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Sorensen In Reserve

Goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen returns to match action alongside new boy Moustapha Salifou as the reserves entertain Chelsea at Villa Park.

With Scott Carson suspended for the next game, this is Sorensen's chance to shine as the starting goalkeeper place is up for grabs once more.

He is just one part of a highly-experienced line-up, with Isaiah Osbourne, Curtis Davies and Marlon Harewood all playing.

The team in full: Sorensen, Lund, O'Halloran, Osbourne, Lowry, Davies, Salifou, Hogg, Harewood, Stieber, Berger.

Subs: (from) Herd, Bevan, Earls, Mikaelsson, D.Bellon, Y.Bellon




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Writer: Murph Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 22 2007

Time: 3:14PM

Your Comments

Has Harewood even scored for the reserves yet?
son_of_cher
he might tonight, we've got a load of kids out!
merlin
He has now, seems as if Salifou is having a good debut too.
Gordonsleftboot
Erm, make that two to Harewood
Gordonsleftboot
Err a hat trick now!!
Gordonsleftboot
6-0 Harewood hat trick and Salifou MOTM : )
steff_the_villan
Whether we put out a very young starting line-up, or a more experienced side, our second eleven certainly knows how to rattle those goals in.
glensider
harewood scored a hatrick didnt he?
Stig
Harewood to start next match! I knew he'd come good, honestly
*Holte*End*Star*
Who was wearing the Harewood lookalike mask and the muscle suit??????????????
Villan444
A hat-trick and all credit to him. He deserves the break. According to my good pal who goes to all the away games with us, until he netted his first, he looked pretty abysmal. And that from a guy whose been pretty much MH supportive.
glensider
 

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