For those who didn't know Mishi, its that time of year again to celebrate his life and his love in life, Dulwich Hamlet FC.
He would have loved today as he always had a dream that one day we would see Dulwich Hamlet at Wembley. Never happened of course but we did get close a few times.
At least we got to play a league team in the FA Cup before he died.
For those who don't know Mishi or his reputation, he was one of Dulwich's most famous and passionate fans. He adored the club and everything
October is Black History Month (BHM) in the United Kingdom, when we collectively recognise the contributions of Black people to both British society, as well as globally.
Black History Month is a time of celebration, recognition, and sombre reflection.
The theme this year is ‘Saluting Our Sisters’, specifically celebrating and highlighting the achievements of Black women.
Black women have been at the heart of social justice movements throughout history, courageously battling oppression and
Ahead of the Fulham game last Sunday, Dave Rogers spoke to our American defender Erin Corrigan about her footballing journey and more!
You started your playing career in Milwaukee. How did you make your journey to Dulwich Hamlet?
I grew up just outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and spent 5 years playing college (university) soccer 20 minutes away from home. During college soccer I wasn’t able to take an Erasmus year, but I always knew that I wanted to experience living and playing abroad after
On 31st July, everything changed. England’s 56 year medal drought came to an end, thanks to the efforts of a group of women who wouldn’t even have been allowed to compete in the decade when England last won a gold medal. The Lionesses, fierce, joyful and freed from the hubristic hopelessness of self-serving dullard Phil Neville, strode through the Euros laying waste to all they met, and won the whole damn thing with a 2-1 victory over Germany, in poetic symmetry with the 1966 final. Sarina