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Wigan
3 - 2
Aston Villa

JJB Stadium

18/04/2006

Attendance: 17,330

Referee:

WiganAston Villa
Bullard (25 ) Camara (56 and 60)Angel (53), Ridgewell (67)
John Filan     Thomas Sorensen    
Pascal Chimbonda     Aaron Hughes     66
Stephane Henchoz     Gary Cahill    
Paul Scharner     Liam Ridgewell    
Leighton Baines     Jlloyd Samuel    
Gary Teale     James Milner    
Damien Francis     79 Gavin McCann    
Jimmy Bullard     Craig Gardner     46
Reto Ziegler     81 Gareth Barry    
Henri Camara     Juan Pablo Angel    
Jason Roberts     Milan Baros    
Substitutes
Ryan Taylor     Ulises De la Cruz     66
Graham Kavanagh     79 Wilfred Bouma    
Andreas Johansson     Kevin Phillips    
Michael Pollitt     Gabriel Agbonlahor     46
Lee McCulloch     81 Stuart Taylor    
Game Statistics
18
Goal Attempts
9
11
On Target
4
8
Corners
7
2
Yellow Cards
2
55
%
45
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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday April 18 2006
Time: 9:40PM

Comments

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Back to earth with a bump, hey guys and gals
still skeggy
18/04/2006 21:48:00
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Back to earth with a bump, hey guys and gals
still skeggy
18/04/2006 21:48:00
0
I cant believe little Wigan did the double over us. How embarrassing! DOL is certainly going for that worst ever premiership points finish isnt he?
deanovilla
18/04/2006 21:50:00
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I cant believe little Wigan did the double over us. How embarrassing! DOL is certainly going for that worst ever premiership points finish isnt he?
deanovilla
18/04/2006 21:50:00
0
< sarcasm mode on> What are you on about, we are in a thrilling competition for 14th place. It is just Soooooo exciting. Sounds like we played ok but at the end of the day, we have again failed to win a back to back game, ffs, we should be able to go on a run of 2 wins surely?! Got our bogee team coming on Saturday then we play Liverpool. Easy.
The Fear
18/04/2006 21:55:00
0
< sarcasm mode on> What are you on about, we are in a thrilling competition for 14th place. It is just Soooooo exciting. Sounds like we played ok but at the end of the day, we have again failed to win a back to back game, ffs, we should be able to go on a run of 2 wins surely?! Got our bogee team coming on Saturday then we play Liverpool. Easy.
The Fear
18/04/2006 21:55:00
0
DOH, I meant on Tuesday, the game has been moved. Mind you, might go and claim my seat for saturday instead, fancy seeing a decent team. Who's playing again!? ;-)
The Fear
18/04/2006 21:58:00
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DOH, I meant on Tuesday, the game has been moved. Mind you, might go and claim my seat for saturday instead, fancy seeing a decent team. Who's playing again!? ;-)
The Fear
18/04/2006 21:58:00
0
All the old defensive faults were in evidence again. A game we could have/should have won. First half pretty much a non event for both teams apart from the Bullard goal, but second half I thought we gave as good as we got. Point(s) *****ed away though.
glensider
19/04/2006 05:26:00
0
All the old defensive faults were in evidence again. A game we could have/should have won. First half pretty much a non event for both teams apart from the Bullard goal, but second half I thought we gave as good as we got. Point(s) *****ed away though.
glensider
19/04/2006 05:26:00
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