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ANDY'S NOT WORRIED Published on: 30th December 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover boss Andy Hessenthaler gives his verdict after Whitstable hold his table-topping side to a 1-1 draw at SeaFrance Crabble.
A GRAND ACHIEVEMENT Published on: 28th December 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Another £1,000 has been raised by supporters towards the Centre Spot 2008 fund, following a successful Christmas Raffle, as fans aim to collect £30,000 before the end of this season.
THE GOOD, BAD AND UGLY Published on: 27th December 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler says Dover fans saw the good, the bad and the ugly as his men won 2-1 at Ashford on Boxing Day.
FESTIVE DERBY DOUBLE Published on: 23rd December 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover go into the final games of 2007 five points clear at the top of Ryman South. Kent rivals Ashford and Whitstable will be going all out to derail the Hess-press.
RYMAN SOUTH ROUND-UP Published on: 18th December 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS An end of year round-up of Ryman South, including some statistics indicating how the promotion race is developing and how some Kent clubs are faring.
NINE UNBEATEN IN LEAGUE Published on: 15th December 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover stretched their impressive unbeaten league run to nine matches with a 1-1 draw at Cray, which ended an eight-match winning streak in Ryman One for Whites. Highlights and interview:
HESS: BEES CAN BUZZ OFF Published on: 13th December 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler does not want the vacant managerial post at Brentford - describing a report in the Daily Mail linking him to the job as "rubbish".
DOVER CRAY-VE AWAY WIN Published on: 13th December 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Third-placed Cray Wanderers will provide Dover's first test on the road against a top eight side this season. Both sides have remained unbeaten in November and December so far.
JIM'S CENTRE SPOT PLEDGE Published on: 12th December 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Jim Parmenter has announced he will underwrite the funding of a new social facility - providing fans can raise £30,000 by April.
LOUDEST ARE QUIETEST Published on: 11th December 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Website editor Justin Allen asks why is this the case as the club continue to set out its future ambitions by going ahead with the Centre Spot 2008 project.
DOVER 3 WORTHING 0 Published on: 8th December 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Dover brushed aside Worthing at SeaFrance Crabble thanks to a double strike from Frannie Collin, sandwiching a 50th-minute goal for Shaun Welford. Whites stay top and extend their winning run to eight matches. Highlights:
JOB WEL DONE Published on: 8th December 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Shaun Welford talks to Justin Allen after Whites' 3-0 win against Worthing - and boss Andy Hessenthaler also reflects on going four points clear at the top of Ryman One.
HESS READY FOR WORTHING Published on: 6th December 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Andy Hessenthaler speaks to doverathletic.com about Monday's victory and the weekend test against an impressive Worthing side. Whites will be aiming to gain their eighth straight league win.
HESS IS THE BEST Published on: 30th November 2007 by STEVE ETHELBERT Andy Hessenthaler has been named Gillingham's greatest player by the PFA in a special 100th anniversary celebration.
WHITES vs THE WALTONS Published on: 29th November 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover get back to Ryman League action with two games in three days against both teams from Walton-on-Thames, at the start of an important month for Whites' promotion bid.
ANDY IS UPBEAT Published on: 28th November 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Andy Hessenthaler is convinced that Dover have what it takes to compete well at a higher level after watching his men slip to a 1-0 defeat at Blue Square South club Sutton on Tuesday.
SUTTON MATCH PREVIEW Published on: 23rd November 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Whites opponents in the FA Trophy 3QR are Sutton, who are fighting against relegation in BlueSquare South under the new management of the former Basingstoke boss Ernie Howe.
JIM PARMENTER Q&A Published on: 22nd November 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Jim Parmenter - in his regular question and answer column on doverathletic.com - gives his views on current club issues.
HESS KEEPS FOCUS Published on: 21st November 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Whites boss Andy Hessenthaler is not getting carried away by his men going four points clear at the top of Ryman One with a game in hand.
DOVER FOUR POINTS CLEAR Published on: 20th November 2007 by ANDREW STUCKEN Jimmy Dryden grabbed two more goals, and Frannie Collin also netted, as Whites beat Tooting and Mitcham to storm four points clear at the top of Ryman One.
TOOTING VERDICT Published on: 19th November 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler's No 2, Darren Hare, heaps praise on the Dover Athletic side after they beat Tooting and Mitcham 3-1 at SeaFrance Crabble to go four-points clear at the top.
DOVER HIT TOP SPOT Published on: 17th November 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Jimmy Dryden struck twice as Whites ran out 3-0 victors against Corinthian-Casuals to go top of the table. A superb solo goal from John Keister rounded off a good performance.
WHITES' HOME EXAMINATION Published on: 16th November 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Previewing Whites' games against Corinthian-Casuals and Tooting & Mitcham. The article now includes an apology to Corinthian-Casuals for incorrect information published on Friday:
LOVELL OFF TO ASHFORD Published on: 15th November 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Striker Mark Lovell is leaving Dover Athletic to join Ashford Town on a free transfer this week, having found his playing time limited. He scored five goals for Whites.
RYMAN LEAGUE NEWS Published on: 14th November 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover's Ryman One South division rivals are boosting their squads in preparation for the tough winter schedule. Here we round-up the latest news from the Ryman League:
LAST AWAYDAY IN NOVEMBER Published on: 9th November 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS A short trip along the M25 to Surrey is scheduled to be Dover's last away journey this month, as Andy Hessenthaler's men meet Chipstead prior to two busy weeks at SeaFrance Crabble.
HESS SITTING PRETTY Published on: 7th November 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler praises the character of his players after they dug deep to beat Sittingbourne 2-1 on Tuesday night.
FA TROPHY: HOME DRAW Published on: 5th November 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Whites' reward for their 2-1 victory over Brackley in the FA Trophy is a home tie against old acquaintances Sutton of the BlueSquare Southern division on Saturday, November 24.
