Posted by sean on October 19, 2014 at 10:48 pm in Bath City with No Comments


Who says celebrities only follow Premier League football teams? Bath City have film director, Ken Loach, as their famous supporter, along with Eric Cantona (apparently).

City’s fellow Conference South side, Maidenhead United, are also able to boast an illustrious fan. The star of children’s TV in the 80’s and 90’s, Timmy Mallet. Whether Mr. Mallet travels to Twerton Park to support his team next month is yet to be confirmed, but I am sure he will be made to feel most welcome if he does.

In December, City play host to Wealdstone. I’m not aware that they have any fans as famous as Ken Loach or Timmy Mallet, although someone will no doubt prove me wrong, and inform me that George Clooney owns a season ticket. However, one supporter ‘The Stones’ do have, is famous on the internet. Known only as ‘The Wealdstone Raider’, all we know of him is that he likes a beer and hates Whitehawk FC (don’t we all?). The Raider will be as welcome at Bath City as Timmy Mallet, or indeed George Clooney. You want some?

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