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Reserves For Spurs

Bouma, Shorey and Delboy are in reserve action tonight as Kevin MacDonald's men look to clinch the title with a win over Spurs.

The second string have been in fine form again this season, and 3 points against Tottenham tonight woudl see them take the FA Premier Reserve League South title for a second time in a row.

Kick off is at 7pm and the full squad is:

Parish, Lichaj, Bouma, Hogg, Roome, Baker, Weimann, Shorey, Collins, Delfouneso, Hofbauer.

Subs: Forrester, Bevan, Grocott, Blythe, Stieber.




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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 30 2009

Time: 3:24PM

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We really need Bouma back. I wonder if he could make the Manure match? Fingers crossed he will have been through 3 full matches after tongiht. If not Manure surely the Everton match
AVFC_WSM
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30/03/2009 19:13:00

strange how we've good 2 good left backs in the reserves......yet none in the first team!!
johnmurphy3112
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30/03/2009 20:05:00

Dont worry boys, there is always next week ;-)
oxfordspur
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30/03/2009 22:50:00

Villa reserves lost only their second game this season having taken the lead - they ended up losing 2-1
The Fear
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31/03/2009 11:37:00

Good to see Freddie Bouma lasting eighty plus minutes. Has to bode well for a completely successful comeback, from what was an horrendous injury. We need him back, that goes without saying, not least because MON doesn't seem to rate Shorey, while our other left full back O'Halloran simply isn't up to the task of premiership football, even when 100% fit himself.
glensider
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31/03/2009 22:08:00

At least our lads can now clinch the title on home soil. I believe we play Fulham next, and hopefully a few extra punters will make the effort to get along and cheer the lads on. Its been a fine season for them, many plus points, and some very decent football played.
glensider
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31/03/2009 22:11:00

 

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