Posted by sean on April 29, 2007 at 9:27 am in Leeds United with No Comments


On the same afternoon that saw Leeds United effectively relegated to League One, Bath City played out their last day of the season, beating Rugby Town 6-0.

After the game, a presentation took place. The players were all given winners medals and handed the league shield. I have never seen a football trophy that big – it was larger than the European Cup! After a lot of singing and champagne, there was a pitch invasion where fans and players congratulated one another in wonderful scenes.

I have been to most of City’s home games this season – the only ones I have missed were when I was watching Leeds. Non-league football differs so much from the big, money orientated professional game. There is more respect between the fans and the club. The players give their all and always have time for the supporters.

I have fallen in love with my little local club, the fans and the players. Roll on next season!

Here are some photos from the day.


“Tonight Matthew, I’ll be Cristiano Ronaldo”


“Hoggy! Hoggy! Hoggy!”


In an attempt to stop City scoring more, Rugby ask for a ball change


“It’s Macca! Macca is back!!”


It’s just like watching Brazil


We Are The Champions!


We beat both Man Utd and Chelsea to the title!


Another pitch invasion!


More pictures of the pitch


Gethin Jones shields himself from an attacking child


The Incredible Hulk

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