Posted by sean on July 30, 2007 at 9:39 pm in Bath City with No Comments


I went to watch Bath City play Yate this evening. I didn’t think I would be returning to the place where City won the title for quite some time – luckily it was in a friendly and not a league match.

City won the game 3-0, but the result was marred by an injury to goalkeeper, Paul Evans. He appeared to hurt his head/neck in a collision and had to be taken off, leaving everyone’s favourite striker, Phil Walsh to go in goal.

At halftime, Evo was taken to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol after vomiting in the changing room. I saw him before leaving for the hospital, and he didn’t look good at all – he was shaking and appeared very pale – mind you, he had just puked up his dinner all over the changing room floor and players’ bags.

I was later informed that he was suffering from concussion and the trip to hospital was simply a precaution. I hope makes a fast recovery and doesn’t have to endure a 7 hour wait in A&E alongside drunks, chefs with missing fingers, and children with buckets stuck on their heads.

I was also amused when the physio handed a fan a vomit-filled bucket, and asked him to place it in the medical room. Bath City midfielder, Mike Green noticed this and his face turned the colour of his namesake – he ran off muttering “I’m not getting involved in this”.

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