Posted by sean on April 26, 2009 at 6:58 pm in Bath City with No Comments

So the football season is over. Bath City lost 2-0 to Thurrock, but it didn’t make much difference to the final league standings.

It was a good day out on a hot, sunny afternoon. The coach journey to Essex may have taken forever, but Claire came along, so made the day and the journey really nice.

The match ended in a pitch invasion by the City fans, eager to congratulate their team and say farewell to two players who will be leaving the club… Goalkeeper Paul Evans who is emigrating to Australia and midfielder Scott Rogers who is also escaping England, this time to a country not quite as nice as ‘down under’… Newport in Wales. Poor sod.

All in all, a good season for Bath City.

It’s going to be a long summer until August when we start all over again.

I’ll be going to Wembley in June to watch England and my dad is trying to get hold of tickets to the Aston Villa/Newcastle game at the end of May, but besides that, no more footy 🙁

Stats for the season
Games been to: 56
Goals seen: 144
Miles travelled to games: 4400 (approx)

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