WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

eusebiovic 10:06 Sat Mar 10
SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
Property developer cunts playing hardball after they blew it from the beginning - with everybody

The supporters trust is a mix of some huge Millwall and West Ham fans working together to save the club - Who'd a thunk it?


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David L 11:31 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
We'll said Keith - fuck em

Ray w will obviously blame their demise on the evil Tories somehow

Keith Lemon 11:19 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
If there is any non league club I couldn’t care less that they went under it’s this lot. Horrible leftie hipster mugs.

eusebiovic 11:10 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
I thought it was relevant to post about Dulwich because their current situation is the result of many years of local authorities, politicians, property developers and shiester owners with an eye on the prize - accidently on purpose mismanaging the thing for their own long-term financial gain.

Sound familiar?

Bullet 12:44 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
From East Dulwich/Old Camberwell borders originally, grandad was mad about football playing and watching used to play CB into his 40s and was a Charlton fan, remember him telling me he used to also watch his local team Dulwich Hamlet down dog kennel hill (sounds right up Soldo's street) with his best mate who was Millwall who's favourite player was Harry Cripps. They both tried to get my brother and I down there in the 70s watching all three, but we never did once. Told them to come down the Boleyn for a proper atmosphere with us but they never did either. Great club with great long history is Dulwich Hamlet.

Briano 12:24 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
The Tooting ground was built by lottery money as part of the 2012 Olympic bid, it was to built to show the Olympic committee how quickly a venue could be constructed.

Very impressive,

On The Ball 12:20 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
What if the huge West Ham fan takes a massive bung from the Club owner?

swindon hammer 12:19 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
Save West Ham is the priority surely?

Kirk st Moritz 12:19 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
best mate used to play fro them so went a few times, got a lot of history but how many football fans give a fuck.u`m alright jack i

Hani 12:12 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
Hipster student club basically London's version of Whitehawk FC.

OccupyGreenStreet 12:09 Sun Mar 11
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
Good to read that, Eusebovic. May pop down T&M and have a look. Used to live in Brixton and Herne Hill a few years back, great times, and hope DH can dig in and keep going.

eusebiovic 11:01 Sat Mar 10
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
OccupyGreenStreet 10:39 Sat Mar 10

It's confirmed...Groundshare with Tooting & Mitcham until end of the season.

The thing about Dulwich is that on the surface it just appears to be about hipsters, craft beer and middle class residents that the area is associated with - they are more than welcome and I'm not going to cunt them off because their money gives the club a viable financial future.

The only reason that the club still exist at all is down to the residents of the what were until recently the less fashionable areas around Dulwich - like me, the ones on the housing estates where I grew up - who adopted the and almost ironically used it as a vehicle for social engagement to get the people into doing something positive rather than negative for their local area...

So salute Brixton, Camberwell, Honor Oak, New Cross, Nunhead, Peckham, Tulse Hill, Walworth, West Norwood and many others in South London...they kept it going when nobody else cared

Scratch the surface...it's far more interesting than most would appreciate or realize...

OccupyGreenStreet 10:39 Sat Mar 10
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
Hope they can get the ground sorted. Rio made a £10 million offer to buy the land I read. May be playing near me at Tooting and Mitcham in the interim.

Hermit Road 10:12 Sat Mar 10
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
Maybe fuck em was a bit over the top.

I’ve got an irrational hatred of them as well as Luton.

Hermit Road 10:08 Sat Mar 10
Re: SAVE Dulwich Hamlet FC
The most middle class club in Britain.

Fuck em, and their stripes scarfs.

A whip round from the Barristers and Architects who frequent their games should be enough to save them.

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