Posted by sean on October 12, 2007 at 6:36 am in Bath City with No Comments


I’m off to Wales tonight to watch football. Last time I travelled across The Severn to watch a footy match, bad things happened. Hopefully Bath City will fair a little better in Wales when they play Newport in the FA Cup.

The match has been a bit of a farce. Firstly, it was originally set for tomorrow at 3pm – clashing with the England-Estonia game. You would have thought that The FA would not organise their own major cup competition to be played at exactly the same time as the very national team they govern. Pathetic.

City fans were then told that Newport are segregating the game, and giving the Bath supporters the seated area (anyone for prawn sandwiches?). They are also closing the bar to away fans, so when we arrive an hour early in a cold, wet Wales; all we will have to do is sit down and freeze to death, sober, while we wait for kick off.

Still, looking on the brightside – there is a chance those travelling on the coach may get access to the clubhouse, and more importantly, IT’S THE FA CUP! Come on City!

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