Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by StephenMac, Nov 8, 2017.
A welcome, if less than glamorous, diversion from current travails.
Big Turnout to show support?
Plus there is a carvery. Plus I'm going.
In ........ and then straight out to Hamburg!!!!
You booked a table again? If so, I'm in.
I would have gone to the carvery...but it's a bit embarrassing eating with amateurs like you who give it large, but can't finish their plate...even when it's padded out with vegetables!
Well this time - I wont have eaten anything except ice in the rum.
Going to book once I have numbers of people plus gotta eat early - so people need to get in.
Sadly, going to Hull (and back) this weekend.
"allegedly" only one hour by car
Where are we drinking pre match? We have a Norwegian fan flying into Stansted for the game. i will meet him at Harlow Station and bring him to the pub.
ENGINEERING WORKS FUN: Just to make travelling there a bit fiddlier, the trains are going from Liverpool Street and *Seven Sisters*, not Tottenham Hale, and the trains that'd usually run from Stratford aren't running.
London Liverpool Street to Hertford East, Stansted Airport, Cambridge and Cambridge North | Greater Anglia
Sneaky bastards. That wasn"t flagged up when I ran a search on National Rail Enquiries last wèek.
What the hell happened on the 27th minute?
Cancel that. Football web pages was showing 2-0 with two Harlow goals in the 27th. Corrected now.
Disappointing but the Harlow defence and midfield was unrecognisable from what we'd seen so far this season. Good bit of team bonding with the crowd at the end though and we don't have to share the gate receipts on Tuesday which is presumably a good thing.
Not to disappointed by this, can really focus on the league now plus money bags ricay are through so more games for them.
We need a big crowd on Tue night 700+ would be a nice earner given the current situation!
They played well and our last 1/3 play suffered from their quick closing down and hustling.
Dulwich's passing just seemed to be a fraction off today.
Great to see so many Dulwich Hamlet fans make this tricky away day (travel wise) 100-120 maybe more
Thought we played well first 20 mins despite going down and Reise scored excellent goal (6th in 6 games - must be close to a record), despite some very heavy man marking by Harlow, who clattered him on a number of occasions - and worrying to see him subbed and hobble off (glad to say he states on twitter ok for Tuesday) - We need to do all we can to let him know how much we value him at the Club (note to twitter users @RAllassani
Strange own goal ??? couldn't see from our end
Had hoped we would push on in second half, but final ball very poor on all occasions, and never tested their Goalkeeper, and unfortunately Hamlet didn't throw caution to the wind in last 10 mins as may have been expected in a Cup game
Generally seemed to struggle on the 3G pitch at times and ref gave us nothing
Anyways, on the positive, can concentrate on the league, maybe avoid fewer games switched to Tuesday and great following (well done to the Rabble for moving to the Stand for the second half - great noise - shows what could be) and good to see players with our fans at the final whistle
Back to the league Tuesday, vital we get a big crowd and put in a good performance
i thought we really missed a firing nathan ferguson yesterday , he was strangely out of sorts for his recently high standards , I'm sure he'll be back
The pubs in Roydon were nice.
No doubt Harlow defended well. Some of the Dulwich players, particularly Reise Allassani, got clattered by late challenges that the ref would have seen, if he'd been watching the game!
Dulwich Hamlet out of the FA Trophy after defeat at Harlow Town
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