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Villa Reserves Remain Unbeaten

Villa Reserves Remain Unbeaten

Aston Villa reserves got their third draw in a row away to Reading.

The final score was Reading reserves 1-1 Villa reserves

England youth international Nathan Delfouneso scored the equaliser to keep Villa reserves unbeaten run in tact.

Villa: Taylor, Lund, O'Halloran, Osbourne, Lowry, Davies, Y.Bellon, Hogg, Mikaelsson, Earls, Stieber. Subs: Williams (on for Mikaelsson 58), Bevan, Herd, Delfouneso (on for Bellon ht). Collins.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday October 9 2007
Time: 11:33AM

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Southern Villa fan here - went & caught the second half of the reserves last night. Delfouneso (scorer) looked really lively, quick & strong - took his goal really well with a bullet header & very nearly won it in the last minute. Davies was comfortable enough, good in the air, but being 12 foot taller than anyone else he really should be!
SeanTeale'sTache
09/10/2007 12:29:00
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Great username seanteal'stache!! Good to hear we've got some more exciting young talent making their way through the acadamy.
The Fear
09/10/2007 13:52:00
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Yes, we've got a very useful, fast developing young reserve team at Villa Park right now, bodes very well for the future. As I always say though, pity they dont get a few more supporters down to watch them at the home games. They certainly deserve it.
glensider
09/10/2007 22:31:00
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