked back with the person the fake is addressed to and confirmed not to be the case.
Simpson has since confirmed to the board that the Maidstone story is not true, but that he did not fake the email himself, it came to him from a Daggers supporter he named as Paul Johnson.
This is a name that does not appear on any club records as a member, season ticket holder, occasional ticket purchaser, or member of the Supporters Club.
Quite how someone who was therefore an unknown outsider got the original to amend it is a mystery worthy of Scooby Doo... or another fabrication of course to protect the real culprit.
Does anyone know who this mystery man is?
It has also emerged that the Supporters Club committee were aware of the fake email for almost two weeks prior to it being handed to Glyn Hopkin. They chose to not pass it to the board though. This does throw their alleged "surprise" that it was handed over to him after the Wrexham game into some doubt.
This whole mess would be worthy of a TV comedy script if the results had not been so dire for the football club.
DiggerDagger.com offered Dave Simpson a chance to comment on the points made above ahead of publication, but he did not respond.