Dulwich Hamlet secure historic promotion but fight for future continuesMost importantly, Meadow have no intention of letting Dulwich back into Champion Hill under current circumstances. Only if Southwark support their new application will they consider it, but there is almost no chance of that. Each side still accuses the other of holding the club hostage as leverage. Which means that, short of an unexpected change of heart from either Southwark or Meadow, there is little chance of Dulwich playing National League South football at their true home any time soon.
Meadow have been speaking with forked tongue for the last 6 months. I don't trust them as far as I can throw them. Although had that horrible pipsqueak McDaniel been on Goose Green roundabout on Monday night I reckon I could have summoned the strength to throw him under a 185 bus!Interesting the bit in that article about Meadow having no intention of letting the club back in - does that mean they've dropped their pretence of "they can come back whenever they like".
Capital F and lower case m.Meadow really are fucking filth.
Dulwich Hamlet secure historic promotion but fight for future continues
Department for Culture, Media and SportI'm not disputing that, nor looking for a fucking argument. All I was doing was simply saying that it might be helpful if anyone typed out the full name of something to save some scratching their heads, that's all! Good grief!
Very much so. It was an undertaking made by Sports Minister, Tracey Crouch, in her response to Helen Hayes MP in the Dulwich Hamlet debate.
Thanks Mike.Posted the Supporters' Trust statement on Buzz
Dulwich Hamlet’s ground eviction and their vile landlords, Meadow Residential – update
The CPO procedure, if it is triggered, would have to be the subject of a further decision by Southwark Council’s Cabinet.Have Southwark started the compulsory repurchase yet? It's pretty obvious Meadow are never going to cooperate so it's time to get going with this if it's not already started.