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Dag & Redbridge 1 - Southampton 3

npower League One

Victoria Road

Mon 3rd Jan 2011

Attendance: 3,585

Referee: Mr Russell

Dag & Redbridge
1 - 3
Southampton
Scott
 
Lallana, Guly, Lambert
 
Venue: Victoria Road
 
Attendance: 3,585
The Teams
Roberts
 
 
 
Davis
 
 
Doe
 
 
 
Butterfield
 
 
Antwi
 
 
 
Fonte
 
 
Vindelot
 
 
 
Jaidi
 
 
Ilesanmi
 
 
 
Dickson
 
 
Green
 
 
 
Chamberlain
 
 
67
Taiwo
 
 
50
 
Hammond
 
 
Ogogo
 
 
 
Chaplow
 
 
Bingham
 
 
46
 
Lallana
 
 
Elito
 
 
 
Guly
 
 
81
Savage
 
 
63
 
Lambert
 
 
92
Substitutes
Lewington
 
 
 
Bialkowski
 
 
Palsson
 
 
 
Richardson
 
 
81
Currie
 
 
 
Seaborne
 
 
92
Gain
 
 
50
 
Harding
 
 
Nurse
 
 
 
Barnard
 
 
67
Scott
 
 
63
 
Schneiderlin
 
 
Tomlin
 
 
46
 
Connolly
 
 
Game Statistics
6
Goal Attempts
19
1
Corners
7
5
Fouls
9
39
%
61
Comments...
Southampton were made to work hard for the win, but the points are more than welcome after the first ever game between the clubs at Victoria Road. After a frantic finish with D & R coming oh so close to equalising after going two down a Rickie Lambert goal finished the game off. Dagenham showed plenty of fight and if they can keep that spirit going they have every chance of climbing out of the bottom three.




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Date:Monday January 3 2011

Time: 6:01PM

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Blimey we had 61% of the possession and that is more than we had at home yet they nearly made us suffer for not scoring enough.
VSrednwhite
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03/01/2011 21:48:00

We may have had nearly two thirds of the possession but the Daggers so nearly undid us and will be thinking that they were a little unlucky
sfc4ghg
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04/01/2011 06:21:00

We dominated for so long yet nearly threw it all away at the end. We still need to see a better defensive partner for Fonte and Hammond IMO needs replacing.
sinner92
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04/01/2011 10:15:00

 

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