He’s back! John Still returns to take charge of Dagenham

first_img1 John Still John Still is back as Dagenham manager for the third time.The 65-year-old has signed a contract with the League Two strugglers which runs to the end of the 2016/17 season.Still ended his last spell as Daggers boss in February 2013 to take charge of Luton Town.He went on to lead the Hatters into the Football League after a five-year absence but was sacked earlier this month after almost three years in the job.Now he has taken charge of Luton’s League Two rivals, replacing Wayne Burnett, who was axed after a run of one win in 16 games left the Daggers in the relegation zone.Still told www.daggers.co.uk: “I’m delighted. The club has been important to me since I was 15 years old. I’ve spent a lot of time here as a supporter, player and manager.“We’re in a difficult position so it’s really important we can try and do some things that can keep us in the Football League.”Still first managed Dagenham in 1992 and spent two years in the job before leaving for Peterborough.His second spell at the club lasted from 2004-2013, during which he guided the Daggers from the Conference to League One.last_img

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