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non league day match thread !

By garethwrexy (legacy user)6/9/2014 11:58Sat Sep 6 11:58:25 2014

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updates here please fans !





sunday march24th fa trophy final wrexham 1-1 grimsby but won 4-1 on pens !!!!!!

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By garethwrexy (legacy user)6/9/2014 15:15Sat Sep 6 15:15:16 2014In response to non league day match thread !Top of thread

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any score yet ????????





sunday march24th fa trophy final wrexham 1-1 grimsby but won 4-1 on pens !!!!!!

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Re: re

By son of salt (legacy user)6/9/2014 17:21Sat Sep 6 17:21:00 2014In response to reTop of thread

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2 -2 ft

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attendance

By garethwrexy (legacy user)6/9/2014 17:45Sat Sep 6 17:45:11 2014In response to Re: reTop of thread

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anyone know yet ??





sunday march24th fa trophy final wrexham 1-1 grimsby but won 4-1 on pens !!!!!!

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Re: attendance

By westwickham pink (legacy user)6/9/2014 18:25Sat Sep 6 18:25:32 2014In response to attendance Top of thread

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2856

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By garethwrexy (legacy user)6/9/2014 19:16Sat Sep 6 19:16:17 2014In response to Re: attendance Top of thread

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blimey that's the ground record !





sunday march24th fa trophy final wrexham 1-1 grimsby but won 4-1 on pens !!!!!!

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Re: re

By westwickham pink (legacy user)6/9/2014 19:51Sat Sep 6 19:51:56 2014In response to reTop of thread

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An amazing atmosphere, shame they equalised in the 90th minute

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Re: re

By Michael (legacy user)6/9/2014 20:42Sat Sep 6 20:42:55 2014In response to Re: reTop of thread

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Some would argue for a reservation system on spots :) eh malcolm??? :)

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Re: re

By The Pink & Blue (legacy user)6/9/2014 23:20Sat Sep 6 23:20:32 2014In response to Re: reTop of thread

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Afraid for the result but impressed for the record attendance!
Can anyone update the DHFC page on wikipedia!?

Up the Hamlet!!!!

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Attendance

By pitchfork (legacy user)7/9/2014 07:35Sun Sep 7 07:35:23 2014In response to Re: reTop of thread

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Well that bumper crowd has placed us 25th in the average attendance chart for non-league clubs, up from about 50th place last season. Also there are only 4 clubs in the current top 250 non-league clubs who have recorded an attendance above our 2856! (including Maidstone!)

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Congratulations

By daveu (legacy user)8/9/2014 13:09Mon Sep 8 13:09:06 2014In response to AttendanceTop of thread

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On your attendance. We won't beat that until Maidstone Council grant us the capacity our ground deserves. Almost identical in layout to yours and yet they restrict us to 2300 at the moment, although an extension to the main stand is planned for the close season which should add another 400.

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I think

By LinesmanIan (legacy user)8/9/2014 14:34Mon Sep 8 14:34:04 2014In response to CongratulationsTop of thread

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you may have beaten it last season when you played us, just couldn't declare it!

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Re: I think

By daveu (legacy user)8/9/2014 19:49Mon Sep 8 19:49:32 2014In response to I think Top of thread

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Always a popular fixture. Let's hope we can both go up again, only with us as champions this time.

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Hamlet 2 Hampton 2

By Pink Panther (legacy user)7/9/2014 11:10Sun Sep 7 11:10:03 2014In response to AttendanceTop of thread

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A shame we couldn't get the win in front of our biggest home crowd for decades. I would imagine the FA Amateur Cup Quarter Final replay against Ilford in 1974 was the last time a crowd of this size flocked to a Hamlet game at Champion Hill. (A Sunday afternoon charity game between Old Alleynians and a Superstars XI, heavily plugged on Capital Radio, pulled around 12,000 to the previous ground in 1978.)

It was a close contest to which Hampton fully contributed, although perhaps absorbing rather than truly exciting. Initially the visitors seemed more fired up by the big crowd and put our goal under a fair amount of pressure before Hamlet began to get going. A slightly mistimed header over the bar from Kamara and a shot wide by James were our best chances of a fairly cagey half hour's play leading up to half time.

