Still quits Dagenham to join Luton

John Still has joined Luton as manager. Photo: PA

John Still has left his position as manager of npower League Two side Dagenham to take up the vacancy at non-league Luton.

Still, 62, was the fourth longest serving manager in England behind only Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger and David Moyes.

But his nine-year spell - a Football League best - in what was his second stint at Victoria Road has today come to an end with two-and-a-half-years remaining on his contract.

Still has been lured to Blue Square Bet Premier promotion chasers Luton, with unconfirmed reports suggesting he was offered a bumper £200,000 per year deal to replace Paul Buckle, who left Kenilworth Road last week by mutual consent for unspecified personal reasons.