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Villa Out Of FA Youth Cup

Bad night all round, as Villa's U18's also lost 4-0 to Peterborough tonight in the third round of the FA Youth Cup.

Peterborough:

Lynch, Sage, Burgess, Hendry, Richens, Wood, Coulson, Brown (Butt), Lawlor, Anderson (Carthey), Gordon (Wright).

Unused:

O'Reilly, Sparrow.

Goals - Gordon, Brown, Wright, Coulson.

Villa:

Hill, Lyden, Kinsella, Melvin, Bateman, Webb, Graham, Ward, Robinson, Grealish, Calder.

Subs:

Lewis, Watkins, Crooks, Crowcot, Strain.

More details to be added as they released.

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The Journalist

Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 8 2013

Time: 10:01PM

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Thought it was the 1st team!
Stourbridge Villan
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08/01/2013 22:26:00

Really a bad night 4 u guys,it cant get any worse
Ken4CFC
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08/01/2013 22:43:00

Bright future!
Bristol Villan
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09/01/2013 03:14:00

Not having anyone diss the kids. I follow the lower levels for the site, and this U18 squad is newly promoted for the most part looking at the names. Let them find their feet first. If I'm remember names right, Hill has had a reserve run because Benji was injured but he's not in double figures yet. Grealish and Graham are the most experienced, assuming that was Jordan Graham because I still haven't found full details. With Kinsella, Melvin, Bateman, Webb either subs or slowly making their starting positions. The other lads are new names on me, and I look forward to them learning from this.
mike_field
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09/01/2013 03:25:00

Yeah, not all bad looking at the squad. Quite afew new names in there, so they must be the new intake etc Hopefully they will learn from this - hopefully they will as they'll be in the first team before the end of the season......
Pride of Lions
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09/01/2013 04:05:00

 

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