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away to kings

By bobgee (legacy user)11/8/2014 20:31Mon Aug 11 20:31:55 2014

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0-1 up.. forbes.

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Re: away to kings

By bobgee (legacy user)11/8/2014 21:11Mon Aug 11 21:11:19 2014In response to away to kingsTop of thread

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...1-1 now.

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Re: away to kings

By bobgee (legacy user)11/8/2014 21:40Mon Aug 11 21:40:29 2014In response to Re: away to kingsTop of thread

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Re: away to kings

By DESSIEKILLSGEESE (legacy user)11/8/2014 22:53Mon Aug 11 22:53:02 2014In response to Re: away to kingsTop of thread

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Tremendous effort. I thought we were the better side first half for sure, dominating midfield possession and displaying a better passing game. Second half more up and down. Very good competitive game. Can't complain at a draw. Though the way we lined up for the free kick - from which they scored - was laughable. Standing right behind it, it looked like an easy pass in to either corner. All in all though, I reckon we did a decent job on decent side. Excellent away point. Incredible support throughout. The last 20 of the 1st half was spine-tingly jingly brilliant, particularly getting the goal midway through that frenzy. I left (eventually) 15 mins after full time, went to the loo and came out to see a small group of home 'officials' mulling over "what shall we do now?" - at the opposite end of the stadium were 4 spotlights in the dark amid the rabble, rest of the stadium cloaked in darkness, the DHFC singing still strong and long. Must have been 30 or so remaining. Maybe more. A lovely evening. Bloody lovely.

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Tonight at K's

By the 12th man (legacy user)11/8/2014 23:20Mon Aug 11 23:20:08 2014In response to Re: away to kingsTop of thread

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Dulwich Hamlet fans at Kingstonian:

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Re: Tonight at K's

By G-man (legacy user)12/8/2014 00:08Tue Aug 12 00:08:42 2014In response to Tonight at K'sTop of thread

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Incredible support again. Our popularity grows exponentially.

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K's 1 Hamlet 1

By Pink Panther (legacy user)12/8/2014 09:43Tue Aug 12 09:43:31 2014In response to Re: Tonight at K'sTop of thread

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A midweek away draw against last season's runners up, who look strong enough to be there or thereabouts again, was a decent enough result. Hamlet were unable to make the most of a dominant first half performance, stringing the ball around for long spells in which the home team often seemed to be chasing shadows, but unable to create clear chances against a very solid looking defence. We took the lead late in the half when Forbes rammed the ball into the net from just a few feet out after Hamici's header from a corner had been blocked on the line. The referee seemed to be looking for a reason to disallow it, looking hard towards his assistant for guidance before the man with the flag gave a discreet hand signal pointing back towards the centre spot as if he didn't really want anyone else to notice.

We were never likely to sustain our first half tempo through to the final whistle and K's came more into the game. By the time they equalised with 25 minutes to go Hamlet had almost ceased to show any attacking threat and it appeared we would struggle to hold out for the draw. As Dessie said, the free kick that led to the equaliser looked ominous as soon as our wall lined up. It appeared that the ball only had to be on target to go in with Wilson looking somehow awfully exposed, although teh shot was aactually chipped over the wall and under the bar so the positioning of the wall and number of players in it wasn't really a factor. Both sides had opportunities to snatch a winner towards the end, but in a game of few clear chances overall a point apiece was fair enough.

Team (4-3-3): Wilson - Kamara, Forbes(c), Pinnock, Patterson - Carew, James, Samuels - Clunis, Hamici, McDonald.
Subs: Mansaray (for Hamici), Vidal (for McDonald), Goncalves, Neita, Hibbert (not used).
Attendance: 504

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Last Night

By LinesmanIan (legacy user)12/8/2014 10:24Tue Aug 12 10:24:50 2014In response to K's 1 Hamlet 1Top of thread

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Yep, a decent point on a ground and against a team we never to seem to come out on top against. We were clearly the better side in the first half and K's were much better in the second. Their left winger Henry caused us problems after not really doing anything for 45mins. In the second half I thought we lost midfield a bit with just the 3 in there. Once Vidal came on we took the initiative again

Have to say. Ethan was outstanding, hes certainly developed and probably playing alongside Forbes is a help

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Re: Last Night

By Moroccan sunset (legacy user)12/8/2014 14:19Tue Aug 12 14:19:58 2014In response to Last NightTop of thread

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Agreed. Good point to get i think. Looking forward to Harry coming back as i thought we looked a bit less threatening when Dave came off.
Thought Kershaney and Kavanagh were the best players on the pitch. Just a shame we lost Tommy over the summer. Been very impressed by Kershaney though. His passing was superb and he made some vital tackles when K's were starting to get a foothold in the game. Vidal looked sharp when he came on and Abdul seems to be coming of age.

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Food at K's

By LinesmanIan (legacy user)12/8/2014 10:37Tue Aug 12 10:37:00 2014In response to Last NightTop of thread

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one more thing and I know this is an AFCW thing probably but over £7 for burger chips and a drink is a joke. £1.30 for a cup of tea.

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Re: Food at K's

By champions2013 of ryman south (legacy user)12/8/2014 15:32Tue Aug 12 15:32:19 2014In response to Food at K'sTop of thread

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Especilly ay our level

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Re: Food at K's

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