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Villa Youth Beat Ipswich 5-0

Villa Youth Beat Ipswich 5-0

Aston Villa's youngsters beat Ipswich 5-0 last night in the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup.

Nathan Delfouneso scored a hat-trick, with Barry Bannan and James Collins scoring the other goals.

Villa Team: Parish (Dau 87); Simmonds, Baker, Roome, Clark, Forrester (Weimann 65), Albrighton (Bradley 78), Hofbauer, Bannan; Delfouneso, Collins. Subs: Clancy, Dau, Weimann, Bradley, Ricketts.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday January 31 2008
Time: 9:32AM

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I think that it was closer than the result suggests, especially in the first half. Carlisle Utd away in the last eight.
pongo wearing
31/01/2008 09:48:00
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Another good result and only 3 losses all season for Tony McAndrews lads. He has consistently produced good attacking teams and along with Sid deserves more recognition in my opinion. A respectable 1270 turned up to VP to cheer them on after moving the game from Bodymoor.
Hoss The Villain
31/01/2008 11:19:00
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Entertaining game, and even at half-time, despite a 2-0 lead, the game looked far from over. Ipswich were certainly no pushovers, but the result was sweet revenge for the 3-1 defeat we suffered in the same competition at Portman Road a couple of seasons or so back. Good Villa performance, decent crowd. Overall, a good night.
glensider
01/02/2008 18:48:00
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Little Barry Bannan. Only a little un, but what a scrapper. Good footballing brain too.
glensider
02/02/2008 21:57:00
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