Still thrilled to capture Gills midfielder

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE manager John Still was delighted to capture Gillingham midfielder Adam Miller on a month s loan.

by MIKE SIMMONDS

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE manager John Still was delighted to capture Gillingham midfielder Adam Miller on a month's loan.

The 27-year-old has fallen out of favour at the Priestfield in recent weeks and has opted to make a temporary move to Victoria Road.

Miller has made six starts for Gills this year, the last coming in the 2-0 defeat to Brighton on October 13, but he was a key man as his side won promotion to League "I'm delighted to bring in Adam for a month," said manager John Still, who revealed he was also looking at bringing in another League Two player.


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"Since 'Solly' (Solomon Taiwo) moved, we brought in Danny Spiller, but he has got injured, so it left us a bit light.

"We are always looking to bring in players, but they have to be the right players, and Adam is just that.

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"He has played for Gillingham this season and is match-fit, so he goes straight into the squad for Saturday."

Still also confirmed the uncertainty surrounding Championship side Peterborough United will not affect the recent transfer of full back Scott Griffiths.

When the Post went to press, it was still unclear whether manager Darren Ferguson had been sacked or not, but whatever happens, Griffiths will remain at London Road.

"That isn't a problem for us," said Still. "It was all signed and has all gone through."

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