Chester FC recorded a comfortable victory away at Vauxhall Motors last night to stay top of the Blue Square Bet North.
"Yeah! You No va score!" roared manager Neil Young after the game. "Viva la Chester!"
Young rang the changes in the Blues line up, dropping four of the players who had started Saturday's game against Histon after they turned up in a Vauxhall Zafira.
"No room for split loyalties on a night like this," grimaced the manager.
The 3-0 victory always looked inevitable, after a first half in which Blues Live played fast and loose with the definition of the word "live", broadcasting in delay once again. As the subscription service brought news of the kick off, Conor Roberts-Nurse was busy turning the ball into his own net.
The Vauxhall defender then aided the visitors further by picking up a red card for a late tackle.
"I was navigating the game by listening to Blues Live and thought I'd timed it perfectly," grumbled Roberts-Nurse.
Down to ten, the home side were always likely to struggle, and debutant left winger Danny Williams scored a superb volley before turning provider for Sean Clancy to acrobatically add a third.
"Told you we needed a new left winger," beamed a smug Young, who does tend to always wind up being right about these things.
The Blues now look ahead to the weekend, where they will host Harrogate Town, provided that their guests don't win their FA Cup tie tonight.
"It's a bit rude actually," grimaced Young. "We've invited Harrogate round our gaff for a kickabout and they're holding out to see if they get a better offer. What about our plans? What about our feelings?"
The fixture schedule is starting to look slightly bizarre for the Blues, who are slated to fit in five games in 15 days before a 12 day break.
"It's ok, really," said Young. "It's just a bit like when you binge on cake, so then you don't eat cake for a bit. Same concept, we can cope with it."
"Besides, we'll easily fill that gap with a bunch of FA Trophy replays and other excuses to get injured. No sweat, bro."