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Reserves Back At Villa Park Tonight

A reminder for anyone going to the reserves tonight that the game v Reading will be at Villa Park.

Kick off 7pm.

Wayne Routledge is expected to feature along with first teamer Zat Knight, Patrik Berger who is once again making a comeback from injury and the elusive Moustapha Salifou who gets rave reviews when he plays for the reserves.

According to the official site the team will be:

VILLA: Taylor, Lund, O'Halloran, Osbourne, Knight, Baker, Salifou, Routledge, Delfouneso, Bannan, Berger. Subs: (from) D.Bellon, Bevan, Albrighton, Earls, Collins, Lichaj.




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 25 2008

Time: 1:15PM

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When is Wayne gonna get in the full squad? Does anyone know how good his fitness is yet? MON was saying the lad is coming on in training and he's doing very, very well. I just hope we see him in the prem campaign. Maloney is doing well, so maybe no need to change yet, but I cant help thinking wayne on the right and ash on the left is just MENACING!!! What do you all think??
notaspur
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25/02/2008 19:43:00

agreed, i look forward to seeing that with barry and coker in the middle.
Stig
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26/02/2008 12:54:00

Important top of the table clash too, 1st vs 2nd, should be a very interesting match-up. Victory for the Good Guys could well see us pretty close to being crowned Champions, unless a nightmare collapse is just around the corner.
glensider
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26/02/2008 23:45:00

Good entertaining game I understand. Plenty of goalmouth incident, could have gone either way. Leaves us still in the driving seat, with reading in hot pursuit.
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27/02/2008 20:41:00

 

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