DULWICH HAMLET, one of non-league football’s most celebrated names with a rich and colourful history, unusual strip and a modern social movement that has seen crowds soar from a very lowly position, will be weeping this weekend. The club’s most devoted fan, Mishi Morath, died this week after enduring ill-health for much of 2019. A larger-than-life character, Mishi was a great lover of non-league football and understood its place in society. He was typical of many stalwarts around the country, people that clubs like Dulwich rely on to carry the flame. He was instrumental in driving support for Dulwich when they looked like they were going to remain homeless and he was a great student of the club’s history. Not for nothing was he…