Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by Fingers, Aug 26, 2015.
Glad to see the irrigation system has been fixed over the weekend!
Supporters might be interested to note that QPR have been give planning permission to build their new training complex at Warren Farm in Southall. This despite a campaign from locals which appears to be based on “Thou Shalt Not Build on Metropolitan Open Land” argument QPR get green light for new Warren Farm training ground
I still predict cunty Meadow will still get what they want eventually and fill their fat greedy pockets with all the dosh they crave.
That report doesn't make clear how extensive the facilities will be, i.e. stands, floodlights, ancillary buildings. It may be quite different to any proposed new stadium on Greendale, not that I feel it's essential to build a new stadium for the club to survive. I think that has been exposed as propaganda by Meadow to win the backing of Hamlet supporters and I will not be actively supporting any further plans of theirs after the way they have treated the club.
Warren Farm was my old school sports ground. Huge and windy.
Played a number of Supporters Team games there back in the day, so agree with that.
missed that banner of solidarity from Italian Whitehawk fans
That Guardian article on radio (Podcast) sounds great (but be warned still refers to Gav)
Dulwich Hamlet: the improbable tale of a tiny football club that lost its home to developers, and won it back – podcast
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