I heard this too and thought it was very very poor from a bang average Kidsgrove!!!!!! Saying that though, if that doesn’t motivate our players and management to do better then nothing will.
A couple of things to politely correct here if I may.
The song sung by the Kidsgrove players post game in their dressing room was in fact "WE are f***ing s**t"
It is simply a bit of fun that has its background in local (N Staffordshire) rivalry. A Leek player used the term of endearment before a recent local Derby to describe some of the Kidsgrove team and duly got the song ringing in his ears in the Leek dressing rooms after Kidsgrove put the home side to the sword recently.
It has duly been adopted by the Kidsgrove lads as a bit of a post game laugh and celebration when they win.
It most definately is not in anyway meant as any disrespect to the opposition - unless you happen to be Leek Town!
I'm not so sure the writer is in a strong position to describe Kidsgrove as "bang average". We all see things differently of course but for me Kidsgrove comprehensively out thought and out fought AFC yesterday. They changed their shape and some personnel following an insipid display against an energetic Corby side in midweek and this seemed to be a puzzle your coaching staff and players never got to grips with. Although the set up meant the home side had the majority of possession they seldom looked like scoring throughout the game. That is measured by the Kidsgrove keeper having his quietest afternoon of the season to date.
For me Kidsgrove's counter threat was greater than the Rushden's huffing and puffing for the majority of the afternoon. The only exception to this was perhaps the last ten minutes when Kidsgrove made changes and Rushden started slinging balls into the box via their skipper from the halfway line.
It was even more comfortable than the five goal win by the "bang average" Kidsgrove team against Rushden last term to be truthful.
May I add that the hospitality and friendly nature of both the club and supporters was a credit and I wish you all the best for the remainder of your season.