Posted by sean on September 10, 2008 at 8:39 pm in Bath City with No Comments

Regular readers of my blog will know all about my feelings towards Team Bath, their management, players and tax-funded setup. Therefore, I won’t bore you all with that again.

Before last night’s game, both teams had met 8 times, Team Bath winning none of them.

Last night. 90+ minutes gone. Team Bath winning 1-0 and on the verge on securing their first ever victory over City. Then it all changed…

Bath City’s striker, Dave Gilroy charges towards the Team Bath keeper, dancing majestically around him, and prepares to score, before being pulled down by the goalie.

The Team Bath keeper is sent off and City are awarded a penalty, which Gilroy duly converts. 1-1. Extra time beckons, but TB are forced to play with 10 men and an outfield player in goal.

The additional 30 minutes were great fun. There where cheers of “Olay” as City strung dozens of passes together. With a rookie in goal, the experienced City players toyed with their opposition, like a cat with a mouse, waiting to make the kill.

Then, as a result of a corner, the killer goal came. City had won 2-1. Team Bath had failed, yet again, to beat Bath City. The City management, players and fans celebrated. The Team Bath management and players (without fans) stormed off.

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