Still urges side to focus

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE manager John Still has urged his side to take no notice of Notts County s off-the-field problems when the two teams clash at Victoria Road tonight.

by MIKE SIMMONDS

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE manager John Still has urged his side to take no notice of Notts County's off-the-field problems when the two teams clash at Victoria Road tonight.

County face another day of reckoning tomorrow (Wednesday) after being served with a second winding up petition from HM Revenue & Customs.

But performances on the pitch have still been impressive and the Meadow Lane club held Premier League Wigan Athletic to a 2-2 draw in the FA Cup on Saturday.


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"I think players, although they probably talk about it, don't really take too much notice of what's going on," said Still, who will miss tonight's clash as he recovers from an operation.

"They have got some experienced players like (Lee) Hughes, (Ben) Davies, (Kasper) Schmeichel and (John) Thompson and they will know to keep their own performances high.

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"We are becoming more settled now and working on partnerships, which is something I'm very big on.

"We are working on our new midfield partnership with Marlon Pack and Danny Spiller. Once that beds in, I think we will get back to the level where we were."

The Post is now on Twitter, so if you follow twitter.com/Post_DagRed then you will get up to the minute updates on goings on at Victoria Road

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