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Dulwich Hamlet: Transfer News for 2016/17 Season

YTC

Human Man
Are you Nigel Farage as there is so much hipocracy in this single post, even by football standards.
Risk. The fog, I would say no they were not hence why we should be more incensed. The ref felt there was a risk and called it off. You believe he was influenced but your manager/team/supporters, any manager/team/supporters, will do the same every game.
If you don't think there was a risk, then I wonder why you (as a group of supporters) wrote to local authorities to state otherwise.
"We spend our time trying to enjoy the football and the experience at the game" - again, I bed to differ based on this thread.
Oh give it a rest, along with your tired Observer magazine cliches. Go liven up your own forum.
 

YTC

Human Man
On a more related, but sadder note due to his performance last night, looks like Yamfam is on his way back to the Valley after this Saturdays game. Shame we didn't get to see much more of him in the league.
 

Lucy Fur

Well-Known Member
Are you Nigel Farage as there is so much hipocracy in this single post, even by football standards.
Risk. The fog, I would say no they were not hence why we should be more incensed. With the wall, the ref felt there was a risk and called it off. You believe he was influenced but your manager/team/supporters, any manager/team/supporters, will do the same every game.
If you don't think there was a risk, then I wonder why you (as a group of supporters) wrote to local authorities to state otherwise.
"We spend our time trying to enjoy the football and the experience at the game" - again, I beg to differ based on this thread.
If you dont like what we do, your welcome to cunt off.
 

HempFree

New Member
So HempFree , you came on here trying to be a smart arse, made a complete muppet of your self, came back and had a little hissy fit. Anymore? Because "I have to say, weve all been very amused by it"
...and I thought we were getting along. It is always difficult to judge the mood of a post and as Dulwich have lacked the emotional maturity over the LAST FOUR YEARS I don't think I can rely on the interpretation of being hissy or otherwise.
 

YTC

Human Man
...and I thought we were getting along. It is always difficult to judge the mood of a post and as Dulwich have lacked the emotional maturity over the LAST FOUR YEARS I don't think I can rely on the interpretation of being hissy or otherwise.
You're showing a lot of emotional maturity on this thread pal.

 

B.I.G

Well-Known Member
Are you Nigel Farage as there is so much hipocracy in this single post, even by football standards.
Risk. The fog, I would say no they were not hence why we should be more incensed. With the wall, the ref felt there was a risk and called it off. You believe he was influenced but your manager/team/supporters, any manager/team/supporters, will do the same every game.
If you don't think there was a risk, then I wonder why you (as a group of supporters) wrote to local authorities to state otherwise.
"We spend our time trying to enjoy the football and the experience at the game" - again, I beg to differ based on this thread.
*hypocrisy
 

B.I.G

Well-Known Member
Are you Nigel Farage as there is so much hipocracy in this single post, even by football standards.
Risk. The fog, I would say no they were not hence why we should be more incensed. With the wall, the ref felt there was a risk and called it off. You believe he was influenced but your manager/team/supporters, any manager/team/supporters, will do the same every game.
If you don't think there was a risk, then I wonder why you (as a group of supporters) wrote to local authorities to state otherwise.
"We spend our time trying to enjoy the football and the experience at the game" - again, I beg to differ based on this thread.
If a wall collapsed. Our first thought would be on the people involved. Football would probably be a distant second.

Loads of leatherhead officials asked after our welfare I'm sure.
 

HempFree

New Member
If a wall collapsed. Our first thought would be on the people involved. Football would probably be a distant second.

Loads of leatherhead officials asked after our welfare I'm sure.
I think our officials were at hand to help those kids down from the wall as to not damage their onsies...
 

B.I.G

Well-Known Member
I think our officials were at hand to help those kids down from the wall as to not damage their onsies...
I think your officials did fuck all to check on the people that were injured.

I can't believe there were children at a football game dressed in fancy dress. It's fucking wrong you know.
 

Al Crane

Well-Known Member
Glad to see this boy back. His power up front was important in keeping us on track for the play offs towards the end of last season. Sadly it looks like he won't be able to help us in our quest for the FA Trophy or Ryman League Cup this season as he's already played in both competitions for St Albans City and Billericay Town respectively.
 

Dulwich Mishi

Old Skool Terrace Dinosaur-embracing the new-veau!
R.I.P.
Indeed, he's cup tied for the Trophy; ironically because he played against Whitehawk in an earlier round, coming off the bench twice, in the first game & replay for St. Albans City against them...playing a total of 21 minutes in the two matches.
 

sleaterkinney

Well-Known Member
Risk. The fog, I would say no they were not hence why we should be more incensed. With the wall, the ref felt there was a risk and called it off. You believe he was influenced but your manager/team/supporters, any manager/team/supporters, will do the same every game.
As If. We are probably the most Morally Pure side in the division.
 
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