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Fulham 0 - Aston Villa 3

Reserves Premier South

Motspur Park?

29/9/09 - 7pm

Attendance:

Referee:

Fulham
0 - 3
Aston Villa
 
Bannan (pen 43), Weimann (50, 90)
 
Venue: Motspur Park?
 
Attendance:
The Teams
Zuberbuhler
 
 
 
Marshall
 
 
Marsh-Brown
 
 
 
Lichaj
 
 
90
Anderson
 
 
 
Roome
 
 
Sanchez
 
 
 
Hofbauer
 
 
Watts
 
 
 
Clark
 
 
Dikfacoi
 
 
 
Baker
 
 
Seol
 
 
 
Albrighton
 
 
Moscatiello
 
 
 
Weimann
 
 
90
Uwezu
 
 
 
Osbourne
 
 
Johnson
 
 
65
 
Delfouneso
 
 
52
Smith
 
 
 
Bannan
 
 
Substitutes
Hoesen
 
 
65
 
Collins
 
 
52
 
 
 
Bevan
 
 
 
 
 
Roberts
 
 
 
 
 
McGurk
 
 
90
 
 
 
Forrester
 
 
90
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Game Statistics
Comments...
Another storming performance from the second string. Four wins out of four matches and well on our way to a third consecutive reserve league title.

Fulham hardly troubled Marshall in goal and with a bit more luck the scoreline could've easily been in the region of 5-0.

I'll update with more stats if I can find them, and don't take the timings as gospel, I'm not 100% sure on when the second half kicked off lol

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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 29 2009

Time: 8:59PM

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Another very impressive performance/result from our youngsters, who look well on their way to repeating the extremely encouraging and successful season that they enjoyed last time around. Good to see Andreas Weimann on the scoresheet again, this time notching a couple, and like several of our up and coming youngsters, he looks to have a very promising future ahead of him. Apart from the experienced Marshall in goal, it was once again a very youthful line-up, and that has to be good for business, and while I certainly have nothing against Marshall, in fact he looked a very capable keeper when I saw him in action the other week, no doubt young Parish, currently in action for the England lads (under 20's), will also get to sample some reserve team action upon his return. All bodes well for the future. We took the lead just before the break from a Barry Bannan spot-kick, after Nathan Delfouesno was fouled in the box, and then Weimann's second half double secured the victory. Sounds like our reserve team, who having won the Barclays Premier Reserve League South for the past two seasons, will once again be the team to beat. Great stuff lads. Well played.
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Another very impressive performance/result from our youngsters, who look well on their way to repeating the extremely encouraging and successful season that they enjoyed last time around. Good to see Andreas Weimann on the scoresheet again, this time notching a couple, and like several of our up and coming youngsters, he looks to have a very promising future ahead of him. Apart from the experienced Marshall in goal, it was once again a very youthful line-up, and that has to be good for business, and while I certainly have nothing against Marshall, in fact he looked a very capable keeper when I saw him in action the other week, no doubt young Parish, currently in action for the England lads (under 20's), will also get to sample some reserve team action upon his return. All bodes well for the future. We took the lead just before the break from a Barry Bannan spot-kick, after Nathan Delfouesno was fouled in the box, and then Weimann's second half double secured the victory. Sounds like our reserve team, who having won the Barclays Premier Reserve League South for the past two seasons, will once again be the team to beat. Great stuff lads. Well played.
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30/09/2009 08:43:00

What a great bunch this lot are, almost unstoppable it seems?!
The Fear
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30/09/2009 10:09:00

What a great bunch this lot are, almost unstoppable it seems?!
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