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Bolton 0 - Aston Villa 1

Premiership

Reebok Stadium

3/4/10 - 3pm

Attendance: 21,111

Referee: Jones

Bolton
0 - 1
Aston Villa
 
A. Young (11)
 
Venue: Reebok Stadium
 
Attendance: 21,111
The Teams
Jaaskelainen
 
 
 
Friedel
 
 
Robinson
 
 
 
Cuellar
 
 
Cahill
 
 
 
Dunne
 
 
Knight
 
 
 
Collins
 
 
Ricketts
 
 
 
Warnock
 
 
Muamba
 
 
 
Downing
 
 
Cohen
 
 
66
 
Petrov
 
 
Lee
 
 
78
 
Delph
 
 
75
Wilshere
 
 
 
A.Young
 
 
Elmander
 
 
57
 
Carew
 
 
70
Davies
 
 
 
Agbonlahor
 
 
Substitutes
Al Habsi
 
 
 
Guzan
 
 
Samuel
 
 
 
L.Young
 
 
Steinsson
 
 
 
Beye
 
 
O'Brien
 
 
 
Sidwell
 
 
75
Taylor
 
 
78
 
Milner
 
 
Weiss
 
 
66
 
Delfouneso
 
 
Klasnic
 
 
57
 
Heskey
 
 
70
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
13
10
On Target
9
6
Corners
8
13
Fouls
14
2
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
46
%
54
Comments...
A good and much needed win after the last few weeks.






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Date:Saturday April 3 2010

Time: 5:27PM

Your Comments

will look forward to Glensiders match report. Quite sure he'll be delighted with the points, that is all that mattered today I think. Ash's goal was a stunner also!
The Fear
We needed that badly - and Spurs lost at Sunderland! Just need Burnley to beat Man City and its a good day at the office.
xfranc
4 - 0
benji_starsky_avfc
burnley are just lulling them into a false sense of security though warrington!
The Fear
good win today not a great performance should of really put bolton to the sword after going infront, delph looked bright and quality on the ball you can see petrov's ability rubbing off on the lad but were gonna have to play alot better to get anything from our trip to wembely. carew not great today heskey even worse i can definitely see us bidding for bent this summer abit more quality is still needed.
clarkamus
man city 5-0 up
FootyFans
Man City 5, come on City get 8 please
BKKVILLA
3 points and a clean sheet. Perfect. Winning narrowly probably a blessing - we cannot afford the tiniest sliver of complacency ahead of next week.
JimmyG
what was that hand-bags at ten paces stuff after the final whistle?
merlin
One point more than after 32 games last season, now thats progress. 6 PL games left and six wins to come!!
RiF
Wooooo. Yeah, back on track!
koolbill
3 points is what we needed.....could have been 3-0....gabby should be burying those one on ones, he's missed a couple this season..
leftfoot
The race ain't over til it's over, although those stats suggest a more even game than The Villa would have liked against a team like Notlob. Still, have to laugh at the implosion of confidence over on Vital Spurs! HA HA!
fifthcolumnblue
Phew, thats all i can say. Don't think the stats tell the full story, we did boss the majority of that game, and their shots were mostly limited to long-range efforts. Roll on next week... Milner nicely rested too thankfully!
thorpyuk
The doom and gloom brigade are noticeable by their absence after a victory again. Great atmosphere yesterday from our boys, sang MONs name for 2 hours in the pub, then for 90 mins at the game. His reaction at the end of the game told me he wasnt even thinking of leaving.
pauled177
you are the main doom and gloom one pauled, you come on and slate other fans after good results. Baffles me. Just celeberate like most of us and sod those you think too negative. So much to be opti and positive about, so post about that instead of fellow fans!
The Fear
Haha brilliant fear well done, single me out for pointing out the fact this site increases after a bad result. Im far from doom and gloom, i was there yesterday giving the manager and players my full support as always
pauled177
It's a cliche I know, but there is nothing easy in the prem, intox, and a glance at the weekend results will prove that. Pool held at the Blouse, Spuds beaten in Sunderland, Everton held by Wet Spam, Arsenal lucky to beat Wolves 1-0. This weekend went our way, apart from Citeh thumping (crash and) Burnley. Enjoy it.
Madirish
 

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