Posted by sean on March 1, 2008 at 8:50 pm in Bath City with No Comments


Excrement. Used to describe the performance from the Bath City players today in their 3-0 defeat to Hayes & Yeading. No heart, no passion, no points.

Excrement. Also used to describe the location – Hayes, Middlesex. I explored the place with three other City fans. Not a very nice place to visit. We’re just peaceful folk from the West Country, and I felt a little scared when I found myself in the UK’s answer to The Bronx.

Below are some photos of excrement. No photos from the game as no football was played (by Bath City, anyway)

The grafitti really gives off that sense of “pride”

and again…

The car park was put to excellent use

What a lovely location!

What type of animal is a MAKKAH HALAL and what does it’s meat taste of?
The pub/clubhouse beer garden. Families welcome…

English is obviously not the first language in Hayes.
I spotted this sign on TWO seperate fruit machines

The Bath City players certanly got the message

Plagiarism…
Hmmm…

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