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STATEMENT FROM JIM PARMENTER Published on: 30th December 2004 by Jim Parmenter Statement JIM PARMENTER has issued the following statement to keep fans up to speed with the latest developments.
STATEMENT Published on: 29th December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN DOVER ATHLETIC are pleased to announce that a verbal agreement has been reached today between Jim Parmenter and major shareholders John and Alan Husk.
FARRINGDON: I HOPE JIM TAKES OVER SOON Published on: 22nd December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN JOHN FARRINGDON hopes his role as chairman of Dover Athletic will be a short one - as Jim Parmenter continues to prepare a takeover bid.
BROWNE RELISHES FOLKESTONE CLASH Published on: 22nd December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN STEVE BROWNE insists that his Dover team will relish the atmosphere at Cheriton Road on Monday.
KEMP RESIGNS Published on: 21st December 2004 by STEVE CATTERMOLE STATEMENT FROM STEVE CATTERMOLE, COMPANY SECRETARY
LEAGUE SUSPENSION AVERTED Published on: 21st December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN DOVER ATHLETIC have revealed that they were summoned to a Ryman League hearing at Staines, scheduled for tomorrow - with a view to suspending the club from the Premier Division.
Q&A WITH JIM PARMENTER Published on: 20th December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN JIM PARMENTER, who is co-ordinating a rescue bid to resolve Dover Athletic's financial crisis, has answered some questions...
KEMP: I'LL STAND DOWN FOR JIM Published on: 20th December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN MICK KEMP has welcomed Jim Parmenter's bid to put together a rescue package to secure Dover Athletic's long-term future...
JIM'S WORKING ON A RESCUE BID Published on: 16th December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN JIM PARMENTER has today confirmed that he is attempting to co-ordinate a rescue package to save Dover Athletic's long-term future.
BROWNE'S DOING SOME STIRLING WORK Published on: 14th December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN BOSS Steve Browne has placed former Luton defender Jude Stirling top of his list of targets ahead of this Saturday's must-win match against Billericay.
CATTERMOLE STEPS DOWN Published on: 9th December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN Steve Cattermole has resigned as a director of Dover Athletic.
FROM THE BOARDROOM - JOHN FARRINGDON Published on: 9th December 2004 by JOHN FARRINGDON I HAVE been requested to put a few lines together for the website as perhaps my voice and that of the Trust have been a little quiet of late.
BROWNE'S FURY AT LAZY PLAYERS Published on: 8th December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN STEVE BROWNE has hit out at some of his squad - branding them "lazy" and "self-centred".
BROWNE: WE DON'T BATTLE HARD ENOUGH Published on: 6th December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN Steve Browne was furious after his team failed to take three points and collapsed in the second half against Wealdstone.
FUNDRAISER FIT FOR A KING Published on: 4th December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN KEVIN KING, managing director of Heritage International Transport Ltd, pledged £250 for every other £250 received by the Fighting Fund yesterday - and it raised a staggering £7,000.
GREAT START BUT STILL A LONG WAY TO GO Published on: 1st December 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN FIGHTING FUND trustee Mike Webb today confirmed that £10,000 has been raised in SIX days to help save the club from closure.
BROWNE: "WE CAN ALL SUCCEED TOGETHER" Published on: 30th November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN Steve Browne held a meeting with his players on Saturday to discuss why they have not been picking up the points their performances have deserved.
SIMON HARRIS STATEMENT Published on: 25th November 2004 by SIMON HARRIS By Supporters Trust Chairman Simon Harris
KEMP: I'LL WORK TO THE LAST MINUTE Published on: 25th November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN MICK KEMP has today pledged to work to the very last minute to save Dover Athletic from going out of business.
CLUB SET TO FACE WINDING-UP ORDER Published on: 24th November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN We have now received formal notice from the CVA supervisor on the position regarding Modification 5. We are required to pay over the proportion of the proceeds from the 2002/3 FA Cup run by 31st December 2004.
PALMER WANTS TO BE A WINNER Published on: 22nd November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN DEAN PALMER is looking forward to not only enjoying his football - but also being a winner.
MAYNARD: WE'LL GET OUT OF TROUBLE Published on: 22nd November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN WHITES midfield ace Stuart Maynard says he is still hurting after Saturday's defeat at Eastleigh - but insists: "We'll climb out of the relegation zone."
