16 March 2009
Fisher bosses played down an ugly post-match incident after the 3-0 defeat at Bromley in which manager Dave Mehmet clashed with former star Kenny Beaney.
The Nunhead-based midfielder left the club earlier this season and is alleged to have been the target of a pre-match team-talk from the Fisher camp, as former Millwall hard-man Mehmet prepared for the game.
After taking offence to a number of tackles dished out by his former team-mates, Beaney went to talk to his former boss after the game and a number of blows were said to have been exchanged.
With Mehmet declining to comment, Fish chairman Martin Eede told the 'News': "It was all handbags at three paces really. We consider the incident done and dusted unless we hear any further."
An onlooker said: "The Fisher manager appeared to aim a headbutt at the player, who pushed or punched him in the face. It all got broken up pretty quickly and they went down the tunnel."
Beaney, who also refused to comment, was named player and players' player of the season under Wayne Burnett last season, after his move from fellow Champion Hill tenants Dulwich Hamlet.
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