TRUST BACK OUR PLANS Published on: 3rd November 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Supporters Trust representative Paul Harrison has said that the clubhouse project will be the Trust's main focus this season and asks fans, whether members or not, to get involved in this venture.
CENTRE SPOT 2008 Published on: 3rd November 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic has launched its Centre Spot 2008 campaign to build fans a brand new £200,000 clubhouse next summer.
CHANGES FOR TROPHY TIE Published on: 2nd November 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS This week Matthew Clements previews Whites' FA Trophy home tie against Southern Premier side Brackley on Saturday and Tuesday's league game at Kent rivals Sittingbourne.
HESS: NOVEMBER IS VITAL Published on: 31st October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler reflects on the victory against Met Police, talks about his strong squad and looks ahead to a vital month for Whites.
MET POLICE: ALL THE REACTION Published on: 30th October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Chairman Jim Parmenter, director Chris Oakley, defender Matt Bourne and Whites legend Tim Dixon give their views to Justin Allen after the thoroughly entertaining 5-2 win against Met Police.
SHAUN WELFORD RETURNS Published on: 29th October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic completed the signing of striker Shaun Welford on a two-year contract from Ryman Premier club Ramsgate on Monday, after three years away from Crabble.
WHITES HIGH 'N DRY Published on: 28th October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Jimmy Dryden's first-half winner proved to be enough for Dover to beat Burgess Hill 1-0 - but the woodwork did come to our rescue three times. Highlights and interviews.
VITAL PERIOD STARTS HERE Published on: 26th October 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover face two difficult league games in 72 hours at the start of a crucial period of the season. Whites travel to Burgess Hill and then entertain Met Police at Crabble on Monday evening.
POUTON EYES A RETURN Published on: 24th October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Alan Pouton is back training after breaking his collarbone in August and reveals exclusively to doverathletic.com: "I can see light at the end of the tunnel."
HESS: BIG INTERVIEW Published on: 23rd October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler talks to Justin Allen and looks back at the win at Maldon, ahead to the two Ryman One games coming up, praises Jimmy Dryden and puts to bed rumours linking him with the Stevenage job.
RUDDY STATES HIS CASE Published on: 23rd October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dean Ruddy talks about life at Dover Athletic and in England since his move across the pond from the States, reviews the season so far and looks ahead to "GAME DAY" at Burgress Hill on Saturday.
WHITES EARN HOME DRAW Published on: 22nd October 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover's reward for a 2-1 victory away to Maldon on Saturday in the FA Trophy is a home tie against Southern Premier side Brackley on Saturday, November 3.
TO ESSEX AND BACK Published on: 19th October 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS This week's article previews our FA Trophy trip to Maldon. The Ryman North side are unbeaten in the league and will test a changed Dover side from the one which faced Chatham.
ANDY CHASES A FORWARD Published on: 16th October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler wants to bolster the frontline in a bid to convert the chances being created and improve Whites' goals tally column in the Ryman One table.
TRUST ARE JUST GRAND Published on: 13th October 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM The Supporters Trust presented a cheque for £1,000 at half time in the FA Trophy match against Potters Bar last Saturday, as a donation towards the building of a new clubhouse at Crabble.
FRAN-TASTIC WHITES Published on: 13th October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Frannie Collin's goal earns a 1-0 win at Whyteleafe and moves Andy Hessenthaler's men up to second place in Ryman One. DAFCtv interviews with Hess and Frannie, plus highlights.
HESS PRE-MATCH VIEWS Published on: 12th October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler speaks exclusively to Dover fans ahead of our two big Ryman One matches against Whyteleafe and Chatham, games we need to win to keep the pressure up at the top.
WHITES' DOUBLE-HEADER Published on: 11th October 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover face two important league games in the next three days, starting away to Whyteleafe on Saturday. Kent rivals Chatham then come to SeaFrance Crabble on Monday evening.
HELP US BUILD CLUBHOUSE Published on: 9th October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic would like fans to help the club raise funds to build a brand new clubhouse to replace the old Centre Spot complex.
BACK IN THE GROOVE? Published on: 5th October 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS After departing two cup competitions, another one comes around. Andy Hessenthaler will be looking for his team to get back to winning ways when they take on Potters Bar in the FA Trophy.
NOT UP FOR ANY CUPS Published on: 4th October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Justin Allen, in the latest website team blog, gives his personal views - and insists: "I'm just not bothered about cup competitions this season."
Fundraising Ideas? Published on: 3rd October 2007 by JASON CLOKE Does anyone have any fundraising ideas.
ANDY'S STRIKER WORRIES Published on: 2nd October 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler will delve into the loan market next week - if strikers Lee Browning and Jimmy Dryden fail to recover from injury.
DAFC GOLF DAY Published on: 1st October 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Tee off at the Princes Golf Club in Sandwich. On Monday, October 8 the wonderful links golf course will host Dover Athletic for 18 holes of golf and an evening three course meal.
HESS: I'M GOING NOWHERE Published on: 29th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler can scotch mischief-making rumours that he is set to leave the club to re-join Gillingham as their manager.
HESS UP FOR THE CUP Published on: 28th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Player-boss Andy Hessenthaler previews the big local Kent coast FA Cup derby at Hythe - and reflects on the 4-0 win at Eastbourne.
HARE'S POST-MATCH VERDICT Published on: 27th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover assistant-boss Darren Hare reflects on the 4-0 win at Eastbourne to Justin Allen immediately after Wednesday night's game in East Sussex.
JIM PARMENTER - INTERVIEW Published on: 27th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Chairman Jim Parmenter talks about the club's progress this season - and gives an update about the new clubhouse project.
WHITES TO WEMBLEY? Published on: 27th September 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover continue their FA Cup journey, quite literally, this weekend. A short trip to Hythe is the latest stop for Hess's team - a match that should epitomise the magic of the great cup competition.
