Mishi Morath made his final visit to Champion Hill today as the funeral carriage arrived at his beloved club.
The sun was shining as two white horses drew his Hamlet-themed coffin to the football ground.
Friends and the DHFC community lined the road to pay their respects to the well-loved librarian, poet, and number one rabble rouser.
Mishi’s funeral begins at around 4pm this afternoon, with a wake following the service.
The wake is expected to start from around 5.15pm at Dulwich Hamlet’s club house, with all welcome.
More details here.
— Dulwich Hamlet FC (@DulwichHamletFC) January 15, 2020
Saying farewell to Mishi, who had been honoured with The Liberty of Old Camberwell last year. On behalf of @SouthwarkMayor. With the heartfelt condolences of the whole borough. @DulwichHamletFC
Please donate in his memory to @dhfc12 and @TheBHF #DHFC ?? #DoTheRightThing pic.twitter.com/zyz1Ew8ivT
— Catherine Rose (@CatherineRose6) January 15, 2020
Had to be done, before we say our goodbyes to ‘Mr Dulwich’ @DulwichMishi
RIP my friend. We will never forget you ?? pic.twitter.com/B0SIms6Z7P
— Just Laz (@mynameislaraine) January 15, 2020