Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by Cyclodunc, Mar 19, 2017.
I'm a maybe, but here's a thread to draft some songs about Moss's wedding suit.
THIS IS TONIGHT ETC
Monday night football - bring it on. Think we need 9 points minimum from this run of five games in quick succession, this needs to be 3 of them!
He will complain to ForwardHamlet again!
Also post of the year
I'm in, Can't wait to see Moss again.
Looking at their forum as a whole not sure any of our old enemies even go anymore. Must make sure we sing our only song
Very enjoyable evenings football
not bad attendance given Monday evening that threatened rain
50 ish Kingstonian fans - seemed more preoccupied with their own "move to Leatherhead"
Kingstonians were very poor and no heart in the game
Hamlet should have scored about six
Up 2 places to 7th - roll on Wednesday
I know I've gone full PartisanDulwich but I'm loving the first half of this tweet.
I saw two tweets about seeing someone in a streatham shirt.
K's self owning themselves left right and centre. Although I admire their protest 'Leatherhead is too far to move for an indefinite amount of time' isn't the finest bit of copy I've seen felt tipped onto a bed sheet.
You beat me to it by 3 minutes. I was so sad. Professional beats the amateur everytime
As for Govier best times eva.
Maybe my very good friend C**teridge will come and explain the joke. I hope so.
WHO IS THIS STREATHAM ROVERS????
never mind Streatham Rovers - Govier's gone nuclear #again (as BIG refers to)
The man is unstable. Seriously. Block and ignore.
... you what?
Big win, surprisingly small crowd. People saving themselves for Wednesday?
An enjoyable match I thought - good to see a couple of non-regulars get a chance, and Sekajja in particular definitely put forward a strong claim for more game time. And great to see Clunis back in the side and looking sharp. The team formation is really working well now and everyone seems to know what their role is, even when there's a bit of squad rotation like there was in this one.
I know the Kingstonian fans aren't popular but personally I like it when a travelling support makes a bit of an effort to make some noise. It's disappointingly rare at Champion Hill.
Hoping for a Leiston defeat tonight and then a big three points for us on Wednesday.
I won the 50:50.
Not quite the bonanza that EDC won around Christmas but pretty darned good. A mate then took up my offer of a celebratory drink by enquiring of the barman at the EDT what their most expensive beer was. It was vile so that'll learn him.
Enjoyed last night, the team played well, especially Sekajja with Dipo providing the usual annoyances to the oppositions defence. Glad he got a goal for his work.
Pitty we let in a second goal at the end, a good goal difference at the end of the season could come in useful.
If only you see a man in a Streatham Rovers shirt does he exist?
Scolly what do you think?
(not sure you get the joke)
Have this ready made for the next away trip to K's, wherever and whenever that is...
Dulwich Hamlet comfortably sweep aside Kingstonian in dominant 4-2 victory
If those were the 'highlights' from Ks perspective it says everything you need to know about their own club. A desperate attempt to insult us by association with Farage. Not even worth any kind of response, just treat them with the contempt they deserve.
This was a fairly easy win, and we really ought to have won by at least double the margin, but given the hectic fixture list and the strength of our forthcoming opponents it was definitely "job done". We were able to rest three regular starters on the bench (Kargbo, Tomlin, Ming) while Camara came in for his first league start, Clunis returned after six weeks out injured, and Sekajja returned to the starting line up after being dropped to the bench for the last two league games and responded with two goals and a generally excellent performance.
Hamlet grew into the game as it became apparent that Ks were very much there for the taking and were soon in front when Carew confidently beat ex-Hamlet keeper Rob Tolfrey from the penalty spot following a handball. Hamlet dominated the remainder of the half with several attempts at goal either well saved or narrowly off target.
The game was effectively in the bag after less than ten minutes of the second half as Hamlet struck twice more. Sekajja latched onto a long ball over the top and fired past Tolfrey, then Akinyemi converted a cross from the right to make it 3-0. Other chances followed with Dumaka, on as substitute, particularly unfortunate not to find the net as Tolfrey and the goalframe thwarted him. With twenty minutes to go the ref seemed to take pity on Ks, ignoring an obvious foul on the edge of their box then awarding them one at the other end, from which they scored, following a swift counter-attack. This seemed to spark the visitors into life and they enjoyed their most productive spell of the match but without really threatening further goals. Most of Hamlet's subsequent attacks seemed to end with Dumaka being harshly penalised for 50-50 challenges or being fouled without getting a free kick, but eventually we added a fourth when Sekajja's shot took a deflection that wrongfooted Tolfrey and went into the opposite side of the net. Annoyingly Ks then bagged a second goal deep into stoppage time from the last kick of the match, but Hamlet are now back up to seventh place and only six, four and two points respectively off third, fourth and fifth places, with four games in hand over all those teams. Leiston, having overcome their losing streak are one point ahead in sixth with the same number of games played.
Team (3-4-1-2): Edwards - Weatherstone, Drage, Chambers - Clunis, Carew, Beaney(c), Green - Camara - Akinyemi, Sekajja. Subs: Kargbo (for Camara), Dumaka (for Akinyemi), Taylor (for Carew), Tomlin, Ming (not used). Attendance: 595
We hate Tooting & Mitchem,
We hate Leatherhead too (for an indefinite period, they're scum!)
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