EASTBOURNE 0 DOVER 4 Published on: 26th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Mark Lovell grabs two goals as Whites run riot in East Sussex with a 4-0 win at Eastbourne - with Matt Bourne and Byron Walker also scoring. Replay Live Text.
WHITES' FERRY GOOD DAY Published on: 25th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Steve Parmenter, in the latest of our webteam blogs, gives an account of what the Dover team had to go through for one photo with a ferry - for sponsors SeaFrance at Dover Docks.
HYTHE TOWN STATEMENT Published on: 25th September 2007 by HYTHE TOWN FC Hythe Town have sent the club full details of their planning for this Saturday's FA Cup game. All the details are published here to help Dover fans plan their day.
GARY WHITTLE UPDATE Published on: 24th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Gary Whittle gives an update on how the reserve team is shaping up and an insight into how greatly Andy Hessenthaler values the second string. Apologies for the breakdown in audio quality.
FRANNIE'S HAPPY Published on: 24th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Striker Frannie Collin reviews the start of the season - and talks of the need of getting another three league points on the board at Eastbourne on Wednesday.
DAFCtv: HESS IMPRESSED Published on: 23rd September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler reflects on Dover's 3-1 win at Croydon - where his men had to show character to take maximum points. DAFCtv highlights and interviews.
HESS LOOKS AHEAD Published on: 22nd September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler looks ahead to our Ryman One game with Croydon Athletic - and reveals that Matt Carruthers is out for some weeks after injuring himself playing Sunday football.
AWAY AND AWAY, AND AWAY Published on: 20th September 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS A busy week lies ahead for Andy Hessenthaler's men prior to next Saturday's cup tie at Hythe. Two league games on the road in five days await his unbeaten team, including a meeting with the former Lord of Crabble.
FA CUP DRAW: HYTHE AWAY Published on: 17th September 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover will come up against some old faces in the 2nd qualifying round of the FA Cup, after being drawn away to Kent League Hythe. The match will be played on Saturday, September 29.
DAFC COUPLE ARE HEROES Published on: 14th September 2007 by Steve Parmenter Dover Athletic youth section chairman Richard Crutchfield and his wife Tracey Crutchfield, the Dover Rangers Colts club secretary, are the South East’s first ever ‘UMBRO Football Heroes’.
HILL TEST FOR DOVER Published on: 14th September 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Burgess Hill will play host to Andy Hessenthaler's side in the FA Cup 1st qualifying round this weekend, as Whites aim to build on their 1-0 win at Redhill in the previous stage.
SAN CLEMENTE'S VISIT Published on: 12th September 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Dover Athletic welcomed a team from San Clemente California last week. They played three matches against local sides and were guests at two of Athletic's games, voting Jon Wallis MOTM versus Cray.
HESS SET TO WELCOME LEE Published on: 11th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler says Lee Browning will bring positive attacking attributes to his team when he completes his move from Sittingbourne.
LEWORTHY'S TRIBUTE TO DENNIS Published on: 10th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN David Leworthy has paid tribute to our late club stalwart Dennis Hammond - and remembers him with great affection.
DULWICH MATCH PREVIEW Published on: 7th September 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS As the club pays tribute to the life of Dennis Hammond this weekend, Andy Hessenthaler's team face Dulwich Hamlet in an important fixture for the unbeaten men in white.
WILKO'S BACK IN TOWN Published on: 7th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN and MATTHEW CLEMENTS Craig Wilkins has rejoined Dover Athletic after four months away - and will go straight into the team against Dulwich Hamlet for our Ryman South fixture.
DENNIS HAMMOND: FUNERAL Published on: 6th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dennis Hammond - a lifetime long friend, director and supporter of Dover Athletic and the former Dover FC - has passed away. His funeral will be held on Wednesday, September 12.
Dennis Hammond Published on: 5th September 2007 by Paul Harrison The Supporters Trust would like to extend its sincere sympathies following the death of Dennis Hammond.
SPONSOR A PLAYER FOR £10 Published on: 4th September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Sponsor an online player profile for £10 and have a chance to win a prize, to be drawn during the Christmas period, as well as your name recognised in the player's profile page.
SEE ENGLAND AT CRABBLE Published on: 4th September 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS This Saturday you will be able to buy a pint of Fosters for just £2 at Crabble whilst watching England on a new SUPER-SIZED screen. See Whites v Dulwich and then England v Israel at 5pm.
DAFCtv: HESS REACTION Published on: 2nd September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler and Matt Bourne talk exclusively to DAFCtv after our 1-0 win at Redhill in the FA Cup preliminary round. Highlights are also available.
MATT IS BACK Published on: 1st September 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Matt Carruthers scores a first-half winner in his first game back in the side since his return to the club as Whites win 1-0 at Redhill in the FA Cup.
CARRUTHER'S DELIGHT Published on: 1st September 2007 by STEPHEN McCARTNEY Matt Carruthers talks of his delight after scoring on his return to the Dover side against Redhill in the 1-0 FA Cup win at Redhill.
REDHILL MATCH PREVIEW Published on: 30th August 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover's depleted squad travel to Redhill in Sussex on Saturday for a Preliminary round tie in the FA Cup, in what will be a test of character for manager Andy Hessenthaler's young team.
BIG BLOW FOR CLOKEY Published on: 29th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Craig Cloke is set to spend this week in hospital after it was suspected he may have suffered damage to his kidneys - and is not expected to play for some time.
GRAND WAY TO HELP CLUB Published on: 29th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Join the Striker draw to have a real chance of winning a grand and get a load of retail discount benefits as well as helping Dover Athletic raise much-needed funds to take the club to a higher level.
DAFC TV Published on: 28th August 2007 by PAUL HARRISON Any trust members wishing to be added to the DAFC tv members please email through the supporters trust website giving your full name user id, password and your email address
HESS AFTER NEW RECRUITS Published on: 28th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler tells DAFCtv he is disappointed with Dover's performance in the 2-2 draw at Whitstable - and reveals new recruits will be needed to plug gaps left by injuries.
