Dagenham & Redbridge release squad numbers for National League season

PUBLISHED: 11:07 02 August 2016 | UPDATED: 11:07 02 August 2016

Dagenham & Redbridge manager John Still congregates his players on the pitch (pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)

Dagenham & Redbridge manager John Still congregates his players on the pitch (pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)

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Daggers confirm Scott Doe will reclaim his number four jersey after returning to club

Dagenham & Redbridge have released their squad numbers for the upcoming National League season, with Scott Doe reclaiming the number four jersey he wore during his previous stint at Victoria Road.

When Doe departed last summer, Joss Labadie took over the squad number, but with the skipper moving to Newport County, it left the shirt and the armband free for the defender to take.

New keeper Elliot Justham takes the vacant number one shirt, with rival Mark Cousins staying at 30 while fellow stopper Lewis Moore moves up to 13 from 35.

Frankie Raymond will weight the eight jersey during the new campaign, with former incumbent Andre Boucaud moving to 17, which was previously worn by Jodi Jones.

Chris Assombalonga will wear nine, Luke Guttridge 10 and Fejiri Okenabirhie 11, while Oliver Hawkins has moved to 12 having taken the 15 shirt when he joined in January.

List in full:

1. Elliot Justham

2. Curtley Williams

3. Joe Widdowson

4. Scott Doe

5. Craig Robson

6. Matt Robinson

7. Luke Howell

8. Frankie Raymond

9. Chris Assombalonga

10. Luke Guttridge

11. Fejiri Okenabirhie

12. Oliver Hawkins

13. Lewis Moore

15. Jordan Maguire-Drew

16. Luke Pennell

17. Andre Boucaud

18. Leo Donnellan

23. Jimmy Shepherd

24. Jakub Berkowicz

30. Mark Cousins

32. Josh Staunton


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