Our record there is unbelievably dire but there's good reason. They are normally a well organised unit who are extremely difficult to beat at home in what is probably the worst ground in the football league. Decidedly average facilities, freezing winds at the top of the hill and it's sloped. They leverage that to their advantage very well. Despite our record of abject failure I always enjoy my trip to Accy and I'm sorry that I can't make it this year.
My only visit was 2012/2013 season under Buckle, lost 2-1, Anyinsah had got one back for us & we saw Muzzy Carayol nearly cut in half by their full back. Probably the worst ‘tackle’ I’ve seen at a game (and there’s a few candidates) dude recieved a straight red I believe.
I saw our match in the 2006/2007 season which was so dire I booked our holidays after (convinced we were going to languish mid table) which turned out to be at the same time as the Play off final at Wembley and hence missed the ****ing game.... The other was the one under McGhee which was even worse and I remember a couple of the players giving it large with the fans after being booed off and chants of 'what a load of rubbish'. Only one of a handful of games I've been to where the fans really had a go at the players. Chester away under Atkins being one of the others.....
We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Download AttachmentWe had a loanee from Man City who hardly played but did score there his only contribution I think.Their ground is dreadful but a new stand on its way and they have purchased land next to their ground
It's a quirky ground, no doubt about it. Probably has the same effect as Twerton did all those years ago, lures teams in to the dreaded exposure of a superior complex..