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FH Hafnarfjordur

Villa Park

28/8/08 - 7.59pm

Attendance: 25415

Referee:

Aston VillaFH Hafnarfjordur
Gardner (27)Bjornsson (30)
Friedel     Oskarsson    
Reo-Coker     Asgeirsson    
Davies     Nielsen    
Knight     Siim    
Barry     Valgardsson    
Routledge     Vihjalmsson    
Gardner     Vidarsson    
Osbourne     Sverrisson     84
Salifou     Gudmundsson    
Agbonlahor     62 Bjornsson     58
Harewood     Gudmundsson     82
Substitutes
Delfouneso
 
  62 Sverrisson    
Young     Gudnason     58
Petrov     Larusson    
Carew     Eiriksson    
Taylor     Saevarsson     82
Baker     Gardarsson     84
Laursen     Bjarnason    
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
8
4
On Target
6
11
Crosses
5
5
Corners
5
2
Offside
0
10
Fouls
7
2
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
60
%
40
Comments...
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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Thursday August 28 2008
Time: 9:54PM

Comments

0
25,000 for a nothing game, its not bad when you consider some premiership teams cant get that many in for a League Game.
col8
28/08/2008 21:57:00
0
Bit sloppy but at the end of the day, job done, enough said!
The Fear
28/08/2008 22:13:00
0
Routledge looked quality though... Thats what we been crying out for on the right!! Give him more games and he'll improve!
notaspur
29/08/2008 00:30:00
0
I was there...there was about 30 FH fans there! 10 all alone in the end of the Doug Ellis looking very lonely and a group of about 20 in the Trinity Road. Felt sorry for them. They should have brought their band with them. ***** game though really. Harewood looked crap until he did that turn and nearly scored mid way through the second half. Gabby was shocking, Barry now keeps making mistakes. Reo Coker never gave the ball away for once. Gardner showed why I think he's going to be the next Barry. Satisfactory but I was expecting at least 5 goals...
industrial_musical
29/08/2008 07:55:00
0
I quite enjoyed watching this one, although the result was dodgy it was really nice to see some of the fringe players get their chance.
andrew144
29/08/2008 10:24:00
0
Routledge had no end product and a bit of a show pony.
tarzan
29/08/2008 12:04:00
0
Routledge was probably the pick of the bunch, BUT once again, as I've said repeatedly before, there's no end product from him. He has all the ability and trickery needed to succeed at the premiership level, but its that final ball all the time that lets him down.
glensider
29/08/2008 19:50:00
0
It was a fairly decent crowd Col8, more than I thought we'd actually get. The hard work was done over there, and I think that last nights result proves what an impressive display we put on in Iceland. Well done lads.
glensider
29/08/2008 19:52:00
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