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Malaga
1 - 0
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Peace Cup

Somewhere In Spain

25/7/09 - 9.30pm

Attendance: About 200 People From The Pitctures

Referee: Some Blonde?

MalagaAston Villa
Fernando (80)
Arnau     45 Friedel    
Gaspar     57 Lichaj    
Rosario     52 Cuellar    
Welligton     Davies    
Mtiliga     Shorey    
Pedrito     76 Reo-Coker    
Ramos     50 Sidwell    
Fernando     Petrov     65
Portillo     65 Young     65
Torres     Heskey     7
Oscar     Carew     62
Substitutes
Gamez     57 Bannan     65
Munua     45 Albrighton     7
Luque
 
  65 Harewood     62
Alcata     52 Osbourne     65
Gonzalez     50    
Popo     76    
       
Game Statistics
Comments...
Lowry, Clark, Guzan, Parish, Herd fail to get on the pitch. Friedel fails to hold a simple ball, Osbourne fails to hit a ball, strikers fail to find the goal. Welcome to the new season....and for the optimists, at least Reo-Coker didn't end up at right back and speaking about right back - Lichaj looks very promising. An unfortunate misjudgment that led to the goal but he's not scared of being involved in a match. ps - why two goalkeepers on the subs bench? Bookmark and Share

Writer:Mike Field
Date:Saturday July 25 2009
Time: 11:36PM

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cus we've run out of outfield players ?
Villan57
25/07/2009 23:44:00
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cus we've run out of outfield players ?
Villan57
25/07/2009 23:44:00
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shocking, really poor performance, except for Albrighton! goodnight!
villa_de
26/07/2009 00:13:00
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shocking, really poor performance, except for Albrighton! goodnight!
villa_de
26/07/2009 00:13:00
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yeah lichaj looked good from what i saw. other than the goal...
simonbigron
26/07/2009 00:54:00
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yeah lichaj looked good from what i saw. other than the goal...
simonbigron
26/07/2009 00:54:00
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What a disappointing, uninspiring, ninety minutes of actionless, passionless football, that was from our lot. Nowhere near good enough. O.K., it was only game three of our series of pre-season warm up games, and a few of the players were making their first appearance since returning to the fold from their all too brief summer recess, but even so, that shambles of an offering was unacceptable. We barely threatened throughout, the old failings were once again clearly in evidence, and even our new signings were completely invisible!!! Clearly we are still a long, long way off being ready for the upcoming premiership campaign, and Martin O'Neill must surely be acutely aware of the huge volume of work that lays ahead of him between now and the big kick-off on August 15th.
glensider
26/07/2009 02:37:00
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What a disappointing, uninspiring, ninety minutes of actionless, passionless football, that was from our lot. Nowhere near good enough. O.K., it was only game three of our series of pre-season warm up games, and a few of the players were making their first appearance since returning to the fold from their all too brief summer recess, but even so, that shambles of an offering was unacceptable. We barely threatened throughout, the old failings were once again clearly in evidence, and even our new signings were completely invisible!!! Clearly we are still a long, long way off being ready for the upcoming premiership campaign, and Martin O'Neill must surely be acutely aware of the huge volume of work that lays ahead of him between now and the big kick-off on August 15th.
glensider
26/07/2009 02:37:00
0
Apart from Lichaj & the odd bit from Albrighton we were complete rubbish tonight. American commentator kept going on Malaga only having 13 senior players on their roster & only using 1/2 of them to start the game, the rest were kids. Very disappointing performance indeed, things can only get better right?!? Right!
Canuck_Villan
26/07/2009 06:14:00
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Apart from Lichaj & the odd bit from Albrighton we were complete rubbish tonight. American commentator kept going on Malaga only having 13 senior players on their roster & only using 1/2 of them to start the game, the rest were kids. Very disappointing performance indeed, things can only get better right?!? Right!
Canuck_Villan
26/07/2009 06:14:00
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