Posted by sean on February 4, 2008 at 10:53 pm in Bath City with No Comments

Tonight down at Twerton Park was the annual Bath City “Meet the Manager” evening. This is where manager, John Relish and coach Adie Brittain, give up their own free time to spend and evening with the fans, answering any questions which they may have. A highly honourable gesture and one you would not get from most other managers in the division, let alone old Red Nose at Manchester United.

For those of you who have any interest in The Romans, some of the major points raised were.

  • Despite rumours of an exit, the excellent Chris Holland could well sign a new contract and play next season.
  • Pacey winger and fans’ favourite, Craig Davidge, left as he wanted to start every game –something which could not be offered at City.
  • Mike Green departed as he could not get into the team. If he improves, he may return.
  • The club have succeeded all expectations this season, and promotion is now being considered.
  • The support from the fans, especially those who travel away, was highly praised.
  • The management always expected current league leaders, Lewes, to win the title. They also predict Havant to win the league next year, following their massive payday at Anfield.

Following the events at Leeds last week involving Dennis Wise, it is nice to see there is still some loyal and good people left in football. Thank you John and Adie.

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