Posted by sean on May 5, 2007 at 6:03 pm in Bath City, Non League with No Comments

Football is a funny game – it can be totally unpredictable. Take for example Team Bath. Their squad not only receives sponsorship, but also money from the UK taxpayer, enabling their players to train every day, effectively making them fulltime professionals.

With that in mind, you would expect them to succeed in a league where all their rival teams are made up of part time players who make a living from plumbing, teaching and various other everyday trades.

Even though the university associated Team Bath have all that backing, they still finished second in the league to the mighty Bath City, and today lost the play off final to Maidenhead United – in their home ground (well Bath City’s).

I went down to Twerton Park this afternoon to cheer on Maidenhead, hoping and praying that they would win and condemn the “students” to another year in the British Gas Business League. I was not disappointed. On a beautiful afternoon, Maidenhead United taught the wannabe players a lesson in football. The game finished 1-0, but Team Tax were well and truly beaten.

At full time, Maidenhead and Bath City fans celebrated in unison on the pitch, while Team Bath players slumped off to the changing rooms to eat Pot Noodles (or whatever students have nowadays). I happily shook the hands of various Maidenhead fans, who thanked me for the support and rightly pointed out that we’ll meet again next year – unlike Team Bath.

Well done Maidenhead! See you next season!

Team Bath – enjoy another season in the Mickey Mouse league. Pity for you that you are not allowed to re-sit the final – you were rubbish! :o)

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