Posted by sean on March 21, 2008 at 10:51 pm in Bath City, Football with No Comments

Today was my 50th consecutive Bath City game (home and away, all competitions, not counting friendlies). I was hoping that the personal anniversary would be rewarded with a win for the Romans. Alas, it wasn’t to be

City were playing Havant and Waterlooville (yes, the team that played Liverpool in the FA Cup). City scored first after Havant’s goalkeeper decided to go walkies outside of his box. When City get the first goal, they always win (or so has been the rule all season). Unfortunately things were different today.

Havant got an equaliser from a very impressive strike – the kind of goal you don’t really mind conceding, simply due to the shear class of it. That one shot was the only moment of quality shown by Havant, who, for the remainder of the game, dived, fouled and moaned to the referee. They even managed to get City’s Lewis Hogg unfairly sent off. Scumbags.

For shame. I think they picked up some nasty habits on their visit to Anfield.

One final note. Bath City drew with Havant 1-1. Liverpool beat Havant 5-2. Does that mean City have a better defence than Liverpool? :o)

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