WHITES DOMINATE BUT DRAW Published on: 27th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Jimmy Dryden and Frannie Collin score as Dover twice came from behind to earn a point at promoted Whitstable. Dover missed countless chances to win this. DAFCtv highlights.
LOVELL'S OFF MARK Published on: 26th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Mark Lovell grabbed his first league goal for Dover - and what a priceless one it was, clinching the Whites an important 1-0 win against a solid Leatherhead at SeaFrance Crabble.
POUTON SETBACK Published on: 25th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Alan Pouton was carried off during our 1-0 win against Leatherhead with a broken collarbone. Usually this injury takes six to eight weeks to full heal. doverathletic.com will bring updates on his recovery progress.
TWO HOME GAMES FOR ME Published on: 24th August 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Whites face a tricky Bank Holiday weekend double, starting with Leatherhead at Crabble on Saturday. On Monday Dover will travel to Whitstable for the first league game between the two clubs since 1959.
MERIDIAN TONIGHT FEATURE Published on: 22nd August 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Meridian Tonight featured DAFC during their news programme on Friday evening. Sports correspondent Iain McBride was at SeaFrance Crabble on Monday. Details of how to watch the feature:
FUN TO PLAY AT THE YMCA Published on: 17th August 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Matthew Clements previews the new season of Ryman South football and Whites' opening two matches of the league campaign against Horsham YMCA away and Cray at Crabble on Monday night.
CLOKEY'S BUNDLE OF JOY Published on: 16th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Craig Cloke's wife Simone has given birth to a baby boy - and the defender wants to round off a perfect week with victory at Horsham YMCA on Saturday.
WEB BLOG: JUSTIN ALLEN Published on: 16th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Website editor Justin Allen - in the first of our new website team blogs - reveals the secret behind writing good headlines - a gallon load of beer!
JIM ANSWERS QUESTIONS Published on: 13th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Chairman Jim Parmenter answers questions exclusively for doverathletic.com ahead of our big kick-off against Horsham YMCA on Saturday.
MESSAGE FROM IAIN McBRIDE Published on: 11th August 2007 by MERIDIAN TV'S IAIN McBRIDE Meridian TV sports presenter Iain McBride, Kent's sports journalist of the year, is predicting that THIS could be THE season for Whites and believes that an exciting future now awaits the club.
SPONSOR A PLAYER Published on: 9th August 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Take the chance to sponsor a player's kit for the 2007/08 season, getting your name or business in the match day programme and the player's shirt at the end of the season.
Supporters Plaques Published on: 9th August 2007 by JASON CLOKE The Supporters Trust are re-introducing the supporters plaques.
RAZAK DEAL IS OFF Published on: 8th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler reveals that French striker Hamdi Razak will not be joining the club. The Whites player-boss also gives his verdict on the 1-1 draw with Maidstone.
ANDY'S MIGHTY QUINN Published on: 5th August 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler gives a glowing review of young defender Liam Quinn to Justin Allen after our 1-1 friendly draw at Margate but wants to improve the strikers' goals-to-chances ratio.
COACH TO HORSHAM YMCA Published on: 4th August 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Whites' first league game of the season is away to Horsham YMCA on August 18 and Leigh Champion has organised coach travel for supporters to the game. Book now to reserve a place.
HESS'S SUMMER COACHING Published on: 1st August 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Andy Hessenthaler is running a fortnight of football coaching, starting on Monday, for children aged 7 to 15 - a chance for local kids to learn from qualified coaches. Sign up now!
SEAFRANCE ON BOARD Published on: 1st August 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover Athletic were delighted to announce last Tuesday that SeaFrance Dover-Calais ferries will be the club's main sponsor for this season, completing a significant deal for the club.
POUTON AND RUDDY SIGN Published on: 29th July 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover boss Andy Hessenthaler announced the signings of goalkeeper Dean Ruddy and midfielder Alan Pouton on DAFCtv following Saturday's friendly against Crawley.
WHITES CLOSE-IN ON DEALS Published on: 27th July 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler hopes to sign Alan Pouton and Dean Ruddy on contract soon, and is pursuing others. Plus, the new sponsor and kit will be unveiled at Crabble on Tuesday evening.
MATT FISH SIGNS ON Published on: 23rd July 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Andy Hessenthaler spoke to Matthew Clements about the Gillingham friendly, the signing of Matt Fish and how his squad is shaping up in preparation for August 18.
3,011 WELCOME HESS Published on: 21st July 2007 by DAFC MEDIA TEAM Dover Athletic - watched by a bumper 3,011 crowd at Crabble - had an excellent workout against a full-strength Gillingham side in boss Andy Hessenthaler's first game in charge.
YOU'VE NOT GOT MAIL Published on: 19th July 2007 by DAFC PRESS OFFICE Royal Mail have confirmed they have managed to lose nearly 30 season tickets, sent out by the club via the recorded delivery service.
GILLS TO BRING FIRST TEAM Published on: 19th July 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN & MATTHEW CLEMENTS Gillingham boss Ronnie Jepson names a full-strength squad for their visit to Crabble on Saturday, including new signings Simon King, Delroy Facey, Efe Sodje and triallist Simon Royce.
3,000 PLUS FOR GILLS GAME Published on: 17th July 2007 by STEVE ETHELBERT Dover Athletic are expecting a crowd of around 3,000-plus for the club's first pre-season friendly against a full-strength Gillingham side, featuring their summer signings.
COLLECTION FOR DENNIS Published on: 16th July 2007 by PAUL HARRISON The Supporters Trust will be making collection at half-time and full-time of the Gillingham game on Saturday for club stalwart Dennis Hammond, who is suffering Motor Neurone Disease.
