FULL TIME: Accrington Stanley 0 Dagenham and Redbridge 2

First published in Sport

ACCRINGTON Stanley were unable to build on their New Year’s Day victory over Chesterfield as they were beaten by Dagenham and Redbridge in League Two this afternoon.

Stanley, who went into the game without the injured Nicky Hunt, fell behind in the 21st minute when Medy Elito crossed from the left and Matthew Saunders headed past keeper Cameron Belford.

The Reds then lost Padraig Amond to injury and created few opportunities before Dagenham doubled their lead seven minutes after half time.

This time Saunders was the provider, pulling the ball back for Luke Howell to fire in off the far post.

Stanley: Cameron Belford; Laurence Wilson (Bohan Dixon 62), Dean Winnard, Peter Murphy, Lee Molyneux; Craig Lindfield, George Miller (Luke Clark 62), Luke Joyce, Rommy Boco; James Beattie, Padraig Amond (Michael Liddle 41). Subs not used: Andrew Dawber, Will Hatfield, Piero Mingoia, James Gray.

Dagenham and Redbridge: Chris Lewington; Gavin Hoyte, Scott Doe, Luke Wilkinson, Femi Ilesanmi; Matthew Saunders, Abu Ogogo, Luke Howell, Medy Elito; Sam Williams, Brian Woodall (Josh Scott 90). Subs not used: Jordan Seabright, Michael Spillane, Gianluca Gracco, Billy Bingham, Jake Caprice, Kevin Maher.

Attendance: 1,031.

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8:45pm Sat 5 Jan 13

BigOrra says...

Sorry guys but on this evidence the Blue Square beckons. Manager and team need a good shake up
Sorry guys but on this evidence the Blue Square beckons. Manager and team need a good shake up BigOrra
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9:41pm Sat 5 Jan 13

Accy Phil says...

Performace today was poor!
Performace today was poor! Accy Phil
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10:53pm Sat 5 Jan 13

swearengen says...

Worst performance that I've seen this season, very worrying, out run and out muscled in every department.
Worst performance that I've seen this season, very worrying, out run and out muscled in every department. swearengen
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11:00am Sun 6 Jan 13

accstan says...

Not a good day for team or fans but still confident that Leam & the lads can turn this around. Our next home game v Wimbledon is only a fiver admission - let's hope the club get the message out there about this & we get a decent crowd on - if we put in a good performance, some of them may even come back for more - we need to somehow attract the floating supporters because how can we survive on gates like yesterday's?
Not a good day for team or fans but still confident that Leam & the lads can turn this around. Our next home game v Wimbledon is only a fiver admission - let's hope the club get the message out there about this & we get a decent crowd on - if we put in a good performance, some of them may even come back for more - we need to somehow attract the floating supporters because how can we survive on gates like yesterday's? accstan
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3:13pm Thu 10 Jan 13

GazMataz says...

At least Chesterfield lost - that's what's really important to Stanley fans it would seem.
At least Chesterfield lost - that's what's really important to Stanley fans it would seem. GazMataz
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