The Daggers are due compensation for defender Okuonghae's move as he was under 24 but Still is angry over the delay - which he believes has prevented him from signing a replacement.
Still said: "The offer we received was nowhere near what we want, and we aren't being greedy, we're being 100 per cent sensible.
"It's like when Gillingham said they would offer £25,000 for Paul Benson, it's ridiculous to talk about those kinds of figures.
"The tribunal has been put back now, and it's a crazy situation. Clubs like us rely on things like that to help our team. I think it's a poor show and when I go to the hearing, I'll tell them that, because they haven't taken a small club like us into account.
"It's crazy and it's the difference between us getting a player and not getting a player."