OLLIE'S PRICE NOT RIGHT Published on: 13th July 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler insists no deal will be done for Ramsgate defender Ollie Schultz unless the Rams drop their asking price, and Jim Parmenter updates fans on the search for a sponsor.
PLAY GOLF WITH HESSIE Published on: 12th July 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS There are still places left for the golf day with Andy Hessenthaler at Broome Park on Monday, July 23. Places are available for 10 more players. Teams of four or individuals can book.
LEGEND RETURNS Published on: 12th July 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Tim Dixon will be working for the club this season in a scouting and development role. There is also news of a new physio and Andy Hessenthaler speaks about pre-season.
THANK YOU Published on: 10th July 2007 by Jason Cloke Thank You message from the Trust Board
HESS RARING TO GO Published on: 5th July 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler and his No 2 Darren Hare welcomed the Dover squad to pre-season training on Thursday - and cannot wait to get cracking with the task of winning promotion.
WHITES' FRIENDLY DATES Published on: 3rd July 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover Athletic are pleased to announce a strong line-up of seven pre-season friendlies, starting with Andy Hessenthaler's former club Gillingham (first team) at Crabble on Saturday, July 21.
GORE COMES BACK HOME Published on: 2nd July 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Sam Gore returns to Crabble after his release from Gillingham - to complete Andy Hessenthaler's fourth summer signing - and is delighted to be at his home-town club.
FA ANNOUNCE CUP DRAWS Published on: 2nd July 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Whites will kick-off their FA Cup campaign away to Redhill or Sidley on Saturday, September 1. In the FA Trophy, Athletic begin at Crabble against Potters Bar on Saturday, October 6.
HELP SPRUCE UP CRABBLE Published on: 1st July 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS This weekend the Supporters Trust are holding the final summer working weekend at Crabble to repaint and refurbish the ground, and would appreciate your help - 10am to 3pm.
CLUBHOUSE THUMBS UP Published on: 29th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic are delighted to announce that planning permission has been received to build a new clubhouse at Crabble and the club is aiming to start building work next summer.
FRANNIE'S HUNGRY FOR GOALS Published on: 25th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Frannie Collin speaks exclusively to doverathletic.com about his arrival at Crabble and is excited at the challenge that lies ahead.
MARK'S JOY Published on: 24th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Mark Lovell talks of his joy of becoming Dover's latest new signing and believes that boss Andy Hessenthaler will get all the right ingredients to take the club up the divisions.
FAN-TASTIC EVENING Published on: 22nd June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler and Darren Hare met fans at Crabble on Thursday for the first time and outlined his team-building will be completed in time for the new season.
LOVELL MAKES HAT-TRICK Published on: 22nd June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler made his third summer signing on Friday morning with the capture of Mark Lovell from Sittingbourne. He is known to Hess and Darren Hare from his Gillingham days.
FRANNIE ON BOARD Published on: 21st June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Prolific striker Frannie Collin has joined Dover Athletic following his release from Gillingham - to complete Andy Hessenthaler's second major summer signing.
MARK HARROP Published on: 16th June 2007 by ROGER JEFFERIES Mark Harrop was one of Dover Athletic's first players - and was vital in the rise to Conference football. He talks to Roger Jefferies in the latest interview of our Whites Legends series.
GET 'EM WHILE THEY'RE HOT Published on: 15th June 2007 by theClubShop Dover Athletic Club Shop have announced the launch of two new limited edition T-shirts to celebrate the appointment of Andy Hessenthaler as First Team Manager.
BIDS RISE TO SPONSOR HESS Published on: 15th June 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Dover Athletic are giving supporters and businesses the opportunity to sponsor Andy Hessenthaler's kit for this season. Sponsorship will include a signed shirt and personal photo with Andy.
WHITES NEED STRIKERS Published on: 15th June 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Can you become Whites' latest signing for the Hess Army? Dover Athletic need new commission paid canvassers for Canterbury and South East Kent to promote the Striker Lottery.
SHANE'S GOING STATESIDE Published on: 15th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Midfielder Shane Hamshare is going to the United States of America this summer to take up some coaching and will not be available for our pre-season schedule.
MEET ANDY HESSENTHALER Published on: 14th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Whites are staging a meet-the-manager evening at Crabble on Thursday, June 21, at Crabble (6.30pm). All fans are welcome to attend and meet Andy Hessenthaler.
HESS'S DELIGHT Published on: 13th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler is delighted to have signed Jon Wallis - and insists the midfielder made a "very brave decision" to stay at Crabble instead of joining a League Two club.
HARE'S READY FOR WORK Published on: 13th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Darren Hare cannot wait for the pre-season to start after agreeing to be Andy Hessenthaler's assistant-manager - and insists that exciting times lie ahead.
GILLS IN TOWN: JULY 21 Published on: 12th June 2007 by DAFC MEDIA TEAM Gillingham boss Ronnie Jepson is bringing his full League One first team to face Andy Hessenthaler's Dover side on Saturday, July 21 at Crabble (3pm) for a pre-season friendly.
WALLIS IN THE BAG Published on: 12th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Jon Wallis has agreed to sign for Dover Athletic - completing Andy Hessenthaler's first major summer signing. He speaks of his delight at being a Whites player this coming season.
WALLIS DECISION IMMINENT Published on: 11th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler says Jon Wallis is poised to make a decision on his future in the new few days - and updates fans about his squad-building progress.
NEW TRUST BOARD Published on: 9th June 2007 by DEBBIE HARRISON At the Supporters Trust meeting on Monday 4th June the new board was voted. Elaine Ellender was voted in as the new chairlady and Paul Harrison remains Trust rep on the board.
KEISTER LOOKS AHEAD Published on: 9th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN John Keister is looking forward to a new dawn at the club following Andy Hessenthaler's appointment as manager - and wants to put the bad times of last season behind him.
