Dagenham and Redbridge announce Peter Taylor and Terry Harris as new management team

Dagenham and Redbridge have announced Peter Taylor and Terry Harris as their new management team.
Taylor’s illustrious career in football spans nearly 50 years and counting. In 1976 he earned his first cap for England, being the last third division player to play for his country whilst at Crystal Palace. He went on to play first division football with Tottenham for four years.
Taylor ended his playing career as a player-manager at Dartford with Harris over a four-year spell and then they spent one year together at Enfield. After two years as Assistant Manager at Watford he left to manage his first Football League club, Southend United, in 1993.
In 2000, Taylor was at the helm of Premier League Club, Leicester City and during this period he became England’s caretaker manager for one game against Italy, where he famously named David Beckham as captain.
Taylor enjoyed his longest spell with one club at Hull City and led them to back to back promotions from the Football League Two and One in the 2003/04 and 2004/05 seasons reaching the heights of the Championship before leaving Hull in June 2006.
The experienced manager has seen five promotions with four different clubs including the likes of Brighton & Hove Albion, Gillingham and Wycombe Wanderers.
Harris returns to the Daggers for his fourth spell from Boreham Wood having enjoyed a successful season, reaching the play-off final.
He was part of Dagenham’s team that earned promotion from the Ryman League into League One and also helped Luton Town back into the Football League.
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