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Tooting and Mitcham United thank Dulwich Hamlet for their time at Imperial Fields

Tooting and Mitcham United chairman Steve Adkins has wished success on Dulwich Hamlet after it was confirmed the National League South side could return home.

Dulwich have been groundsharing at Tooting’s Imperial Fields  since they were kicked out of Champion Hill, but are now set to move back in. If you fancy your luck, try some betting online

Adkins said: “Tooting and Mitcham United FC were delighted to hear the news that Dulwich Hamlet FC have been able to conclude negotiations that will allow them to return to their home, Champion Hill.Read more about Dulwich’s big victory in Sunday’s NLP.

“It has been a delight to host them at Imperial Fields during their ‘homeless’ spell. TM United’s decision to support Dulwich came from the heart and gave us the opportunity to assist another club during their difficult times.

“The relationship between Non-League clubs and their local communities are too easily lost. I like to feel that between ourselves and Dulwich we have underlined the importance of this bond.

“We wish Dulwich every success for the rest of the season and we will give them support wherever they need it in the future. We have great memories of their time at Imperial Fields.”

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