Posted by sean on January 4, 2020 at 11:44 pm in Non League with No Comments

Having seen Bath City beaten 6-0 at Grimsby and 7-1 in the FA Cup against East Thurrock, I can say from personal experience that you never quite get over witnessing your team get destroyed away from home.

I am no longer able to listen to The Fratellis – Chelsea Dagger, having endured the song’s intro SIX times at Grimsby; with it being played at full volume, after every one of the home side’s goals.

It is these traumas, which have given me the upmost sympathy for Ebbsfleet United fans tonight. Losing 7-0 at Barrow has got to hurt. One of the longest away days in English football and you get stuffed.

It’s approaching midnight as I write this blog, and chances are that many of the supporters are yet to arrive home.

Well done, boys and girls. If it makes you feel any better, we’ve all been there…

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