BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Dulwich Hamlet have transfer-listed six of their squad – including long-serving players Ashley Carew, Sanchez Ming, Ibrahim Kargbo and Gavin Tomlin.
Summer signing Anthony Cook is also available along with Daniel Pappoe.
Hamlet boss Gavin Rose said: “Our squad has done well in the last two and a half years but has aged a bit and we probably need a little bit more young blood.
“We have put some boys who have done really well for us on the transfer list and they’ll be looking for pastures new.
“Ashley has done fantastic for over the last five and a half years. He’s been very consistent with his goals and assists.
“Gavin has done well over the last two and a half years but injuries have probably hurt him over the last year – he broke his leg and had a bad knee. He’s found it hard to get in the form and condition he was in before.
“Anthony is one who will probably still be involved with us but is on the transfer-list. He came with a big reputation and he probably hasn’t done as well as he and us would have liked. If someone wants to come and take up his contract then we’ll look at that.
“Daniel suffered from a loss of form and then went out on loan to Carshalton, did well and then got injured. He is back ready to go on loan but we’d also look at a permanent.
“Kargbo has been a warrior for us over the last two and a half years but the injuries he has sustained means it is very unlikely he will play a massive part for us in the next month or two.
“If the club can come to a settlement and a little bit of a pay-off then we will. The club is not in a great position to do that because it is still recovering debts.
“We want to try and freshen up the squad with some younger lads with a view to next season. If we can develop them it helps their careers as well.”
Hamlet have signed Colchester striker De-Carrey Sheriff on a month’s loan and Hampton & Richmond Borough full-back Nathan Mavila. George Essuman has arrived on loan from Torquay for the rest of the campaign.
Sheriff scored twice in Tuesday night’s 3-1 London Senior Cup quarter-final win over Barking. Dipo Akinyemi also netted.
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