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Casuals cup tie vs Dulwich

By andycowl29/9 14:50Tue Sep 29 14:50:01 2020

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Casuals forced to ban Dulwich Hamlet supporters from Saturday''s FA cup tie.

Not because they're irritating hipsters with beards and red corduroys - some bizarre FA ruling.

As the coronavirus is clearly clever enough to differentiate between supporters of Step 2 and 3 clubs, in their wisdom, supporters of National League clubs – which include Dulwich Hamlet – are banned from spectating.

http://www.corinthian-casuals.com/news/corinthian-casuals-vs-dulwich-hamlet-statement

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Re: Casuals cup tie vs Dulwich

By David Crawt29/9 21:06Tue Sep 29 21:06:45 2020In response to Casuals cup tie vs DulwichTop of thread

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I was really looking forward to K’s having a good cup run this season for a lot of reasons.
One of those reasons was the chance to visit teams from a higher level but it never occurred to me that we wouldn’t be allowed to.

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Re: Casuals cup tie vs Dulwich

By Olde School Ks (OldSchoolKs)29/9 22:25Tue Sep 29 22:25:30 2020In response to Re: Casuals cup tie vs DulwichTop of thread

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Why didnt you realise.
Strange or not they are the rules and have been.

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Re: Casuals cup tie vs Dulwich

By K's196029/9 16:25Tue Sep 29 16:25:23 2020In response to Casuals cup tie vs DulwichTop of thread

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Unbelievable, what next ?

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Re: Casuals cup tie vs Dulwich

By old and grey29/9 20:49Tue Sep 29 20:49:10 2020In response to Re: Casuals cup tie vs DulwichTop of thread

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Utterly BONKERS, another crazy government edict to throw
into the barmy box with the others.
It won't be long long before it's overflowing.

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Testing, testing...

By reximus29/9 15:23Tue Sep 29 15:23:30 2020In response to Casuals cup tie vs DulwichTop of thread

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The Health Secretary, Hatt Mancock, has promised that a "world beating" test, able to prove if someone is a Dulwich Hamlet supporter - or has ever been exposed to one - will be available by Xmas. The test is being developed by a company with no experience of testing (or of Dulwich Hamlet for that matter) but the company's chairman went to the school with Dominic Cummings. The test will be available at a drive-thru location near Aberdeen, with results expected "before the end of the season".

rex

Edited by reximus at 15:23:50 on 29th September 2020
Edited by reximus at 16:51:17 on 29th September 2020

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Re: Testing, testing...

By Ksuals29/9 19:29Tue Sep 29 19:29:07 2020In response to Testing, testing...Top of thread

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If I went along as a nurtral but found myself so impressed by Hamlet I thought they're the team for me,would track n trace alert CC and I'd be escorted out?

Ksuals

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Re: Testing, testing...

By reximus3/10 12:56Sat Oct 3 12:56:02 2020In response to Re: Testing, testing...Top of thread

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If I went along as a nurtral but found myself so impressed by Hamlet I thought they're the team for me, would track n trace alert CC and I'd be escorted out?

I think with the cancellation of Ks game at Enfield today, this question becomes highly relevant!!

rex

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Re: Testing, testing...

By reximus29/9 20:04Tue Sep 29 20:04:13 2020In response to Re: Testing, testing...Top of thread

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Headmaster: Now before I begin the lesson, will those of you who are playing in the match this afternoon move your clothes down on to the lower peg immediately after lunch before you write your letter home, if you're not getting your hair cut, unless you've got a younger brother who is going out this weekend as the guest of another boy, in which case collect his note before lunch, put it in your letter after you've had your hair cut, and make sure he moves your clothes down onto the lower peg for you. Now...

Wymer: Sir?

Headmaster: Yes, Wymer?

Wymer: My younger brother's going out with Dibble this weekend, sir, but I'm not having my hair cut today sir, so do I move my clothes down or...

Headmaster: I do wish you'd listen, Wymer, it's perfectly simple. If you're not getting your hair cut, you don't have to move your brother's clothes down to the lower peg, you simply collect his note before lunch after you've done your scripture prep when you've written your letter home before rest, move your own clothes on to the lower peg, greet the visitors, and report to Mr Viney that you've had your chit signed.

rex

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Re: Testing, testing...

By Ksuals30/9 10:31Wed Sep 30 10:31:53 2020In response to Re: Testing, testing...Top of thread

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Wealdstone will screen live their home game on a Saturday in the grounds social club. All windows and viewing areas will be covered over.
What note would Wymer need to attend?

Ksuals

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Re: Testing, testing...

By old and grey30/9 10:50Wed Sep 30 10:50:16 2020In response to Re: Testing, testing...Top of thread

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Yes OSK'S they are the rules, but they are BIZARRE to say
the least,to be allowed to crowd into a clubhouse to view
on screen a game taking place yards from where you are
sitting not even being allowed to look outside because
the windows are blacked out beggars belief,these rules
quite rightly are being ridiculed they are complete nonsense.

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Re: Testing, testing...

By Olde School Ks (OldSchoolKs)30/9 12:37Wed Sep 30 12:37:23 2020In response to Re: Testing, testing...Top of thread

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Much is nonsense of coarse.
I cant sing in a pub but can have a singer
I can go to Cardif but anyone in Cardif can not come to me.
It is nothing new though to allow football on tv in a clubhouse but with blacked out windows
One may remember Staines where the bar overlooks the pitch but when the match kicked off the curtains were drawn.
So nonsense or strange we the subjects must obey.Lets hope we get our own bar working after Sarurdays debacle where they want to serve us beer in cans but are not allowed to take in our own

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Re: Testing, testing...

By Ksuals30/9 11:00Wed Sep 30 11:00:34 2020In response to Re: Testing, testing...Top of thread

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I suppose if you impose restrictions there will always be whataboutery.
We went into lockdown and a gradual reintroduction of activity was deemed to the way forward.
There was a view that not enough was relaxed,there was a view too much was.
I can sing at a football match but not with my choir,even if sitting a part.
The only thing I know is we live in strange times.

Ksuals

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