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Villa Reserves 2-0 West Ham Reserves

Luke Moore scored his 5th goal in 5 reserve outings, with Aaron Hughes getting a rare goal as Villa comfortably saw off a West Ham team including Luis Boa Morte and Kepa Blanco.

Villa, who also had a goal ruled out for offside from...well, go on have a guess, were largely the better side, with Stuart Taylor rarely troubled in the Villa goal.



(Apologies for the original mistype in the score!)




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Date:Wednesday March 7 2007

Time: 7:09AM

Your Comments

1 - 0 and both Moore and Hughes scored???
Stevew
Steve it was 2-0. Hope this clears it up for you.
morky13villa
feck, sorry guys, schoolboy error. I knew I'd make one eventually. Will sort it out now.
murph
It's ok murph...nobody noticed :-)
jonah
Oh good. Fear said before he went on holiday that if I made any mistake he'd send the boys round :-(
murph
i presume he means JPA for the disallowed goal?
bobbyfett
luke has got to get a call up
leelindsay
jpa played really well
Jonny_B
Well done young Murph, a full report will be sent to the boss :-p
col8
Luke's got to make the bench against the Ar$e at the very least, he definately a fresh attacking option!
bazzah
I think it would be unthinkable to not have Luke on the bench at the very least for the next game against Arsenal. He was in fire for the first team before injury and it sounds like he's come back in exactly the same sort of form. Moore and Carew up front anyone?
Adam Deuce
Its an option, but I'm far from convinced that Luke is a long term answer. He still has a lot to prove.
glensider
Bet Boa Morte regrets ever leaving Craven Cottage. Mind you, give it just a few more games, and Lucas Neill and Matthew Upson will be thinking that they wished they'd stayed put too.
glensider
 

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