Posted by sean on August 9, 2008 at 1:17 pm in Bath City, Football, Leeds United with No Comments


After a long crap summer, football is finally back this afternoon. Friendlies may be fun, but you can’t beat the real, competitive action.

Leeds have already played their first game of the season, beating Scunthorpe 2-1. Due to the early kick off, they lead the League One table (for a few hours at least). Hopefully it’ll be the first of many times this season that I can sing “We are top of the league, I said we are top of the league!”

As soon as I have finished writing this blog, I will be leaving the warmth of my flat for the rain outside – walking down to Twerton Park to watch Bath City in their first game of the season. Naturally, I am hoping for The Romans to follow on in the success of The Mighty Whites; although it is rare that both my teams, Bath City and Leeds United, win in the same afternoon.

Predictions for the season:
Leeds United – League One Champions
Bath City – To finish in the play offs. Whether they win them or not, I wouldn’t want to guess.
Manchester United – going down with Hull City :o)

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