Dulwich Hamlet FC 2013-2014 season - chat, rumours, reports

Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by editor, May 30, 2013.

  1. PartisanDulwich

    PartisanDulwich Well-Known Member

    erhun posters dulwich.jpg The Erhun Mural worked out OK

    Looks very 1970's
  2. Scutta

    Scutta Live Fast Die Bizarre

  3. shifting gears

    shifting gears Well-Known Member

    Ah man... It was still a fantastic day out, and when the players and fans clapped each other off (oooer) you could tell that both sides really meant it.

    It wasn't to be - we battered them second half, the ref was dire (yet again) , we just couldn't close it out.

    But fuck it. It's still been a magnificent season and my heart swells thinking about it. I think I made 10 home games this season, which pales in comparison to a lot of you, but I enjoyed em all, win or lose.

    Much love and utmost respect to the mighty, mighty DULWICH HAMLET!!!
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  4. EDC

    EDC A Slightly Less Invisible Cyber Fan These Days

    Which two clubs relegated from the Conference South/North are likely to end up in the Isthmian Premier next season?
    Last edited: Apr 26, 2014
  5. Taper

    Taper Mark McGann

    Well what to say.

    Elated really. What a superb performance against a very good side. This was Hamlet back to form,after four months off the boil. They should have won.

    But I really don't give a shit, because winning, always winning, isn't the point of the Hamlet. We really have won the moral victory. Here's a club, down on its arse not so long ago; now resurgent, known throughout the land as a true original. And though it remains precariously founded, you sense that what underpins - the fans, the ethos, the team spirit - will preserve this grand old club, that most of us are new (ish) to, for generations to come.

    We love this club, real passionate love.
  6. SDE

    SDE Well-Known Member

    Gutted, of course. But seriously delighted too.
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  7. Jamie Wyatt

    Jamie Wyatt Well-Known Member

    I would say Tonbridge Angels and Hayes & Yeading if no one gets reprieved!!
  8. Crispy

    Crispy The following psytrance is baṉned: All

    I have lived all my 33 years without really caring about football, but now I can't wait for the next season. Can't wait. Moral victory indeed.
  9. leanderman

    leanderman Street Party: July 2

    I have lived longer, and cared for little else but football, until recently, when I stopped playing.

    However I intend to watch DH next season.
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  10. editor

    editor hiraethified

    Suddenly, a vast, gaping and unwelcome hole appears in my Saturday afternoons. :(
  11. Monkeygrinder's Organ

    Monkeygrinder's Organ Dodgy geezer swilling vapid lager

    A bit disappointing not to make it but a great day and a great performance overall this season. At the start of this season I felt like the Hamlet had become an important thing to me over the last season but this season that's really stepped up to another level. I really love it now and I've made new friends in a way I haven't for a few years. I'll be getting my season ticket next week and I look forward to seeing you all soon.:)
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  12. editor

    editor hiraethified

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  13. PartisanDulwich

    PartisanDulwich Well-Known Member


    Just in case you forgot, this is what the Rabble looked like in 2007 (and well done to those loyal fans)

    However, in the last few years.......

    We have all done something incredible at Dulwich Hamlet FC
    that is the manager, players, fans (old and new) and officials

    We have all helped build a "community"

    A community reaching out to schools, to emergency workers, to low paid workers, punks, anarchists, lefties, art students, musicians, song smiths, anti racists, anti fascists, gays, families and those that are just fed up with Modern football or corporate football robbery (and many more)

    DHFC on and off the pitch has brought the joy of grassroots football back to so many

    Its also a "safe environment" where racism and sexism will be challenged

    And the result can be seen today

    The Rabble on the Curva del Transpontine (part of a fantastic crowd of 1,400)

    Who would have thought or dreamed it was possible

    to quote a famous Chinese leader

    "Rest, because we have a long march ahead of us"

    Roll on 2014-2015 season

    dulwich v kingstonians long rabble april 26 2014Untitled.jpg dulwich v kingstonianBmKpAsZIYAI6pEe.jpg large.jpg
    Last edited: Apr 27, 2014
  14. EDC

    EDC A Slightly Less Invisible Cyber Fan These Days

    Because of the wide flat bit in front of the terrace, photos never do the numbers justice, it was rammed and heaving today.

    If only we had covered ends. :(
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  15. editor

    editor hiraethified

    Here's how the season ended. It was a fantastic season for Hamlet.

