Showing posts from April, 2019

Daggers continue to finish strong

The Daggers hosted Eastleigh on Good Friday after some good news was brought to the club by co-owner Peter Freund. He announced on his birthday his will to see the club promoted next season stating       ‘We will never look back’ once that is achieved. Also, he announced the deal with Nike to produce next season’s new kit  which will display the new badge (the first ever Dagenham and Redbridge badge). The Spitfires pushing for the play offs this season looked to stop the home side’s unbeaten run of three games as they also looked to finish strong. The visitors got the game underway but didn’t fashion many chances as it was a quiet start to the game, however when the first chances did come for Eastleigh they were no issue for Justham.  After a slow start the hosts began to find their feet getting on the ball and ultimately winning consecutive corners, but they couldn’t capitalise on these chances early on. A shot on target did come and it came from open play as the likes of Kandi a

Adeloye fires Daggers to safety

The Daggers got the game underway at the Kuflink Stadium knowing a win for them and a defeat for Havant would see them secure safety and The Hawks relegated. With that in mind Harfield instantly put Ebbsfleet under pressure with some exceptional pace down the Daggers' left-hand side. Despite good play down the right from the Fleet they were unable to break the Daggers' back-line. The Daggers’ number 26 continued to cause serious problems for Ebbsfleet on the counter, doing really well to get the Daggers up the pitch relieving any possible pressure on the back line.  Nathan Smith looked to aid the Dagenham attack as he crossed from deep for Balanta, who himself got a volleyed effort on target to test Ashmore for the first time in the match. After Smith did well in the other half of the pitch to beat ex Dagger Cheek to the ball and clear it, the resulting corner saw the ball cleared off the line. After goalmouth action up Dagenham’s end, Adeloye looked to go one better and f