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the year 2002
GLOVER AND BUSTER SIGN UP Published on: 26th October 2002 by DANIEL DYER Simon Glover and Buster Smissen have signed new contracts with the club ahead of our FA Cup game with Woking.
CLUB STATEMENT Published on: 17th October 2002 by STEVE CATTERMOLE AN ARTICLE has appeared on the back page of the Dover Express concerning the relationship between the Club and Mr John Spencer, a well-known figure at Crabble for the past few seasons.
PLAYERS BUY OWN TRACKSUITS Published on: 25th September 2002 by STEVE CATTERMOLE MAYBE indicative of the spirit that exists in Clive's new, young squad is that they clubbed together to buy tracksuits, polo shirts and sports bag in order to look more of a professional unit.
CLIVE JOY WITH DERBY VICTORY Published on: 30th August 2002 by JUSTIN ALLEN CLIVE WALKER saluted his young side's awesome first half performance at Cheriton Road on Monday - and paid tribute to ex-Folkestone favourites Nicky Dent and Danny Chapman.
SIMMONDS ARE NEW SPONSORS Published on: 25th August 2002 by DANIEL DYER WHITES have announced that they have arranged a new shirt sponsorship deal with jewellers A Simmonds
DENT'S ENJOYS BEING BACK Published on: 14th August 2002 by BEN HUGHES DOVER'S returning hero Nicky Dent is enjoying his renaissance at Crabble after almost a decade away, but he did reveal that the offer to come back came as a shock.
CLIVE: WE GO INTO UNKNOWN Published on: 14th August 2002 by JUSTIN ALLEN DOVER ATHLETIC head into the unknown in this Saturday's Dr Martens curtain-raiser at Moor Green.
ARNOTT'S LOOKING FORWARD Published on: 5th August 2002 by BEN HUGHES DOVER'S new utility player Andy Arnott is pleased to be back playing regular first team football after being plagued by injury over the past couple of seasons.
COLLINS NOT COMING TO CRABBLE Published on: 2nd July 2002 by JUSTIN ALLEN MARGATE striker Phil Collins will not be heading to Crabble - all the while the Thanet club want a fee for the prolific marksman.
SUPER MO TO RETURN Published on: 2nd July 2002 by JUSTIN ALLEN GOALKEEPING legend Maurice Munden could be making a shock return to Crabble.
DENTY'S SHARP, SAY HYDIE Published on: 25th June 2002 by JUSTIN ALLEN CRABBLE folk hero Nicky Dent is set to return - and Dover assistant boss Paul Hyde believes he could be the best striker in the Dr Martens League.
TRUST PLAN TWO FUN NIGHTS Published on: 19th June 2002 by DANIEL DYER Dover Athletic Supporters Trust has announced two evenings of entertainment that it has arranged in the near future
KEMPY TO ADDRESS FANS Published on: 19th June 2002 by DANIEL DYER The Trust are staging a fans' forum at the Centre Spot where supporters can listen to the thoughts of new chairman Mick Kemp.
DAY SIGNS A NEW DEAL Published on: 19th June 2002 by JUSTIN ALLEN Midfielders Jamie Day and Darren Davies have both committed themselves to Dover for two years.
CVA PROPOSAL GETS GREEN LIGHT Published on: 19th June 2002 by STEVE CATTERMOLE Yesterday morning's meeting of the Club's Creditors to discuss the proposal for a Creditors Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) went totally unopposed.
STUART MUNDAY'S A TARGET Published on: 16th June 2002 by JUSTIN ALLEN DOVER boss Clive Walker is still hoping former Whites defender Stuart Munday will re-join the club to boost squad following Lee Shearer's departure to Margate.
CLIVE BUILDS FROM THE BACK Published on: 15th June 2002 by JUSTIN ALLEN CLIVE WALKER wants to build his challenge for a swift return to the Conference from the back.
LANGLEY SCOOPS PRIZES Published on: 9th June 2002 by BILL MARION Richard Langley and his successful reserve management team scooped the awards at the Bass Brewers Kent Football League annual presentation dinner - and his players had their end of season awards.
MATT AND TOMMY SIGN UP Published on: 1st June 2002 by JUSTIN ALLEN Clive Walker has handed Matt Carruthers and Tommy Tyne new two-year deals - despite our relegation from the Conference.
STEVE ON CHALLENGE AHEAD Published on: 1st June 2002 by STEVE CATTERMOLE Steve Cattermole talks about Bill Williams' departure from the club and the challenges ahead as we face life outside the Conference.