Dagenham & Redbridge: Daggers assistant manager Darren Currie admits team contributed to own downfall in loss at Bromley
PUBLISHED: 16:00 18 April 2018
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Essex club beaten by Ravens despite taking the lead at Hayes Lane
Assistant manager Darren Currie believes Dagenham & Redbridge were their own worst enemies in a 3-1 defeat at Bromley in the National League.
Daggers had taken the lead at Hayes Lane in the 54th minute when Luke Howell found the net.
However, the Ravens came from behind to win thanks to a Jack Holland brace and a goal from ex-Daggers midfielder Frankie Raymond, who netted shortly after former colleague Mark Cousins had saved a penalty.
“We contributed in the end to our own downfall. We didn’t deal with a couple of set pieces very well,” he told the Yellow Advertiser.
“Although we saved the penalty, we gave them another opportunity to score. I think they were probably better than us in the second half in all fairness.
“The second half started quite even — we scored. They got better and we didn’t get much better. They are probably the deserved winners tonight.”