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Everton
3 - 1
Aston Villa

FA Cup

Goodison Park

15/2/09 - 2.30pm

Attendance:

Referee: P. Dowd

EvertonAston Villa
Rodwell (3), Arteta (pen 23), Cahill (75)Milner (pen 7)
Howard     Friedel    
Hibbert     Gardner    
Jagielka     Knight    
Lescott     Davies    
Baines     L. Young    
Gosling     Milner    
Neville     Sidwell     82
Arteta     90 Petrov    
Rodwell     A. Young    
Cahill     Agbonlahor    
Anichebe     87 Carew    
Substitutes
Baxter     Harewood    
Castillo     90 Shorey    
Yobo     87 Salifou    
Van der Meyde     Guzan    
Jacobsen     Lowry    
Wallace     Albrighton    
Nash     Delfouneso     82
Game Statistics
13
Goal Attempts
9
4
On Target
4
6
Corners
8
8
Fouls
18
3
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
51
%
49
Comments...
Pathetic and there are no excuses.
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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Sunday February 15 2009
Time: 4:39PM

Comments

0
How about posting a stat that shows just how big a liability Sidwell is to Aston Villa. He should be invited to warm the bench for the reserves. He did bugger all today (except wipe out Anichebe) and should be rewarded for it.
gwyllum18
15/02/2009 16:43:00
0
Ouch....hurts a bit, dunnit? This is what separates us from the likes of Manure - we create chances, but we don't finish them. Sidwell was poor, I agree.
claretandbluestu
15/02/2009 16:49:00
0
Can i just say, SIDWELL = Shocking, CAREW = Shocking, PETROV = Awesome. The expectation bubble bursts yet again. A very poor display from the lads, and dont jump on my back and give me that "we're 3rd and still in the uefa cup" bollox. It might be a sign of things to come. I prey its not. We needed to strenghen last month. We had a golden opportunity today to push on for a desperatley needed bit of silverware and yet again we blew it. Evertons second team FFS
medzy
15/02/2009 16:53:00
0
Gutted i though the ref was terrible every time a villa player put a challenge in he gave a free kick, Sidwell has been off the boil lately think Gardener should be given a chance in centre midfield and Shorey could have played left back and young right back.
chris the villan
15/02/2009 16:55:00
0
I think if you check the foul count you can see the ref was a homer.
chris the villan
15/02/2009 16:57:00
0
In all honesty i was happy going out of the E-on cup, I know im going to get shat on by some oldies emploring the sacred 'magic' of the most famous cup in the world (tm), but with a small squad, young team, in the UEFA cup and having a once in a decade opportunity of finishing in a champions league place, If you have to prioritsise and at the same time use this match as a rocket up the @rse of some of the players in time for the Chelski game next week, I think losing today werent too bad!
samjdavies1
15/02/2009 17:07:00
0
What bothers me most is Sidwell doesn't look like he cares much - a stupid and unnecessary challenge in the box and he seemed to simply shrug his shoulders as if it was a meaningless tackle with no consequences. Dim.
JimmyG
15/02/2009 17:07:00
0
Agree with Chris-Gardner would have stopped Everton in the middle. Sidwell, Ginger Ninja, indeed. I couldn't spot him all game except for the penalty.
gwyllum18
15/02/2009 17:08:00
0
All I can say is thank McGrath that Barry didn't go in the summer.
IanSymes
15/02/2009 17:10:00
0
horrible afternoon, just a bad day at the office.
The Fear
15/02/2009 17:12:00
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