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Four Leave On Loan

Four Leave On Loan

Dagenham and Redbridge have sent four players out on loan in the last 48 or so hours.

First departing is striker Brian Woodall who has moved to Dover Athletic until January 1st 2014.

Before joining Dagenham in 2011 the 25 year old spent two years at Gresley FC where he noticed up an impressive 51 goals in 88 appearances, and then in his first season with us went on to bag 11 goals and finish as our top scorer.

Last season he spent a bit of time out on loan at Bishops Stortford where he played 11 times and scored 6 goals.

With competition up front this season, Woodall has figured only 10 times, scoring once, but last played in our game in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over Southend at the beginning of October, so Burnett wants him to get out and get some regular first team football so he's in top shape to be called upon again when needed.

Fellow striker Louis Dennis has headed to Hayes and Yeading but this time only for a month, as he's expected to return on December 14th.

The 21 year old Academy product signed his first professional contract back in 2011 and then made his debut in January 2013 against Wycombe.

He's previously had loan spells out at Bedfont Town, Welling United, Grays Athletic and Canvey Island.

This season so far he's appeared three times and scored once.

Finally, youngster Joel Nouble has gone on work experience to I believe Grays Athletic and joins fellow colleague defender Ian Gayle at the club. 21 year old Gayle moved to them a couple of days ago until December 7th and he had previously been on loan there but only played once.

Hopefully all four will get a good run, and will return ready to challenge properly for the first team where appropriate.



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday November 15 2013
Time: 9:13PM

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