DRYDEN BOARDS HESS-PRESS Published on: 6th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler has confirmed that Jimmy Dryden has signed a new one-year contract with Dover and Hess keeps fans up to date with his squad plans for the new season.
HESS'S HARE-RAISER Published on: 4th June 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Darren Hare has been appointed Andy Hessenthaler's assistant. The Crystal Palace youth development coach will combine his role at Whites with the Championship club.
HESS CLUB HEAVEN Published on: 31st May 2007 by ANDY STEVENS Lifelong Dover fan and journalist Andy Stevens comments on a remarkable day at Crabble, which lifted the spirits of everyone involved at the club to exciting levels.
JON PONDERS STAYING Published on: 31st May 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Jon Wallis has told doverathletic.com that Andy Hessenthaler's appointment as new Whites boss could persuade him to stay at Crabble next season.
ANDY'S ON THE CASE Published on: 31st May 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler has told fans not to worry about the recent departures from the club, insisting: "I'm already well on the case to bring quality players to Crabble."
FOUR LEAVE CRABBLE Published on: 30th May 2007 by DAFC PRESS OFFICE Dover Athletic can confirm four out-of-contract players have opted to leave the club and seek pastures new next season. We wish them the best of luck and thank them for their service here.
GET ON DOVER HESS-PRESS! Published on: 29th May 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Andy Hessenthaler has been unveiled as Dover Athletic's new full-time manager - signing a two-year contract here at Crabble. He says will continue playing as well.
ANDY'S COLOURFUL CAREER Published on: 28th May 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Our new manager Andy Hessenthaler is a well-respected name in football - and here we give you a run down of his career as a player and manager at semi-pro and professional level.
TICKET PRICE INCREASE Published on: 15th May 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic have raised ticket prices for the first time in five seasons - but if you purchase a season ticket before June 4 they are available at LAST SEASON'S prices.
FA CONFIRM LINE-UP Published on: 15th May 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS The FA has announced the non- league constitutions for season 2007/08. Chipstead, Eastbourne Town, Walton & Hersham, Whitstable and Worthing will be in Ryman South.
JIM'S NEW BOSS UPDATE Published on: 14th May 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Chairman Jim Parmenter gives an update on the Dover Athletic's search for a new manager - and insists he will not be rushed into making the "right appointment".
HELP US FIGHT DISEASE Published on: 8th May 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic appeal to fans to help us fight the awful Motor Neurone Disease, from which popular life-long fan and ex-director Dennis Hammond is currently suffering.
CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT Published on: 4th May 2007 by DAFC PRESS OFFICE Dover Athletic can today confirm that the club are seeking a new management team after the board of directors decided not to renew Clive Walker's contract.
TONY LOOKS AHEAD Published on: 2nd May 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Tony Browne says he wants to still be a Dover player next season and will sit down with club officals in the coming weeks after his testimonial game to discuss his future.
JASON BARTLETT Published on: 1st May 2007 by ROGER JEFFERIES Jason Bartlett was one of the best players to have ever graced the turf at Crabble - and was a vital member of the all-conquering Whites squad that climbed to the top of the Conference.
TONY BROWNE UPDATE Published on: 1st May 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM We can confirm 19 players appearing at Crabble on Saturday, May 12 to support Tony Browne, as well as the current squad members. View the article for more details on the event:
THE BIG RAFFLE RESULTS Published on: 30th April 2007 by DAFC The draw for the BIG RAFFLE took place on Saturday. Prizes included a holiday in Spain, an LCD TV and a Luxury Meal. View the article to find out who the lucky winners were:
BOURNE WINNER Published on: 29th April 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Matt Bourne came out on top in the awards, picking up the Supporters' Player of the Season and sharing the Players' Player of the Season with fellow defender Craig Cloke.
JIM PRAISES TEAM Published on: 28th April 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Chairman Jim Parmenter saluted manager Clive Walker and his team for their superb end-of-season form - and is backing them to win the play-offs.
GURKHAS BACK WHITES Published on: 26th April 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic are delighted to welcome the Royal Gurkha Rifle Regiment to Crabble - who will entertain the crowd before the game against Horsham YMCA and at half-time.
WHITES IN TITLE SHOWDOWN Published on: 26th April 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Pulses are beginning to race as Crabble gets ready for a crucial final game of the season against Horsham YMCA. Three points would give Whites a shout of winning the title.
PRESENTATION NIGHT Published on: 25th April 2007 by DEBBIE HARRISON There will be an end-of-Season presentation night in The Centre Spot on Saturday, 5.30pm till late. Everyone is welcome to attend after our final league game against Horsham YMCA.
KEISTER LOSES CARD APPEAL Published on: 13th April 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN John Keister has failed to have his red-card during the 5-0 win against Chatham overturned by the FA and the tough-tackling midfielder is now suspended for the rest of the season.
CLOKEY'S £500 HAIRCUT Published on: 12th April 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Craig Cloke has pledged to have his hair shaved off, along with fan Leigh Champion, if £500 can be raised for the club before the Horsham YMCA game on April 28.
WHITES' TEST OF METTLE Published on: 12th April 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Clive Walker's team face Cray this weekend, with up to nine players unavailable through suspension and injury. Saturday's game the first of three crucial away matches for Dover.
THANK YOU EVERYONE Published on: 10th April 2007 by DOVER ATHLETIC Dover Athletic would like to thank supporters for the wonderful backing they gave Clive Walker's team on Bank Holiday Monday and will be counting on this for the run-in.
EASTER PREVIEW Published on: 4th April 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Matthew Clements previews the Easter period for Whites, which included the Westview Cup defeat to Ashford (Middlesex). He looks ahead also to the games against Fleet and Hastings.
BOSS'S FINAL THOUGHTS Published on: 3rd April 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Clive Walker hopes his Whites team will be able to deliver the club's first major trophy in 14 years when they take on Ashford Town (Middlesex) in the Westview Trophy final.
