The UK’s worst team end 40-game losing streak

by Mystical Mike

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010
 

We’ve all dished out and even been on the end of a good hiding, but spare a thought for AFC Aldermaston, Britain’s worst football team, who finally ended their 40 game losing streak with a 1-1 draw against Warminster Town on Saturday.

The part timers abysmal run of 40 consecutive defeats earned them the crown of Britain’s worst football team.

You may find it hard to believe but Aldermaston are rock bottom of the Wessex League Division One table – which is nine levels below the Premier League – they’ve conceded over 150 goals this campaign.

Adie Heath was only brought in five weeks ago after previous boss Carl Griffiths couldn’t take any more embarrassment.

28-year-old Heath is somewhat of a hero after finally ended the disastrous run, but can’t wait for the current campaign to end.
“It is the record no team would want but I suppose it has given the club a bit of attention. We will all be glad to see the back of this season and start again in the summer,” Heath told the Daily Mail.

“Morale has been good. We just hope we can turn it around and have a good end to the season.”

If only someone would of told them about UK Football Finder then the run would have ended months ago!

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