Dulwich Decide To Transfer List Six Of The Club’s Players

Gavin Rose says he has placed six of his squad on the transfer list in an attempt to get the age of his side down.

Fans are perhaps surprised at some of the names Dulwich Hamlet are willing to let go.

Sanchez Ming and long server Ashley Carew have joined Gavin Tomlin on the list of available players.

High profile summer signing Anthony Cook’s future also appears to lie elsewhere.

Other clubs can also talk to Ibrahim Kargbo and Daniel Pappoe as Hamlet's mid-season clear-out begins.

Rose explained: “Our squad has done well in the last two and a half years but has aged a bit and we probably need a little bit more young blood.

“We have put some boys who have done really well for us on the transfer list and they’ll be looking for pastures new.

“Ashley has done fantastic for over the last five and a half years. He’s been very consistent with his goals and assists.”

The manager told the club’s website: “Gavin has done well over the last two and a half years but injuries have probably hurt him over the last year – he broke his leg and had a bad knee. He’s found it hard to get in the form and condition he was in before.

“Anthony is one who will probably still be involved with us but is on the transfer-list.

“He came with a big reputation and he probably hasn’t done as well as he and us would have liked. If someone wants to come and take up his contract then we’ll look at that.”

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