The tempo quickened in the second half and Hamlet took the lead around ten minutes in when James broke free on the left, cooly sized up his options then picked out Carew beyond the far post, whose first time shot on target deflected off a defender to leave the keeper with no chance. Hamlet were undermined midway through the half when a disastrously misplaced pass from Patterson, who had replaced the limping Gonsalves less than five minutes earlier, left Hampton's quickest forward with a clear run through the inside right channel and he went down in the box under a challenge from Samuels, chasing back and tackling from the inside. Looking down the pitch from behind the other goal it seemed a fairly clear cut penalty, but friends watching from much closer along that side of the pitch were adamant that it wasn't a foul and their player either dived or fell. Samuels was dismissed for a second yellow card and the penalty taker sent Wilson the wrong way with a shot that would have been within reach had he stood his ground. However Hamlet made light of teh setback , with Boyle coming on to stretch the visiting defence with his rangy running on the counter attack, and with just over ten minutes left we regained the lead with a goal fit for the occasion. Pinnock, shadowed by two defenders, chased a loose ball right into the corner. With an incredible combination of nimble footwork and ball control our big centre back slalomed past the pair of them in a flash and ran the ball hard into the box before pulling it back to the 18 yard line, where Carew stroked a measured first time shot into the far top corner with breathtaking power and precision. Hamlet came close to taking a decisive lead when James broke clear on the left and shot fractionally wide of the near post, but unsurprisingly Hampton cranked up the pressure as the game drew towards a close and with around sixty second left before play entered stoppage time a low cross into crowded goalmouth was fired into our net at the second attempt. Without the mistake that led to the penalty and sending off I think we'd have won, but on balance of play over the ninety minutes Hampton played their part in our big day and deserved their point.

New recruit ibrahim Mansaray (no relation to Abdul and about twice the size) made a brief debut as substitute:

http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/ibrahim-mansaray/profil/spieler/248392

Team (4-3-3): wilson - Kamara, Forbes(c), Pinnock, Gonsalves - Carew, Samuels, Vidal - Neita, James, Hibbert.
Subs: Patterson (for Gonsalves), Boyle (for Neita), I.Mansaray (for Hibbert). Hamici, A.Mansaray (not used).
Unofficial attendance: 3,256

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v Fisher FA Cup Replay

By East Dulwich Chels (legacy user)8/9/2014 16:34Mon Sep 8 16:34:13 2014In response to Hamlet 2 Hampton 2Top of thread

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When was is '87 or '88 ? That was my biggest Hamlet crowd before Saturday, attendance ranged between 1500 & 6000 depending on who you talk to.

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Re: v Fisher FA Cup Replay

By Andy01 (legacy user)9/9/2014 09:25Tue Sep 9 09:25:26 2014In response to v Fisher FA Cup ReplayTop of thread

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88 I think. The first match at Salter Road was my first ever Dulwich away game.

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Re: v Fisher FA Cup Replay

By Pink Panther (legacy user)9/9/2014 12:29Tue Sep 9 12:29:34 2014In response to Re: v Fisher FA Cup ReplayTop of thread

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The Fisher replay was October 1988. They were at their peak under Dogan Arif as manager, near the top of what is now Conference National.

The true attendance was around 2,300, but we declared 1,011 as Southwark Council had placed a laughable safety limit of just 1,000 on the vast but decaying old ground.

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By garethwrexy (legacy user)9/9/2014 18:31Tue Sep 9 18:31:50 2014In response to Re: v Fisher FA Cup ReplayTop of thread

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lets hope council aren't reading this forum,,,,,,,





sunday march24th fa trophy final wrexham 1-1 grimsby but won 4-1 on pens !!!!!!

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And this is what the day looked like

By Pink Panther (legacy user)7/9/2014 12:57Sun Sep 7 12:57:32 2014In response to Hamlet 2 Hampton 2Top of thread

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http://www.brixtonbuzz.com/2014/09/record-breaking-crowd-of-2856-at-dulwich-hamlet-witness-exciting-2-2-draw-with-hampton-richmond-borough/

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By garethwrexy (legacy user)7/9/2014 17:56Sun Sep 7 17:56:10 2014In response to And this is what the day looked likeTop of thread

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with ground being so packed could get a good view of the action ?





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ground record

By garethwrexy (legacy user)7/9/2014 17:53Sun Sep 7 17:53:27 2014In response to And this is what the day looked likeTop of thread

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looked an amazing crowd with colour to boot,





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