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Posted by Peckhamgatecrasher October 28, 09:42PM

Thanks BNG. Away this w/e most likely. Will have to get a few beers round the telly instead.

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Posted by ruffers October 30, 04:49PM

Got my tickets last night. Well organised queue - went in and thought I might be there an hour, was out in just over half that.

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Posted by johnqadams November 05, 07:37PM

I showed up last night hoping to purchase 2 tickets for the general admission sale, but they ran out about 10 people ahead of me.

Had a guy jump me in the queue and refuse to give me my spotó"Oh, mate, we'll see what happens." I was fuming!

I doubt anyone will be selling their tickets, but would the forum be the best place to keep my eyes peeled for Friday's match?

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Posted by BrandNewGuy November 06, 07:22AM

You could try the DHFC Forum on Urban75.
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Posted by snoopy17 November 06, 11:05AM

I regret only getting one ticket now, I could have got one for you.

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Posted by snoopy17 November 06, 11:06AM

people might sell them outside on Friday

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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by camberwell70 November 07, 08:47PM

Live, BBC2, from 7:30

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Posted by diable rouge November 08, 10:32AM

One of the many traditions of the FA Cup are the homemade banners and kitchen foil clad cut-outs of the Cup itself, might be a bit late in the day but wondering if any of those on here lucky enough to have a ticket planning on making/taking a banner to the match so we can look out for you on the box tonight, perhaps with an EDF theme?...

Carlisle, you've just been crushed and devalued!

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Posted by BrandNewGuy November 08, 11:15AM

The winner of the foil-clad cup competition...

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messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by snoopy17 November 08, 12:26PM

come on hamlet, can't wait to go tonight.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by niall November 08, 12:52PM

Are any local pubs showing the game tonight.

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by DulwichFox November 08, 12:56PM

I think the EDT may be showing it..

DulwichFox

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Posted by BrandNewGuy November 08, 01:05PM

A friend has a spare ticket for tonight's game. PM me asap if you want it. Face value £12.

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Posted by Siduhe November 08, 01:16PM

niall Wrote:
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> Are any local pubs showing the game tonight.

Cherry Tree and Old Nun's Head are but the ONH posted recently that all their tables are now booked.

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Posted by rahrahrah November 08, 02:27PM

Live from Tuscany on BBC2!

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Posted by Sue November 08, 10:02PM

4:1 to Carlisle sad smiley

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Posted by malumbu November 09, 10:31AM

All credit to Dulwich, and the score line flattered Carlisle in terms of possession, reflecting their clinical finishing.

The beer tent was excellent.

On the down side this showed us up for a ground that is not fit for these sort of attendances - poor views, lack of cover, even though a 1000 more could have easily fitted in, long toilet queues. Fine when I first went there 20 years ago with a few 100 in attendance. There is enough space to have proper terracing so not sure why this was not the case when it was built. I expect it is something to do with access that you need that wide pathway at the front which then makes the terracing very shallow behind it.

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Posted by diable rouge November 09, 01:32PM

After what DHFC and the fans recently went through after being made homeless, most are just relieved to have the ground back despite the length of toilet queues...

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Sue November 09, 04:55PM

Yep

messageRe: Dulwich Hamlet
Posted by Alan Medic November 10, 08:06AM

Was playing two new signings a good thing? What did it say to the guys who would have hoped to play?

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