  16. Monkeygrinder's Organ

    Monkeygrinder's Organ Dodgy geezer swilling vapid lager

    Yes, it's amazing really. Possibly unique.

    I recently came across this comment on a football blog from 2011. I'll leave it to you lot to work out who wrote it:

  17. girasol

    girasol Ubuntu

  18. vornstyle76

    vornstyle76 Vorn Chic Vorn Genre

    Writing this with tears streaming down my face. I love you guys. Can't believe the season is over. It's been an honour to either meet you or get to know you better.
    Ha ha, i recognise this style of writing... Seems rather prescient.

    As for Otto on the East Dulwich Forum... is he claiming that singing at football matches is an example of hipsterdom ruining football matches?! *Singing*?!?!?!?! As Danny might say, I WILL BUSS YOU UP!!!
  19. B.I.G

    B.I.G Well-Known Member

    Please stop calling him Otto. He is "The Otta", and having a definitive article in your nickname is definitely hipster.
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  20. treefrog

    treefrog Tauiwi

    Seeing all my mates develop a love for the team and looking at the photos and reading the match reports has made me miss London more than I have in a long time, and has helped me realise that football doesn't need to be sectarianism and violence, or stupid expensive and detached.

    I'm actually quite sad the season's over, I've loved keeping up with it all

    (I also realised the other day I am in posession of a pink and blue tattoo, clearly my distance fandom was foretold :D )
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  21. Monkeygrinder's Organ

    Monkeygrinder's Organ Dodgy geezer swilling vapid lager

    Yesterday's attendance was the highest in the league all season for anyone but Maidstone. Average attendances for the season were 667 (one too many :p), up 35.85%. Which is fantastic but doesn't show the whole picture of increasing attendances over the season - hopefully it will carry on next year. There were quite a lot of people there for the first time yesterday and I'm sure most will be back.
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  22. Fingers

    Fingers From Tuscany SE22

    Awesome game awesome day. Met some brilliant new friends over the last few months. What are we going to do with our Saturdays now?

    Anyways, we are going to watch the posh footy at the Effra this afternoon at 4pm if anyone wants a hair of the dog Badgers
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  23. Lucy Fur

    Lucy Fur Well-Known Member

    Ain't no team like...
  24. Fingers

    Fingers From Tuscany SE22

    BTW best wishes to the Kingstonian fan who was ambulanced out at half time :-(
  25. EDC

    EDC A Slightly Less Invisible Cyber Fan These Days

    I wasn't aware, what happened.
  26. Fingers

    Fingers From Tuscany SE22

    Not too sure, fella in his sixties had a turn and was whisked off to Kings College. He was walking (aided) to the Ambulance so hopefully he was ok.
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  27. EDC

    EDC A Slightly Less Invisible Cyber Fan These Days

    Thanks, I hope he's OK too. I hope Kingstonian don't go up though, I'll miss going to the the away match if they do.

    What's the peoples choice on who'll go up in the play-off, maybe just to get an awkward away trip out of the way. AFC Hornchurch for me.
    Last edited: Apr 27, 2014
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  28. EDC

    EDC A Slightly Less Invisible Cyber Fan These Days

    I had to laugh at this post on their forum, bearing in mind I had to wait all of half-time and beyond to get a cup of tea at their place!! One lady serving the whole crowd.

    Re: DHFC Attendance
    Paul Morriss, yesterday at 22:25:08
    User: Paul Morriss - profile
    Views: 255

    Well done mate on your attendances, but I'd suggest more bar staff or a bigger bar!! It was boring standing 5 people deep with 5 mins until KO!!
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  29. pettyboy

    pettyboy Well-Known Member

    So Peacehaven and VCD Athletic will be in our division next season. Anyone know which of the relegated Conference South sides would come down to the Ryman Premier?
  30. Pink Panther

    Pink Panther Well-Known Member

    Definitely Tonbridge Angels. Possibly Hayes & Yeading, but they may not go down as I believe Vauxhall Motors have resigned from Conference North and H&Y have a better playing record than Oxford City, who finished in the equivalent position in Conf N. In which case the spare place in our division would be filled by someone shifting across from the Southern League, probably St Albans City if they don't go up in the play-offs, or maybe Hitchin Town. Both those clubs were regular league opponents of the Hamlet up to the turn of the century.

    (The Vauxhall Motors situation could also mean a reprieve from relegation for Wingate & Finchley.)
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