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Villa Reserves Draw Away To Pompey

Villa Reserves Draw Away To Pompey

Aston Villa reserves drew 2-2 away to Portsmouth.

Zoltan Stieber scored from the penalty spot and Toby Mikaelsson scored another in the second half.

Villa: Sorensen, Lund, O'Halloran, D.Bellon, Lowry, Davies, Y.Bellon, Hogg, Mikaelsson, Earls, Stieber. Subs: Albrighton (on for Yago Bellon 80), Bevan, Delfouneso (on for Damian Bellon 80), Collins, (on for Mikaelsson 80) Clark.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday October 4 2007
Time: 11:04AM

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Another late goal giving away 2 points.
Hoss The Villain
04/10/2007 11:13:00
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Whats happened to the 'Superkid' we signed from Watford?
DeanoVilla
04/10/2007 11:21:00
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I read the match report on the OS. Doesn't say much about Davies, I wonder how he did.
jonah
04/10/2007 11:45:00
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The youth team under Tony McAndrews are doing well again this year, 6 wins out of 7. He keeps producing good youngsters for us and doesn't get much credit for his efforts.
Hoss The Villain
04/10/2007 12:35:00
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The super-kid is in the youth team. Is Mikaelsson anywhere close to being ready for the first team anyone?
Gordonsleftboot
04/10/2007 13:13:00
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I think Zoltan Steiber is definitely the next one to break through along with O'Halloran. Steiber is pure quality. Steiber should go out to the Championship on loan, and hopefully make a Premiership debut before the end of the season. Mikaelsson may have to wait until next season to get a good loan deal, but he is a great prospect. If Adam McGurk recovers from his cruciate injury as the same player, he is a top draw striker as well. Lowry, Earls, Delfonseau, Bridges, Herd the list is endless of real talented youngsters. Well done Sid, Kevin McDonald et al.
krfeskivilla
04/10/2007 14:03:00
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McGurk was, and hopefully still will be, the pick of the bunch. Terrible blow that he suffered, at a time when he couldn't have been far away from a place on the first team bench at least. Tobias Mikaelsson, no, not quite ready yet, but he seems to have made huge strides since last season, when sometimes I questioned whether he'd make it. Good point last night, despite conceding late again. Pompey had a strong line up out there.
glensider
04/10/2007 14:20:00
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Thanks for the comments glensider & krfeskivilla
Gordonsleftboot
04/10/2007 15:49:00
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Matty Taylor was in the Pompey reserves last night. Is he coming back from injury, or currently out of favour? Anyone know?
glensider
04/10/2007 19:07:00
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out of favour live about 20 miutes from fratton park and one of my mates (a big pompey fan) reckons he's not happy and definately going in january
hampshire villian
06/10/2007 21:50:00
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