Posted by sean on November 17, 2007 at 11:53 pm in Bath City, England, Football, Leeds United with No Comments

Lady Luck was looking down on me and my football teams this afternoon. We were lucky – very lucky!

Bath City won 4-0. Now that sounds impressive, but when you consider the opposition missed countless numbers of open goals, I am grateful for the 3 points.

Leeds beat Swindon 2-1. I wasn’t at the game, but apparently the referee was very kind to Leeds. Thank you Ms. Luck!

Lady Luck saved her best piece of work till last, when she orchestrated Israel’s win over Russia. The last minute goal from the Israelis means England, who before today looked doomed, now have a major chance of qualifying for Euro 2008.

I personally don’t think England deserve to go through, but will be very happy if they fluke their way in. I felt very sorry for the Scotland national team. They had a wonderful qualifying campaign and looked by far the best team in Britain, yet a late goal from Italy (following a dodgy referee decision) ended their chances.

I normally dislike the Scottish national team, but felt deeply saddened for them this evening. Not only was Lady Luck not helping them tonight, but she vomited from the skies onto their stadium.

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