Posted by sean on October 7, 2007 at 6:59 am in Bath City, Leeds United, Other Sport with No Comments

I dragged myself out of bed at this horrible time to watch the F1. If everything goes to plan, the young English driver, Lewis Hamilton, could win the championship in China today. It’s very early on in the race, but instead of going back to bed and missing the finale, I thought I would do something constructive and blog.

Yesterday, I made the trip towards the south coast to watch Bath City take on Havant and Waterlooville (what a name!). The game was dire. You could say I ‘havant’ seen a worse performance in ages. The referee was also terrible – one of the worst we have had in ages. City fans are normally quite placid, but the moron in the black yesterday really incited the supporters. The ref may have been poor, but the players were worse and cannot complain about losing 1-0.

Leeds continued their marvellous start to the season, and beat Yeovil 1-0; leaving it late again, grabbing a cheeky goal – are we ManU in disguise? Dennis Wise has to be commended. He has, indeed, given Leeds the best start to a season in the clubs history… In 1973/4, we saw Leeds start the season WWWWWWWDWD. This season has seen WWWWWWWDWW – well done boys. Critics could argue that the opposition has been different – Arsenal, Spurs and ManU, as opposed to Oldham, Gillingham and Yeovil – never mind, hey.

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