Next Up: Aldershot (H)

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Re: Next Up: Aldershot (H)

Post by Mark » Sat Nov 16, 2019 2:06 pm

Diggerthedog wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 11:46 am
Pointless trying to predict Taylor and his selections as he will do the complete opposite.

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Re: Next Up: Aldershot (H)

Post by daggersjeff » Sat Nov 16, 2019 2:47 pm

Anyone at the ground? Team news please?

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Re: Next Up: Aldershot (H)

Post by DevonDagger » Sat Nov 16, 2019 5:51 pm

Wonderful result and I hope those there enjoyed it. Much needed after the recent demoralising run we've had.

Can't wait til the highlights are up now. I am most pleased for the owners. They saved the club we love, have brought a full contingent over including Tim Howard and the team really delivered, they deserve this result for the hard work they have put in. Unusual really since we seem to get embarrassed on the big occasions in the past. Maybe we'll even win a Daggers against racism day this season!

Bored of saying it, but hopefully we can put a few wins together now.

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Re: Next Up: Aldershot (H)

Post by Mark » Sat Nov 16, 2019 8:13 pm

It felt like we could score at any moment today, Aldershot were absolutely woeful defensively and we didn't really seem to need to do much to create chances. In truth we could've had almost double figures had we not ballsed up some good 3 on 2 scenarios.

First look of Stevenson was positive, good in possession although not tested defensively at all, remains to be seen how he'd cope with a quicker winger.

Deering good pass for the opening goal, a little quiet otherwise but looks like he might have something.

Really hope Manny isn't badly hurt, we miss him big time when he doesn't play.

Luque can be so frustrating, good finish and did some good things but so often he gets into good positions and doesn't deliver, you can tell he's got ability but he just needs to show it more consistently.

Thought that was probably Brundle's best game for us, it helped that Aldershot never really had the ball as it's mainly defensively that he struggles, they didn't press him at all and he had the freedom to pick his passes out.

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Re: Next Up: Aldershot (H)

Post by Pondfield Dagger » Sat Nov 16, 2019 9:29 pm

Good win but as expected lol down to the Americans and the tributes, emotional day...players work rate fantastic today can they do that in week and half time at home to Sutton in a Tuesday night we will see......

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Re: Next Up: Aldershot (H)

Post by stanton101 » Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:17 am

So glad we stuffed that lot, we owed them that.
Everyone played their part today, house deserved his motm, never stopped from the 1st minute. Special mention also to Stevenson, looked very assured.
Shame about Manny, hope it's not too bad.
Well done boys, sent me home very happy indeed.

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Re: Next Up: Aldershot (H)

Post by Dag82 » Sun Nov 17, 2019 11:00 am

Ah, the morning after, the night before.

Thanks Daggers, finally a Happy Sunday. :blum:

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Re: Next Up: Aldershot (H)

Post by DaggerJoel11 » Sun Nov 17, 2019 2:07 pm

Match Report - House Party as Shots are Gunned Down

On a truly incredible afternoon at Victoria Road that escalated to unbelievable proportions given the previously goal-shy nature of this team, Dagenham produced an incredible performance that done Brian East, the American owners and all of the supporters proud.

Here's my match report and player ratings from our biggest victory in just under a decade... ... hot-town-1
''Dagenham & Redbridge look a very different side to about ten or fifteen minutes ago when they were on the back foot, and here's Benson...BRILLIANT!''

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