JIM: EXCITING TIMES AHEAD Published on: 29th March 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Chairman Jim Parmenter says fans can expect an exciting last five weeks of the season and urges supporters to create a cup final atmosphere at all our remaining games.
JON WALLIS RETURNS Published on: 27th March 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic have completed the signing of skilful and versatile player Jon Wallis until the summer - following his release from League Two club Hereford United.
WALLIS: GREAT TO BE BACK Published on: 27th March 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Jon Wallis says he cannot wait to pull on the white shirt of Dover after returning to the club and insists he will be trying his hardest to help his team-mates win promotion.
TONY BROWNE TESTIMONIAL Published on: 26th March 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM Whites' longest-serving player Tony Browne has been granted a testimonial. An All-Star XI will play against a Dover Legends side on Saturday May 12, followed by a Gala Dinner & Dance.
CLUB STATEMENT Published on: 25th March 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic have released a statement following the sending-off of midfielder Danny Chapman during our 2-1 win against Godalming.
COACH TO THE CUP FINAL Published on: 25th March 2007 by LEIGH CHAMPION Dover supporter Leigh Champion is organising a coach to the Westview Cup final at Bromley FC on Wednesday, April 4, leaving Crabble at 5.15pm. Book now to reserve a seat.
WESTVIEW CUP FINAL NEWS Published on: 24th March 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Whites are set to travel to Hayes Lane, Bromley FC, for the Westview Cup final against Premier Division Ashford (Middlesex) on Wednesday April 4 (7.45pm).
LYE SIGNS UP Published on: 20th March 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Danny Lye - the former Tonbridge utility man - has joined Whites until the end of the season to complete manager Clive Walker's squad for the vital run-in.
WHITES NEED WALTON WIN Published on: 16th March 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover will travel to Walton looking over their shoulder at their play-off rivals, hoping to avoid being doubled by 18th placed Casuals, who beat Clive Walker's men 2-0 at Crabble in December.
HOLIDAY IN SPAIN WITH DAFC Published on: 11th March 2007 by DOVER ATHLETIC FC With DAFC you could soon be laying on a beach in Spain or setting up a new flat-screen TV - for just £1. Enter our BIG RAFFLE and you could win one of many quality prizes.
FAN-TASTIC COACH PRICES Published on: 10th March 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic fans have arranged coach travel to the Ryman One game at Fleet on April 7 - and are taking bookings now. Costs just £10 for adults and £6 for under-16s.
THE WEEKEND'S BIG MATCH Published on: 9th March 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Whites face Tooting & Mitcham at Crabble this weekend, after a week's rest due to postponed matches. As the promotion race hots up, here's what the statistics say about Tooting...
WHITES ARE PITCH-ING IN Published on: 8th March 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic have hired a verti-draining machine, which uses state-of-the-art technology to clear water from the pitch. This should ensure no more postponements at Crabble this season.
ANOTHER £3K OFF THE DEBT Published on: 8th March 2007 by DAFC PRESS OFFICE The Supporters' Trust will be presenting chairman Jim Parmenter with a cheque for £3,000 this Saturday - to chip off another chunk of the club's overdraft.
WHITESLIVE: FREE-TO-LISTEN Published on: 1st March 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN doverathletic.com are hoping to make next season's live commentary and midweek audio interviews free-to-listen, subject to the goodwill of you - the fans.
IN MEMORY OF PAUL SYKES Published on: 26th February 2007 by MARK JONES Dover supporter Mark Jones is running the Flora London Marathon this year for the charity CRY, which supported the family of Paul Sykes following his sudden death two years ago.
ANTON INNOCENT: EXCLUSIVE Published on: 26th February 2007 by STEPHEN McCARTNEY Anton Innocent speaks to kentishfootball's Stephen McCartney about his recent signing for Dover - and reflects on his goalscoring debut against Dartford.
WHITES CATCH INNOCENT Published on: 23rd February 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN & MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover Athletic have signed pacey striker Anton Innocent from Bishop's Stortford. The 24 year-old will go straight into Clive Walker's squad against Dartford at Crabble on Saturday.
DOVER AIM TO STUN DARTS Published on: 22nd February 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Another Kent rival comes knocking at the Crabble door, as Whites face promotion rivals Dartford this weekend. Leatherhead pose another challenge for Athletic at home on Tuesday.
NO SEGREGATION FOR DARTS Published on: 20th February 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic can confirm that the Dartford match at Crabble on Saturday will NOT be segregated as the club expect another 1,500-plus crowd for a big Kent derby.
Supporters Trust Board Elections Published on: 20th February 2007 by Paul Harrison We are looking for members of the Supporters Trust to join the Supporters Trust Board
CLUB STATEMENT Published on: 17th February 2007 by DOVER ATHLETIC Dover Athletic have had to ban a supporter from Crabble for one month after official complaints were lodged to the Ryman League and the club after our 2-0 defeat at Met Police.
MET WELCOME DAFC RETURN Published on: 16th February 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS If ever Dover needed a 1-0 Clive Walker special, it is on Saturday when they travel to Imber Court. Met Police, recently boosted with three new signings, are creeping up the table.
BRAITHWAITE'S BACK Published on: 16th February 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN River End favourite Daniel Braithwaite has signed a contract until end of season and will be in Clive Walker's squad for Whites' trip to Met Police this weekend.
CLIVE'S BACK IN CHARGE Published on: 11th February 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic are delighted to announce that manager Clive Walker has recovered from a recent back operation and is now back in charge of first-team affairs.
BIG TEL'S BLOOD IS BOILING Published on: 8th February 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Terry White's blood is still boiling after Tuesday's 4-1 loss at Tooting - and he has warned his Dover players that some of them may be among the crowd at Crabble on Saturday.
2,000 FANS EXPECTED Published on: 8th February 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Jim Parmenter is expecting more than 2,000 fans to watch the big Kent derby against Maidstone at Crabble and has paid tribute to Stones chairman Paul Bowden-Brown.
