Point is Still a big prize for Daggers boss
DAGENHAM manager John Still admitted he was 'happy' with picking up a point from their trip to Home Park to play Argyle.
The Daggers had lost their previous two games so the 0-0 draw steadied the ship for them.
Still said: "We are Dagenham, and if we get anything from a club like Plymouth it's a great result for us.
"We are such a small club in comparison that whenever we get positive results in this league it's always a good result for us.
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"I said to the players before the game I thought this would be one of our toughest away fixtures this season.
"They (Argyle) have got a new manager in, have had a couple of decent results and brought a few players in.
"The lad (Jason) Banton from Crystal Palace, I know really, really well. Reuben Reid has always been an effective player on his day.
"Before anything else, I knew we would have to battle and battle, and we did."