Still: Half time dressing down was the key

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE manager John Still revealed a half time tongue lashing was the catalyst for his side s come from behind win over Macclesfield Town.

by MIKE SIMMONDS

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE manager John Still revealed a half time tongue lashing was the catalyst for his side's come from behind win over Macclesfield Town.

In front of their biggest crowd of the season, 3,721, Daggers had trailed at the break when Lee Bell's 35-yard volley crept under goalkeeper Tony Roberts.

But a Danny Green double and Abu Ogogo's strike saw the hosts move to within three points of the League Two play-offs.


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"I was disappointed at half time, as we have a way of playing and for the first time this season, if we could afford china cups, I'd have thrown them, seriously," exclaimed Still, as the hosts had slashed ticket prices for a special fight against racism day.

"We were a bit slow in the first half, there were a lot of people here and I wanted them to come and see our Dagenham

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"Second half I thought we were absolutely awesome and we have to play that tempo, that desire. It isn't even an ability, it's an attitude and we can beat anyone I know we can.

"Danny Green has been fantastic, he's going to have his highs and lows, but the goals he scored and the effort that hit the post was terrific.

"I have a way of playing and when we play teams with that tempo and are that upbeat, we are a really hard team to play against."

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