Decision time for Daggers boss

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE manager John Still faces an interesting week of decisions with a number of loan deals running out.


DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE manager John Still faces an interesting week of decision-making with a number of his squad's loan deals running out.

Adam Miller, Nana Ofori-Twumasi and Darren Currie's stay with with the club are all set to expire, and Still must now choose whether to extend their spells or allow them to return to their parent clubs.

Miller, who has made eight appearances since joining in November, is desperate to sign on permanent terms at Victoria Road, but with Daggers signing Portsmouth midfielder Marlon Pack on a month's loan, that now looks unlikely.

Chelsea youngster Ofori-Twumasi, who has also played eight times since moving, while also netting two goals, is also likely to be sent back to Stamford Bridge, with Abu Ogogo hoping for another chance at right back.

Despite not being a regular in his loan spell, with just five appearances, it is expected that Currie will sign permanently from Chesterfield in the transfer window after agreeing a pay-off with the Saltergate club.

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