Goalscorer Ricky Modeste has his say following Dover’s 2-1 home win against Wrexham on Saturday.
Boss Andy Hessenthaler speaks to the camera following Whites’ 2-1 win against Wrexham at Crabble on Saturday.
Catch up on the best of the action from Tuesday’s match.
Whites have another team on board for the 2019/20 campaign in the form of ‘The Friends of Dover Athletic’.
The independent group, headed by supporters Paul and Debbie Harrison, will raise funds via various initiatives in order to directly support Dover during the course of the season.
The fundraising has already started in the form of a charity auction to add to signed home shirt raffle that took place during our final home game of the 2018/19 campaign.
There will also be a quiz night in the Centre Spot on Friday 27th September – Should you wish to book in a team, or have any fundraising suggestions of your own, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Entry to the general knowledge quiz is £3 per head with a maximum of eight participants per team.
You can also turn up and join a team on the evening.
Dover Athletic are delighted to announce our squad polo shirts are now available for purchase.
The black and anthracite JAKO tops, can be bought at Crabble from the club shop on matchdays, or from reception during the week.
Alternatively, you can buy a shirt from our online club store, www.dafcdirect.com
Tops are prices at £38 for adults and £32 for children.
Dover boss Andy Hessenthaler has his say following Whites’ 2-1 home defeat to Dagenham & Redbridge on Tuesday night.
Jim Parmenter praised the 132 travelling fans for their support during Saturday’s victory at Chesterfield and now wants supporters to become the 12th man when Dagenham & Redbridge come to Crabble on Tuesday night.
Dover’s chairman said after Athletic’s 2-1 win. “The away fans were right behind the team when our first goal went in and were really noisy.
“It was great for us to come to one of the favourites for the league and even when a goal down, keep fighting to win the game.
“It proves what good support can do and I look forward to seeing a lot more of that at Crabble against Dagenham. If the crowd can get behind the side like they did on Saturday, it will really help lift the lads and keep them going.”
He concluded, “I’m trying to not get too excited as I’ve been in football a long time, but we have a very special group of players here and I have a feeling in my bones it might be a very good season for us.”
Saturday’s two-goal hero Alfie Pavey shared his thoughts following Dover’s 2-1 win at Chesterfield.
Andy Hessenthaler speaks to the camera following Dover’s 2-1 win at Chesterfield on Saturday.