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news from Thursday, November 21, 2019

- Southend United’s Harry Seaden has joined Dagenham & Redbridge on a work experience loan until 5th January 2020. Seaden is the Shrimpers’ U23s keeper, and has also represented England at U16 and U17 level. The loan will allow him to gain first-team experience while with the Daggers, and also maintain match fitness by continuing to play for Southend’s U23s. Da...

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- Bromley defender Marc-Anthony Okoye has had to retire from playing. The former Braintree Town captain is only 27, but has been forced to step away due to injury. He explained to the club’s website: "It's been a very difficult past month or so. I've seen specialists and had various opinions on my knee, but unfortunately the overall verdict is that I need to stop playing...

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- Scarborough Athletic boss John Deacey says he was disgusted by the team’s performance in Tuesday’s cup drubbing to Dunston UTS. Speaking in his column for Scarborough News, Deacey began: “I was disgusted by the way the players performed in the 5-1 League Cup loss at home to Dunston on Tuesday night. “The players did not apply themselves at all and I ...

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- Wealdstone forward Reece Beckles-Richards has agreed to go out on loan to Cheshunt. The 24-year-old has made two substitute appearances for the Stones this season, as well as having a loan spell with Oxford City. Beckles-Richards' loan with the BetVictor Isthmian Premier Division side will last until mid-February. Source: ...

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- The players becoming 'addicted to winning' has played a big part in Barrow AFC's rise to the top of the National League, according to manager Ian Evatt. It has been a stunning turnaround from the Bluebirds since the beginning of the season, as they have turned losing six of their opening nine games, throwing most of those results away in the process, into a distant memory. S...

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- Maidstone boss John Still says nothing has changed with the club’s transfer-listed players. Iffy Allen, Nana Kyei and Jonny Edwards have all scored for the Stones since being made available at the start of last month. They’ve featured at various times but remain on the list along with Lewis Knight, who’s returned injured from a loan spell at St Albans, and Clovis...

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