Dagenham & Redbridge sign Hoyte

PUBLISHED: 18:26 30 September 2015 | UPDATED: 18:26 30 September 2015

Dagenham & Redbridge have signed defender Justin Hoyte (pic:

Dagenham & Redbridge have signed defender Justin Hoyte (pic:


Defender joins on non-contract terms

Dagenham & Redbridge have added to their defensive ranks with the signing of Justin Hoyte.

The full back joins Daggers on a non-contract basis following a period training with the club and will wear the number 32 shirt.

Hoyte has played for a whole hosts of clubs in his career, including Arsenal, Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Millwall, who released him in the summer.

The 30-year-old has achieved success during his career, winning up an FA Cup, a League Cup, two Community Shields and 12 international caps for Trinidad & Tobago.

Hoyte becomes the first new arrival in over at month at Victoria Road and manager Wayne Burnett was delighted to get his man.

“Justin’s a player with vast experience. He’s played at the top level and he will bring something to our group for sure. All credit to him because he’s a great person and he wants to continue to succeed,” Burnett told the club website.

Hoyte is not the first in the family to play for Daggers, with brother Gavin previously turning out for the club from 2012 until 2014.

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