Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by Jamie Wyatt, Jun 9, 2014.
will erhun be the next peter crouch?
Erhun will be the next Erhun.
Crouch only played a few games for us. He wasn't a 'proper' Dulwich Hamlet player, as he came on loan from Tottenham Hotspur to us, and then went back to them...
He was pretty good though?
To be honest, he wasn't with us long enough, vague memory says that Peter 'Blobby' Garland was out injured...they would have been formidable together, even for a short spell.
I remember seeing him a couple of those matches, he scored in one of them at The Greendale End.
whilst we read this danny carr is at aldershot on loan
BBC Sport - Daniel Carr: Cambridge striker joins Aldershot on loan
I doubt it. For all his merits, I can't seen Erhan ever earning the 20ft chicken nickname.
I see he got a kick in the bollocks to get a penalty today !!
One for Older Viewers
Mark That Man
Three Point Saturday
Panic in Crewe
The Prettiest Pass
Let's Spend the Match Together
Lady Grinning Goal
Happy Christmas to all our friends at Champion Hill and here's to a deserved double-promotion clinching 2016
The Oztumer nine-iron from 22 yards (1.12). Bet you've seen one of these before.
Cracking goal, and good day all round for you at T' Lane yesterday then, well appreciated by the blue three quarters of Sheffield as well.
Sorry to bounce this thread so often this week.
Just thought our wholly impartial fellow connosseurs of fine football might like to cast their objective eyes on the Posh Goal of 2015 Mitre Nomination vote and maybe submit an unbiaised vote
Bollocks, I can't embed the vote link from Twitter
The video is here:
I love the contrast in size as the giant no.12 congratulates Erhun, then pats him on the head!
Crystal Palace target Erhun Oztumer reveals if he didn’t go to college he didn’t get to play football
Great to see Erhun and DHFC Aspire getting national recognition
So, got to see Erhun on the tellybox as a sub in the Cup match against WBA, but why wasn't he in the penalty-takers? Bloody stupid.
Incredible really. The two players who missed were both kids who took long hesitant run-ups and struck weak shots far too close to the keeper. In his post-match interview Graham Westley remarked that West Broms experience saw them through the shoot out, but he nominated an 18 year old on loan player (who looked about 14)) take a penalty when the best penalty taker most Hamlet fans have ever seen was left kicking his heels in the centre circle? I waited with baited breath to see Erhun ping an unstoppable shot high into Ben Foster's top left corner in the manner to which I'm accustomed, but to no avail!
Must have been saving him for "sudden death" - which came all too bloody soon.
Subbed at half time versus Millwall this weekend.
Seeing as though he's started pretty much every game since September (not withstanding a 3 game suspension for a straight red card early in his ascension to the first team for a dubious tackle) and scored some and got good reviews he can be very proud of his achievements. Shame some Philistine's denied us a full BBC outing.
Went to see him on Saturday, his first start in 3 games I think!
Harshly subbed at HT in my opinion, he hadn't done much wrong and the whole team was playing poorly! He made a few decent passes but seemed to be lacking in a bit of confidence.
He has had decent reviews to be fair to him over the last few months, but Saturday he was moved around the pitch a bit too, started behind the main forward but ended up wide right!
I can't think of the kid who is on loan from West Ham but he was shocking and could quite easily have been hooked at HT instead of Erhun!
Still deeply ingrained in your average British football manager isn't it - if things are going badly get rid of your Erhun-type players and put on some more 'get-stuck-in' types.
Which has no relevance to anything else in this forum.
Got the programme from Saturday at the Millwall club office today
Martin Samuelsen - he's Norwegian.
Just a courtesy call to say thank you to the players, staff and fans of Dulwich Hamlet for making my 'peripheral' season entertaining once again. I only managed four home games and the trip to Thurrock/Le Hope/Corringham but I enjoyed every single minute I spent amongst you endearing fruit loops last term!
I had a good chat with Erhun yesterday at the end of season sponsors' lunch ( I've been his kit sponsor since he joined Posh) and we did spend as much time talking about Hamlet as we did Posh. Last weekend, Posh beat Shrewsbury away from home and former Shrews' darling Jon Taylor scored the winner against his former club. I posed the hypothetical question to Erhun " What would you do if, let's say, it's the FA Cup First Round proper (not an implausible situation), you notched the goal that put Dulwich out of the FA Cup? ". His normally cheery countenance changed as he contemplated this profound scenario and he stared at the floor for a moment or two. I had a very clear signal that he wouldn't be at all comfortable with such a sequence of events. After allowing him to take this in for a moment, I suggested that 99.9% of the Rabble would quite probably cheer his efforts anyways and he positively beamed, with good reason I thought. Maybe this might happen and probably it won't but it's perfectly clear to me that he has a very rich appreciation of the continued support that many of you volunteer for his football career. As a Posh fan, I personally would like to thank you for this as I know that this enduring bedrock of support helps galvanise his determination to press on and succeed. Cheers
Finally for this season, and I really do hope I'm not sounding patronising, please stick with your programme of blithe devotion. As an arms' length observer, I'm slightly disturbed that the odd Hamlet fan has questioned Gavin's stewardship of the football club. I quite firmly believe that his vision and broad perspectives dovetail immaculately with the exotic football buzz-seeking aspirations of many Hamlet fans. Even with just a fleeting scrutiny, only a complete bell-end could fail to recognise that he understands emphatically that erotic football is the beacon to which we should all face unblinkingly. With the business side of the club presently out of your hands, Gavin and his team ARE the temporal football gods of SE22 - please continue to support him as you have done because only a couple of things in life would give me greater orgasmic pleasure that to see you guys knocking down the walls of convention and forcibly re-introducing the Corinthinan spirit where it's most needed in modern football. The game in general is starting to stink at so many levels but there is a mitigating breath of fresh air from below and DHFC are providing a fair old bit of this oxygen IMO.
Please don't change. The aspiration of a 32-year old Erhun Oztumer skippering you to a successful FL campaign under the management of Gavin Rose isn't a truly ludicrous proposition a little farther down the line, is it?
Wishing you all (even that embittered fucker from Northampton) a great summer and all that
Bollocks - forgot to post the link...
Blue. Pink. Pink and Blue. Absolute magic
Thanks for the reminder.
Ignorant manager and chairman.
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