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Posted by sean on October 25, 2014 at 5:36 pm in Bath City with 1 Comment


I should have known things were going to be bad from the start. Manchester City lost in a freak defeat to West Ham. I had just bought Aguero for my fantasy football team and made him captain.

Worse was yet to come. I’ll glaze over the fact Leeds lost to Wolves. The team supported by Claire’s bridesmaid. I’ll be reminded of the game on my wedding day. It was also Leeds’ sixth game without a win.

No, the worse thing of the day – the absolute shit sandwich to be served up – involved Bath City and their trip to lower league opposition, East Thurrock United, in The FA Cup. Bath City lost 7-1. That’s Seven. S-E-V-E-N. I don’t like criticising players, but they cannot be defended today. They were absolutely shambolic and an insult to the club and supporters, who travelled over 330 miles to watch them play. End of blog.

One Response to A Shit Sandwich

  1. Pav

    October 28, 2014 - 4:09 pm
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    You have neglected to mention that said “freak” (not really that much of a freak if you’re aware of how well West Ham have been playing this term and how prone Man City are to away slip ups) result has meant that I have “pulled away” (oo er matron) in both our Papa John bets

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