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Upton Park

10/09/2006

Attendance: 34576

Referee:

West HamAston Villa
Zamora (52)Ridgewell (4)
Roy Carrol     Thomas Sorensen    
Tyrone Mears     Olof Mellberg    
Anton Ferdinand     Martin Laursen    
Daniel Gabbidon     Liam Ridgewell    
Paul Konchesky     Stiliyan Petrov    
Lee Bowyer     72 Steven Davis    
Hayden Mullins     Gavin McCann    
Nigel Reo-Coker     Gareth Barry    
Yossi Benayoun     Gabriel Agbonlahor    
Marlon Harewood     61 Juan Pablo Angel     81
Bobby Zamora     83 Luke Moore    
Substitutes
Javier Mascherano     Stuart Taylor    
Carlos Tevez     61 Peter Whittingham    
Robert Green     Patrik Berger    
Matthew Etherington     72 Craig Gardner    
Carlton Cole     83 Milan Baros     81
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
10
1
On Target
6
3
Corners
5
2
Offside
4
15
Fouls
9
2
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Sunday September 10 2006
Time: 6:20PM

Comments

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Any chance of any player ratings from someone who got to see the match, I'm feeling a bit isolated here in Norway.
Villain Of The North
10/09/2006 19:54:00
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Once Mr Fear returns from London I'm sure he'll write a match report. Just asked me to stick the game stats up!
murph
10/09/2006 19:58:00
0
Thanx murph
Villain Of The North
10/09/2006 19:59:00
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Petrov was class, creative midfielder, with boundless energy. So skillfill. We need a natural finisher (striker) and winger in January.
tarzan
10/09/2006 20:20:00
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petrov absolute quality,villa's best buy in years,unbelievable debut and now villa do have a world class midfielder in the making judging on that debut.tho should have been 3 points as villa outclassed west ham 4 most of the match without getting a deserved 2nd goal which they more than merited overall.
Belfast Villain
10/09/2006 20:32:00
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Can't believe Angel missed that header! A Dion Dubling that was 10 years younger would fit in nicely.
tarzan
10/09/2006 20:42:00
0
im a mkdons fan and i went to the game and it was terrible the football was crap for two top teams and your fans didnt sing at all apart from when you scored moore was the best player on the park in my view and will get better as time goes on but both teams need to do alot better than that ive seen better football at league two level
the rodge
10/09/2006 22:35:00
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apart from mears what a clearance of the line i was right in front of it
the rodge
10/09/2006 22:37:00
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An mkdons fan eh Rodge? That pretty much says it all ... :o)
BobTheBuilder
10/09/2006 23:52:00
0
MKDONS - A change of name can never disguise that the fact that the wombles could never play football - stick to tennis mate
myleftfoot
11/09/2006 00:04:00
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