BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Gavin Rose reckons newly-promoted Dulwich Hamlet will only sign a maximum of four players before their National League South campaign gets underway.
The South London club won promotion via the Isthmian League Premier Division play-offs.
Asked about adding to his squad over the summer, Rose told the South London Press: “It will probably only be three or a maximum of four I’ll bring in.
“Once we do that then we’ll address maybe a month or two into the season any big holes we need to fill.
“I don’t want to lose too much continuity. I don’t want to add six or seven players and need to create a new culture. We have that culture already and those three or four will come in, learn the culture of the club and go from there.”
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