Dover Athletic did just enough to be crowned Champion of Champions on a sweltering afternoon in Oxford.
When Dover appointed their new Manager back in October, many questioned why.
When Andy Hessenthaler took over back in October, he know it would take something special to dig Dover out of the “mess they were in”.
Andy Hessenthaler ordered his players to keep plugging away as they try to win their survival fight.
Andy Hessenthaler refused to have a go at his players despite a shot-shy display at Maidenhead.
Andy Hessenthaler can't fault the effort of his players and insists they've already shown they have what it takes to stave off relegation.
Dover Athletic certainly embraced the old cliché “new year, new me”.
It’s always good getting your hands on a Christmas present nice and early.
Dover Athletic manager Andy Hessenthaler wants his players to make the most of the golden period they are currently enjoying to push themselves away for trouble.
After securing their first victory since August last weekend, Dover Athletic will suddenly feel like they can take on the world!
Andy Hessenthaler accepts Dover Athletic must start winning very soon.
Jai Reason has returned to the National League after leaving Chelmsford City.
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