IT is a hugely busy time in our season but I want to address the situation at Dulwich Hamlet first.

What is happening at Dulwich (who could fold after a major investor withdrew its funding) is not nice to hear of course, and I would have helped them out if I hadn’t been treated so poorly by a select group of supporters when I was there.

It was dismal and a group of them were trying to get to me to beat me up earlier in the season. Fans were sticking Zippos Circus posters to the dugout and on my back in the clubhouse afterwards.

My security had to manhandle them off of me as I walked off the pitch, and if it wasn’t for that I would help them out of their situation.

What is happening there could affect them in their title tilt and following Leiston’s defeat on Tuesday I think they are out of it too.

There is so much going on and I have had to add to the squad because of the amount of games we have coming up.

The good news with cup success is you are still in them but the bad news is you are behind on games and it takes its tolls on the players.

But at the end of the day I want to win a couple of trophies this year. The problem is you can have a two week spell off the pace and you could lose the league.

We have five games in 13 days later this month which I embrace but on the other side of it we know how hard it is going to be. The players are fatigued and they also hide injuries as they want to be involved.

I also think this is the time for management to step up. Myself, Harry (Wheeler) and Danny (Hazel) need to keep these boys going. I have been missing from the dugout recently with illness and a lot of people said they were pleased to see me back, as I have the passion. And it is good to be back.

We have the FA Trophy and the FA Cup in the next week and both are huge occasions. I urge the fans to get behind us.