OPPONENTS' VIEW Published on: 7th February 2007 by STEPHEN McCARTNEY Maidstone defender Ryan Royston is looking forward to what could prove to be a Ryman One top-of-the-table blockbuster at Crabble on Saturday in front of a bumper crowd.
BATT LEAVES CRABBLE Published on: 3rd February 2007 by DAFC PRESS OFFICE Young striker Matthew Batt, a recent trial signing from Conference outfit Dagenham and Redbridge, has been released from his registration by the club.
MORE AWAY BANANA-SKINS Published on: 2nd February 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover will be keen to keep up their unbeaten run in the next four days on the road at Ashford and Tooting, as Terry White's team search for some extra creativity that eluded them recently.
ASHFORD WELCOME DAFCtv Published on: 1st February 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN DAFCtv cameraman Dave Shirley has been given special permission by Ashford Town to cover Saturday's game after both clubs arrived at an amicable agreement.
JACK BROWN APPEAL Published on: 1st February 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM DAFC has been asked by Met Police FC to make fellow Ryman League supporters aware of the illness of Jack Brown, a four year-old boy who is suffering with a rare form of cancer.
Q & A WITH JIM PARMENTER Published on: 29th January 2007 by DAFC WEB TEAM As we head into the last three months of the season, Justin Allen asks Whites' chairman Jim Parmenter about his views on the current situation at the club.
STALWARTS UP NEXT Published on: 26th January 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover face two clubs in the next four days who have spent most of their recent history in the Isthmian League and embody non-league community spirit. Craig Cloke is suspended.
BIG TEL FAILS WITH SARG BID Published on: 25th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Terry White has failed in his bid to sign goalscoring midfielder Steve Sargent from Leatherhead - but is hoping he can persuade Hastings skipper Sean Ray to move to Crabble.
TERRY CONFIRMS TARGETS Published on: 23rd January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Terry White has confirmed the identity of three potential new signings that he wants to bring to Crabble and will be watching one of them tomorrow (Wednesday).
CRAIG CLEARED BY FA Published on: 23rd January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Craig Wilkins has been successful in his appeal against the red card he received during the 3-0 win against Croydon - after the FA viewed DAFCtv highlights of the incident.
BRAZ TRAINS WITH WHITES Published on: 20th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Daniel Braithwaite was training with the team ahead of their 3-1 Ryman One win at Kingstonian and caretaker-boss Terry White revealed he wants to re-sign the fans' favourite.
REUNION AT KINGSTONIAN Published on: 19th January 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover, who have lost once on the road in the league this season, come up against a Kingstonian side that has been boosted by a new management team having a reunion.
SAME AGAIN FOR BIG TEL Published on: 19th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic caretaker-boss Terry White will name an unchanged squad for the trip to Kingstonian and reveals that he gave his men a rest on Thursday night.
WHITE'S LOOKING AT LINGER Published on: 17th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Terry White has confirmed that former Charlton, Leyton Orient and Brighton midfielder Paul Linger has signed for the club on a non-contract basis and could start at Chatham.
NICKY'S RED CARD RESCINDED Published on: 16th January 2007 by DAFC Web Team Dover Athletic have received a boost ahead of the vital Ryman League clash with Croydon Athletic at Crabble. He will not serve a three-match ban after all.
TRUST DONATE £3,000 Published on: 14th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Debbie Harrison handed Whites chairman Jim Parmenter a cheque for £3,000 from the Supporters' Trust to help clear the club's historic overdraft deficit.
WEBER ALERT: NEW COLUMN Published on: 13th January 2007 by DAVID WEBER Dave Weber is gonna get you! He is lurking about in cyberspace, ready to jump off the web page you are about to read to give you his views on Dover Athletic in a new series of columns.
CRABBLE DOUBLE HEADER Published on: 12th January 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Dover face an important pair of home games in the space of four days with doubts over the fitness of James Dryden as Molesey and Croydon Athletic come to Crabble.
WHITES SIGN YOUNG STRIKER Published on: 11th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic have signed Dagenham and Redbridge striker Matthew Batt to fill the void left by Chris Chase, who was released by mutual consent earlier in the week.
CHASE RELEASED Published on: 10th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Chris Chase has been released from his contract at Dover Athletic by mutual consent, reveals chairman Jim Parmenter. He was not able to give the club his 100 per cent commitment.
TERRY'S A GRUMPY BEAR Published on: 9th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Terry White has been a grumpy bear since Sunday - but he is currently working on bringing a fresh face to the Dover squad to help create chances for our front players.
CLUB STATEMENT Published on: 7th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic would like to respond to comments attributed to Folkestone boss Neil Cugley made on BBC Radio Kent about Jimmy Dryden over the weekend.
JIMMY'S GOING NOWHERE Published on: 5th January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover caretaker-boss Terry White wants to set the record straight, regarding rumours about striker Jimmy Dyden, insisting: "He is NOT for sale and going nowhere."
CHAMP CLASH AT THE HILL Published on: 5th January 2007 by MATTHEW CLEMENTS Whites face title rivals Dulwich in a vital match. Keeping up their mean defensive record will be Dover's main aim against free-scoring Hamlet at Champion Hill.
WHITE MEETS PLAYERS Published on: 3rd January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Terry White attended his first training session this week and held one-to-one meetings with all the playing staff. Now he is busy working on bringing in a new signing.
TERRY WHITE: EXCLUSIVE Published on: 2nd January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Terry White has promised Dover fans that he will be throwing himself into the caretaker-manager job with 100 per cent passion and commitment to help the club achieve promotion.
WHITES GET WHITE IN Published on: 1st January 2007 by JUSTIN ALLEN Dover Athletic have appointed Terry White as caretaker-manager after chairman Jim Parmenter granted boss Clive Walker sick leave while he tries to cure a back problem.