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Dulwich Hamlet retain two players and holding talks with five others over extending

Dulwich Hamlet have confirmed that Danny Mills and Sanchez Ming will be staying on despite the club’s relegation from National League South.

Manager Hakan Hayrettin is targeting promotion at the first attempt after agreeing that he will continue as manager.

Dulwich announced their retained list yesterday.

They are in discussion with Charlie Grainger, Cameron Thompson, George Porter, Joe Felix and Kreshnic Krasniqi.

But a vast swathe of the squad have been let go including the likes of Jack Holland, Frankie Raymond, Andre Blackman, Johl Powell, Ronnie Vint and Kalvin Kalala.

Dulwich tweeted: We are extremely excited about building a new squad under @HakanHayrettin ahead of the new season, and will have updates on new signings in the coming days.”


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