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Jon Nurse is a striker who has played for Dagenham & Redbridge since the summer of 2007 when the club entered the Football League. Jon is a strong running player who closes down defenders and works hard for the team. He has also filled in at right back and as a wide midfield player during his time at the Victoria Ground. Jon became the Daggers' first full international in February 2008 when he played for Barbados in a World Cup qualifying tie against Dominica and has gone on to play further games for his country. He continued to appear regularly in the Daggers' team during 2010-11 and finished the season as second-top scorer with a double-figure goals total.
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