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U21's - Cracking Comeback At Stoke

U21's - Cracking Comeback At Stoke

A disappointing first half saw Villa trailing 1-0 to Stoke at the Weaver Stadium, before a brilliant second half comeback saw us take the match 3-2 thanks to a brace from Mickey Drennan.

A match report is available from the official site by Clicking Here.

Stoke:

Nash, Glasgow, Clarkson, Arismendi, Heneghan, Keane, Richardson, Dawson, Alabi, Rossi, Musungu.

Subs:

Eve, Parry, Nardiello, Lecygne.

Goals - Alabi (7), Henegan (90).

Villa:

Siegrist, Donacien (Bateman 83), Watkins-Clark, Devine, Cameron, Graham, Carruthers, Westwood, Stieber, Bowery, Drennan.

Subs:

Barton, Hill, Melvin, Ward.

Goals - Drennan (52, 55), Stieber (90).

Yellows - Carruthers

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Monday October 29 2012
Time: 11:43PM

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Good result - need something to cheer us up!
Pride of Lions
30/10/2012 00:16:00
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Bring em all in, can't be any worse. Carruthers looks a player.
onlyteaminthemids
30/10/2012 01:44:00
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We have for many years produced very good youngsters why don't they progress ? When are we going to see our next superstar come through ... Little , Shaw from a bygone era. Would like to see Carruthers , Graham , Drennan start to be on the bench, hopefully Gary Gardner fit and well again also making his mark.
Eddy1
30/10/2012 01:53:00
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