Posted by sean on December 15, 2007 at 11:37 am in Bath City with No Comments

I’m off to Wales this afternoon to watch Bath City play Newport yet again. It is City’s 4th visit to Spytty Park since October. Somehow the cup draws have seen us having to travel to their ground in every possible competition – the league, FA Cup, Setanta Shield, and today, The FA Trophy. I am sure if Newport relocated 50 miles east, we would get them in the Somerset Cup too.

Newport hasn’t been the nicest place to go. A small minority of the locals have taken a dislike to City’s success at their ground, and tried to go all “Italian Ultras” on us. They’re big softies really, and with the Christmas spirit in the Welsh air, hopefully it’ll be an enjoyable match… which City will win :o)

I was disappointed with Bath City not even reaching the 1st Round of FA Cup this year, so a run in the FA Trophy would be nice. In recent years, Bath City have been a bit like a bad teabag – they haven’t stayed in the cup very long.

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