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Mar 6, 2004
Suffolk 'em all
OK, so we didn't quite get there. But it seems too soon for the season to end. So, what to do?

There is an antidote to anyone still with live footie needs in an Essex play-off situation (and I certainly don't mean Cole Ewe if they somehow manage it)

Your medicine can be taken at Chelmsford City tomorrow (Weds 3 May) at 7.45 pm as they take on Dartford in the first leg of the National League South play-offs.

OK it's certainly a crap ground - any City fan will tell you that - but some 2,000 (including a healthy Dartford contingent to stoke up the atmosphere) are expected and it should be a good night. City are perennial under-achievers in the play-offs and are desperate to get back to the top level outside the EFL. Maybe this year they can do it at last.

SS Junior and me will be there with our City fan mates - if you've now't else on why not join us? I'm easy to spot if you want to join our merry little band - two of them are lifetime City season ticket holders so have been certified insane, but the rest are relatively sociable, and the club bar is always well-stocked and welcoming.