Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by Dulwich Mishi, Feb 2, 2018.
Anyone filmed the goal i need to see it on dhfctv* (has that been traidmarked yet?)
Anthony Page. I'm sure he was our youth team keeper 5 or 6 seasons ago, around the time Michael Chambers was in the youth team .
And here's a photo of a Brentwood friend of mine's daughter, having invaded the pitch to console him
That's a brilliant photo.
Yeah, it's a cracker isn't it. My mate follows Brentwood everywhere with his kids and know all the team, as far as I can tell from Facebook. (He used to come to my clubs, I don't see him these days).
Such I lovely innocence - he's sad, I'll run and hug him.
It reminds me of the photo of Martin Eede sitting alone in the dugout after we lost the promotion play-off to Wealdstone in 2004 on sudden death penalties. I'm sure the photographer won an award for that one.
What we've all been waiting for (though I must admit I'm a bit underwhelmed):
Bodged together a match report:
Dulwich Hamlet progress to Velocity semi finals after bizarre, divot-assisted goal by keeper at Brentwood Town
Unfortunately not the best angle, you only see the second defender in front of the goalie once it's gone in.
I was behind the goal and it all happened in slowmo
This is the first goal for Dulwich Hamlet by a goalkeeper since a War time game during the 2nd World War!
Was you there?
Yes exactly this. I was watching from the clubhouse side. It was all in slow motion and the ball somehow evaded two defenders and the the goalie after he slipped. Was one of the oddest goals I’ve ever seen.
Surely you were there, you old. . .
Claiming an assist for that... Keeper was a friendly chap, as Corey lines up "imagine if your cousin lobs you from this free kick in the last minute?" Put doubt in his mind and charged out unnecessarily... Well that's how I remember it.
Weird celebration as none of us could believe what we had just witnessed. Mixture of silence and embarrassed laughter.
Keeper was distraught and (almost?) in tears.
Those words will be haunting him for ages.
First Team! Kevin Everett scored for the Reserves in a Suburban League game in the Seventies...
You are right he did round 77/78. Launched a kick from his hands that nestled in the back of the net!
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