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The one-time Barking loanee, who attended Hall Mead School and Shenfield High School, has enjoyed a whirlwind two years

Four people with links to Hornchurch will do battle this weekend at the national stadium in the final of the English Football League Trophy

Current and former football stars attending the event at Battersea Park which raises funds for the charity Willow - founded by Bob Wilson and his wife Megs

Shenfield High School was selected by the English Schools Football Association (ESFA) to represent the Football League as ‘ball kids’ at the Carabao Cup Final at Wembley Stadium following the School’s recent and continued outstanding performances in both Essex and National Cup football.

Dagenham & Redbridge attacker Corey Whitely has signed for National League rivals Ebbsfleet United for an undisclosed fee.

Spurs, Arsenal, West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers received nomination in the seven different categories

With the transfer window due to close for clubs in the Football League today, Dagenham & Redbridge boss John Still admits there has been interest in one of his players.

Dagenham & Redbridge manager John Still is not panicking about slipping away from the National League promotion battle ahead of their clash with strugglers Solihull Moors this weekend.

Ex-Dagenham & Redbridge captain and The Football Supporters’ Federation Diversity and Campaigns Manager, Anwar Uddin is delighted to see his former club host a Daggers Against Racism Day this weekend.

In an article from out ‘Year in Sport’ pullout, we preview the year ahead for Dagenham & Redbridge

Romford manager Paul Martin says he plans to rotate his side ahead of their Essex Senior Cup quarter-final against Grays Athletic tonight.

Romford striker Nick Reynolds has set his sights on a clash with ‘one of the big boys’ ahead of his side’s Essex Senior Cup quarter-final with Grays Athletic on Wednesday.

The talented attacker progressed through the Barking scholarship scheme in 2012 before impressing for Brentwood Town and is now back in east London

Former Hatters goalkeeper thankful for the way John Still handed his departure from the Kenilworth Road club, but doesn’t want to be a manager

The long and turbulent history of Romford Football Club has finally been documented in full by two determined local historians.

Daggers and O’s to meet in replay at Brisbane Road on Tuesday night

Experienced striker has joined the Gunners youth academy and will coach their under-16s

Football is back, but did it really go away this summer?

Talented forward started his career at Mayesbrook Park and this summer earned a move to League Two side Newport County

The new domestic football season gets underway this weekend with Leyton Orient beginning life in the National League in a lunchtime kick-off at Sutton United.

Daggers as short as 9-1 to return to Football League by winning division this term

Payne coached new Daggers man Ferrier last month when he was part of England C squad

Heard departs Dagenham

Friday, June 2, 2017

Former Folkestone Invicta midfielder exits Victoria Road by mutual consent

Former Daggers defender says he would love to have etched his name in club’s history by helping them back into Football League

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