Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by Scolly, Sep 10, 2018.
.... the glammer
Well, it's certainly winnable even though we lost that fixture in the league last season and the one before. Would have been nice to play someone new and they'll probably feel the same.
And Tooting drawn away (to Woking), which is helpful I guess.
It could have been us drawn away to Woking, possibly the best side in our own division and only seven days after we go there for the league fixture!
Tonbridge have started the season well and are top of the Isthmian Prem so it'll be a tough test as it always seems nto be against them.
Yes, I hadn't noticed that. They've had five wins and a draw from six league matches and conceded only one goal. They were often tactically capable of negating us in league matches but they haven't been playing the standard of opponents we have so we're still favourites.
BIG v Steve McKimm
With 9 grand now on the table for the winners that’s one heck of an incentive to get through.
All depends on if I have a bet....
This is I’m sure a very dumb question... but for clarity, if we won, and then won the next round (prize £15k) we would win a total of £24k (9+15)? The £15k would be additional in other words, it wouldn’t replace the £9k? It’s not like you just win the amount of the last round you win?
The Emirates FA Cup
Payments made from The FA's prize fund
Extra preliminary round winners (184) £2,250 Losers receive £750
Preliminary round winners (160) £2,890 Losers receive £960
First round qualifying winners (116) £6,000
Second Round Qualifying winners (80) £9,000
Third Round Qualifying winners (40) £15,000
Fourth Round Qualifying winners (32) £25,000
First Round Proper winners (40) £36,000
Second Round Proper winners (20) £54,000
Third Round Proper winners (32) £135,500
Fourth Round Proper winners (16) £180,000
Fifth Round Proper winners (8) £360,000
Quarter-Final winners (4) £720,000
Semi-Final winners (2) £1,800,000
Semi-Final losers (2) £900,000
Final runners-up (1) £1,800,000
Final winners (1) £3,600,000
Oh that's a shame I read it as there being 9k riding on BIG v McKimm.
(But that's correct yeah)
All cumulative and can add up to quite a bit with Sutton United banking close to a million from their run to the fifth round last year. That figure included gate receipts and TB fees obviously!
So basically reaching the First Round would earn £49k plus, if you're very lucky, a broadcast fee for hosting a League club.
Their keeper Joanthan Henly is a cheat I have just been reminded on the Woking thread.
If there is anyone who can help with selling the 50/50 tickets on Saturday that would be much appreciated.
Open house weekend anyone visiting any building before the game.
Just a reminder that with today's game being a FA Cup game alcohol is not allowed to be consumed within the ground.
The Sports Bar outside the ground will be open today as the only outlet selling alcohol.
Aren't open houses and public houses synonyms?
What a perplexing language.
A "public house" serves beer, wine, spirits etc to the public, who drink in "the house". A public house is usually referred to as a "pub".
"London Open House Weekend" is an annual event where interesting buildings and sites of historical interest that are not normally accessible to the public are open for the public to explore. These include many different types of building. Over the years I have visited the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, St Pancras Station Hotel (before it was refurbished and reopened), Crystal Palace Subway, the Brunel Museum, the Salvation Army building at Denmark Hill, Battersea Power Station etc.
Ha! You should try German! (Thankfully WE don't as YOU all speak English!)
Feed me updates!
1-0 up, Nathan Ferguson, 35 mins
2-0, t'other Nathan, 44 mins. Tonbridge's Folkes sent off
2-1, Miles, 53 mins.
Up the Hamlet! What's the crowd like?
3-1, Dipo, 87 mins.
Crowd is 500+
Weather's 'orrible, so not a bad turn-out.
3-1 full time.
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