Posted by sean on November 15, 2010 at 10:25 pm in Bath City with No Comments

Some more highlights and photos from the trip to Southport at the weekend…

Songs we tried (and failed) to get going…

To our Portuguese player, although with the primary aim of winding up the local scouser’s
Sido Jom-ba-ti
You eat Nandos in your country
It could be worse
You could be scouse
And eat rats in your council house

And when the home fans screamed for a penalty
You claim for it all
You claim for it all
Benefits and penalties
You claim for it all

One Bath City fan also (shamefully) upset a local Southport ball boy, who was a little slow at retrieving the matchball when his team were winning. He didn’t appreciate being referred to as a scouser. In response, I think he mouthed the words “duck goth”, but I’m not great at lip reading.

Likewise, the Bristol City fans we encountered at the Birmingham service station on the way home, did not thank us for the reminder of their 3-1 loss to the mighty Leeds United earlier in the day.

As you can tell, we’re proper hard fans. Watch out for the Bath City firm!

MISSING: 4,000 football fans. Last seen – The Sheffield Wednesday FA Cup game

Our impressive collection of flags

It amused me how the matchday stewards were sponsored by a pest control business. Rather fitting, I thought!

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