In brief: A declining but tenacious side with a lot of recent experience of home and away fixtures.
UK Albion have historically put forward plenty of players for combined Nato Lions tours of places like Afghanistan, where they've gained plenty of match experience and the occasional win, but have not brought back much silverware.
Albion previously had a very adversarial relationship with local rivals, IRA Rovers, who have since been relegated.
In the 2017 season their defence has been extensively tested by a spirited if uncoordinated series of shots on goal by Homegrown Jihadis United. Star players such as the Metropolitan Police can usually be depended on to respond quickly with an equaliser. United look set to continue to dictate the pace of home fixtures against Albion for the foreseeable future, but will not have an easy time of it.
May's task as manager is a thankless one, and she will have to work very hard to come up with an innovative strategy beyond hashtags and virtue signalling to regain the initiative. An end to the open transfer window between AFC ISIS and Home Grown Jihadis United might be an idea.