Posted by sean on February 27, 2009 at 10:53 pm in Ventures Outside Of Bath with No Comments

Tomorrow I am going to Walsall to see Claire. I will be leaving my flat at the ungodly hour of 0800 GMT.

Even though she was in Bath just a week ago, it will be really nice to see her again and I am really looking forward it, despite the early start.

While up there, we will be going to watch Walsall FC, who are coincidentally playing a team local to me – Yeovil Town. We will be going in the home end, so will no doubt be surrounded by thousands of Adrian Chiles and Frank Skinner soundalikes.

It will be strange in a ground alongside thousands of fans of a team I don’t support; and although I will probably enjoy the game, I will not be too bothered by the outcome – just as long as there are goals and Claire and me have a good time. I suppose as a Bath City fan, I should want Yeovil to lose. So I guess… come on Walsall.

That said, I would take Walsall losing 10-0 if I find out from my iPhone that Bath City have beaten Basingstoke 1-0 tomorrow.

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