Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by editor, May 30, 2013.
See you in a bit
2-2. Cracking game!
I've nearly lost my voice from all the singing and my arm hurts from vigorously waving my Hamlet scarf aloft. Proper game that.
So much fun. Really good game. That equaliser...
Yep, my voice is fucked.
Fantastic day and the wealdstone bunch including the raider are sound. Some very complimentary comments from their fans and stewards.
Bah humbug. If anyone hears of any not-total-shit Monday-Friday jobs let me know. Nightshifts destroying my marriage is one thing, but missing the football? Another fucking bastard level of sodbaked debauchery.
You would have loved it, a great away day. can't wait for some pictures of the pink flare, mine came out shit.
Feel proud, people:
I liked Wealdstone's ground with its hotchpotch of different stands and picnic-worthy grass banks.
The banning of beer in the stands when watching the game wasn't so good though.
I just poked my head out of the window cos there was a lot of shouting and chanting in the street, and spotted some of the pink and blue army weaving down the road causing the noise
Yes. That was them
The sad thing is that I already want MOAR Hamlet.
Cracking photo mate.
so tuesday then, what's the craic?
So fucking jealous. PINK MOTHERFUCKING SMOKE!!!!!! Whoever did it MORE PLEASE. Missed you lot. I love you guys x
It looks good...but on the other hand...the referee has reported it and we will be in trouble with the Football Association. I trust whoever set it off will happily pay the fine, and those who thought it should happen more often will join in the whip rounds to pay them...
If that sounds 'killjoy' then so be it...I don't make up the bloody rules!
That was fucking brilliant. Absolutely rocking by the end.
And the Raider is possibly the smallest man I've ever seen. Bless!
They're still loving us on the Wealdstone forum!
Fair play to you lot for turning up en masse and making loads of noise. Manage to avoid getting egged from the more environmentalist factions of your support but as a fully fledged smoker was absolutely impressed with your own smoking antics. We've got a series of Top Gear coming up where were gonna test the most gas guzzling cars on the planet, I do hope you lot won't mind me, the Stig and co turning up and filming it around the streets of Dulwich. Might want to test a few nukes if you don't mind. Get the red meat and Jack Daniels out if you get to the play offs and I might even come down and support you. Just no teachers strikes ok.
All the best.
This vine is filling me with dangerous levels of jealousy.
A cracking advert for non-league football yesterday especially off the field. Great bonhomie after the game in the bar. It's not often that we have away supporters at the Vale and you certainly added to the atmosphere.
As for the game, we were in control for all of the first half and though you enjoyed decent possession in the second, I wasn't really too concerned. Your first was a cracking strike but thought our keeper should have done better for your equaliser.
That's was our best league gate since March 1988 and indicative of the progress we have made since moving to the Vale especially with a 1,000 of that gate supporting us. We have shown how you can progress with a home and firm foundations.
Good luck in the play offs.
I'd have said it was the other way round with our goals. Your keeper was wrong-footed for the first; with the second, it just kept on swerving - I think he probably thought he'd done enough, and in most circumstances that would have been true.
Dead nice day out yesterday, anyway. It was a fair result and the atmosphere was really friendly. Thought your stewards were excellent, too: they dealt with everything proportionately and calmly, and had smiles on their faces most of the time.
Both clubs are a credit to the Isthmian with their home and away support. I really enjoyed yesterday as I'd hoped I would, a bit down after the first half but what a second. The accoustics in the pre-fab stand are brilliant and surely not that expensive as it's all bolted together, hopefully once the ground issue at Dulwich is sorted it's something we can hopefully look at having. I saw it was being filmed, should be great when it comes up on the net.
The cost of the Bulla Stand was around 40k. All raised by supporter donations and some sponsorship in a space of around two months. We also saved on installation costs as much of the work was done by supporters.
They've added a lot more cover and terracing since i last visited five years ago just after they moved there. I was a bit disappointed "Couch Corner" turned out to be just a bogstandard covered terrace - I was expecting some comfy sofas in there.
It's good to see Bernie Ecclestone enjoying himself. Surely Hamlet v Stones has got to be more exciting than F1?
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