The Daggers looked to be heading through in the final minutes of regular time in this evening's 2nd Round tie but the non-League minnows equalised very late through Juan Cruz Gotta to make it 2-2 and force another 30 minutes of play.
Ayo Obileye got the decisive goal 10 minutes into the first half of extra-time, though, to end Whitehawk's hopes of a dream trip to Goodison Park next month.
Everton will now play League Two Dagenham in a traditional 3pm kick-off on Saturday 9th January.
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1 Posted 16/12/2015 at 00:00:15
2 Posted 17/12/2015 at 06:03:20
3 Posted 17/12/2015 at 07:54:24
Especially as we are hoping to be in the top..4/5/6/7 etc and they are currently 3rd bottom in League 2.
Of course, feel free to remind me of this post if we get beat. :)
4 Posted 17/12/2015 at 08:47:10
That said, I was more confident we wouldn't concede goals in the league. ;)
5 Posted 17/12/2015 at 11:09:49
On paper, we should beat them with ease, even allowing a team half occupied by stand-ins. However, the way this season is going anything can happen and nothing surprises me.
6 Posted 17/12/2015 at 11:37:49
Coming as it does between two midweek games against Man City we could do with a comfortable afternoon using some of the peripheral members of the squad. But not McGeady!
8 Posted 17/12/2015 at 12:45:08
9 Posted 17/12/2015 at 14:00:02
I am all for resting players but am not sure about your team of 3, especially as 1 might have left by then
10 Posted 17/12/2015 at 15:21:21
The current team should be more professional and ruthless when playing inferior teams. We have come unstuck this season because as others have said click, we take our foot off the pedal.
12 Posted 18/12/2015 at 04:40:00
13 Posted 21/12/2015 at 18:18:15
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