MEET THE MANAGER - STEVE BROWNE Published on: 22nd November 2004 by KEVIN HARRIS STEVE BROWNE held his first meet the manager evening on Thursday, which he hopes will take place once a month.
STEVE'S ON TO A WINNER Published on: 17th November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN STEVE BROWNE was delighted to secure Whites' first away win since March but admits his men did leave it late - in fact very late.
SHEARER: IT'S LOVE-LEE TO BE BACK Published on: 15th November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN LEE SHEARER wants to stay at Dover and help get the club back into the Conference.
STEVE'S AFTER A STRIKER Published on: 15th November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN STEVE BROWNE is stepping up his search for a striker after his men failed to score for the second week running.
FROM THE BOARDROOM - STEVE CATTERMOLE Published on: 10th November 2004 by STEVE CATTERMOLE THE club's exit from the FA Trophy at Staines on Saturday comes as a terrific disappointment and a realisation that there are no more extra pay-days this season.
MISTAKES PUT STAINES ON OUR DISPLAYS Published on: 9th November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN Steve Browne admits it was a bad day at the office for his team at Staines but still believes progress is being made.
BROWNE LOOKS ONWARDS AND UPWARDS Published on: 1st November 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN STEVE BROWNE insists his side's performance on Saturday against Tonbridge was not up to scratch but he will take the three points.
FROM THE BOARDROOM - STEVE CATTERMOLE Published on: 29th October 2004 by STEVE CATTERMOLE NEW boss Steve Browne had another chance to look at his squad in a friendly against Conference high-flyers Gravesend & Northfleet at the Hoverspeed Stadium on Wednesday night.
GLEESON WRITES OFF £18,000 DEBT Published on: 26th October 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN FORMER Dover chairman Jim Gleeson today has written off debts owed to him by the club.
BROWNE: WE'RE HUNGRY FOR SUCCESS Published on: 26th October 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN STEVE BROWNE believes his new-look squad are showing a great attitude and desire to fight out of the relegation zone.
FROM THE BOARDROOM - STEVE CATTERMOLE Published on: 21st October 2004 by STEVE CATTERMOLE On the CVA front, I've yet to hear from the barrister about his/her opinion on the Modification 5 issue. Don't worry - it will arrive and only then will I be in a position to deal with it.
LEE'S LOAN DEAL IS AGREED Published on: 20th October 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN LEE SHEARER is set to re-join Dover tomorrow night after Gravesend boss Andy Ford agreed to let him go out on loan for a month.
BROWNE'S IMPRESSED SO FAR Published on: 20th October 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN Steve Browne was delighted with his side's display against Bishops Stortford on Tuesday night.
COREY RETURNS TO DOVER Published on: 20th October 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN STEVE BROWNE believes that former Whites favourite Corey Browne is going to be a vital member of his new-look squad.
FIVE FRESH FACES TRAIN WITH WHITES Published on: 15th October 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN New Dover boss Steve Browne met the fans for the first time on Thursday night and had five potential new players on parade.
FROM THE BOARDROOM - STEVE CATTERMOLE Published on: 14th October 2004 by STEVE CATTERMOLE It's public knowledge that, after the disappointment of last season, most of the summer was spent trying to restructure the club so that our expenses would be in line with our income.
FROM THE DUGOUT - STEVE BROWNE Published on: 14th October 2004 by STEVE BROWNE I'M delighted to take over as manager of Dover Athletic - a club that has tremendous tradition and support.
BROWNE'S THE WHITES CHOICE Published on: 12th October 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN New boss Steve Browne is relishing the challenge of guiding Dover away from the relegation zone and is going to sign four new players this week.
ON THE SPOT - GARY WHITTLE Published on: 7th October 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN CARETAKER-BOSS Gary Whittle answers fans questions that have been received via this website.
WHITES' FIVE YEAR PLAN Published on: 20th July 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN MICK KEMP has laid down his blueprint for the future of Dover Athletic and promises he is striving towards getting the club back into the Conference within five years.
YOUTH CAN COUNT ON US Published on: 15th July 2004 by JUSTIN ALLEN HEAD COACH Richard Langley insists talented young footballers across Kent will have every chance to get a foothold into the game if they join Dover Athletic.