I may shed a tear

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525 days, 525 full days since Latics last played a competitive match.

Despite what was developing throughout the world in March 2020, I’m not sure even the most imaginative amongst us would have predicted it would take nearly eighteen months before we could go and watch a league match involving Latics once again.

It’s been nothing short of a dystopian nightmare, but finally on Saturday afternoon we can once again push through those turnstiles.
 So much has changed with the world in the last eighteen months. Not least our own football club, everything that has happened with Covid and indeed administration and all the destruction that was wrought amongst our communities makes you realise just how lucky we are.
Bury weren’t as lucky as we were, that town has lost its football club and its identity. Possibly for evermore. We managed to avoid the doomsday scenario. Somehow.
There was a point last winter where it felt like we may never see those lads in blue and white again.
 It felt as though I may never push through those turnstiles again.
I may just well shed a tear on Saturday afternoon. It’ll be a moment I thought may never come. Thank God it did.
Sean Livesey

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