Posted by sean on December 2, 2007 at 11:15 pm in Bath City, England with No Comments

On Saturday I travelled the breadth of the country to East Sussex to watch Bath City play Lewes. A dire game played in even worse weather conditions. We lost 1-0, I got soaked, ate some disgusting chips and nearly froze to death on the coach journey home. All in all, a fantastic Saturday of non-league football!

One of the highlights of the day was when I spotting “Reduce to clear” stand in a service station, somewhere between Sussex and Somerset. It was full of England car-flags, novelty hands a mini-footballs; all selling for 25p – by far the cheapest thing EVER to be sold at a service station. Also on sale was Paul Robinson’s goalkeeping gloves, Steve McClaren’s umbrella from the Croatia game, and a signed Frank Lampard shirt – nobody bought them.

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