OH WE DO LIKE TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE…
Today it was Fylde's turn to meet the mighty Salford City, undefeated in a zillion games – with Ammies supporters coming by train, car and pedalo for the seaside date near St Annes for our fourth game in a week.
The match itself wasn't much to write home about so we won't bother – all you need to know is that Salford City had a shot well saved in the first half; Ammies goalie Andy Robertson made another miraculous save with his feet when the score was level – and after 76 minutes Steve Foster knocked in his billionth goal since his tangerine return to win the game yet again for the Ammies.
What else do you need to know? Fylde had a steward who was aged about 6…when the ball went over a wall on the far side the sheep had heart attacks… and the changing rooms were little more than garden huts. Suppose you had to be there to get the full strange picture.
So Salford City's travelling support went home happy, and after the match the club declared that next Saturday's final game of the season at Moor Lane will be free entry for all – so let's have a proper Salford party!!!
In the meantime we've got Leigh Genesis away on Wednesday (at Chorley's ground), so Salford City could climb even higher up the league… How do you go higher than Neil Armstrong? All will be revealed if we win!