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Bodymoor Heath

12/4/10 - 3pm

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Referee:

Aston Villa ReservesFulham Reserves
Bannan (30), Clark (31)Uwezu (13)
Marshall     Etheridge    
Roome     Smith    
Davies     Briggs    
Clark     Pantsil    
O'Halloran     Toure    
Albrighton     Temourian     77
Hogg     Marsh Brown    
Bannan     Payne     53
Hofbauer     Uwezu    
Collins     Butchtmann    
Weimann     84 Milsom    
Substitutes
Forrester     84 Bettinelli    
Bevan     Pierre    
Bradley     Harris     77
Carruthers     Marquez Sanchez    
Williams     Trotta     53
       
       
Game Statistics
Comments...
So Champions again for the 3rd season running, fantastic achievement from the lads and played out in some style aswell. Especially as we still have two games left to play.

Given the game was played behind closed doors at Bodymoor Heath given the fixtural problems both clubs ran into, their will be match highlights on the official site later today and the whole game will be streamed on AVTV aswell later tonight I believe.
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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Monday April 12 2010
Time: 5:02PM

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A nice little pick me up after the disappointment of Saturday. Congratulations to all involved with the second teams success this season. Its been full deserved, and they've played some decent football along the way. Several of the younger lads have done their growing reputations no harm at all, and are hopefully now better prepared to take their careers onto the next level. Barry Bannan on the scoresheet, but what's his status right now? Anybody know? I thought that he was back out on loan at Bloomfield Road, Blackpool, but that is clearly not the case. I think that it was only last weekend though that I saw his name indicating that he was on the bench for The Tangerines, so I would have expected him to remain there until seasons end.
glensider
12/04/2010 17:25:00
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Glen Bannan came back to us following an injury for treatment. I think they gave him permission to play today for the fitness element, but he will be going back to them shortly from what I know. I think it was really just to get another 90 minutes under his belt after an ankle problem.
mike_field
12/04/2010 17:38:00
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Bannan came on as sub againxt newcastle, and hopefully I will see him make an appearance on Saturday agaist Forest, and get Blackpool's play-off chances back on track.
stennyvilla
12/04/2010 18:20:00
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Yes, he seems to have done reasonably well up at Blackpool, and its been pleasing to read positive reports on his performances. I have high hopes for him at Villa Park, he's been a younster I've admired since I first saw him in action at Bodymoor Heath. Small in stature maybe, but big in both heart and talent. Very good footballing brain, a young man destined I believe for a very successful career, hopefully here at dear old Brummagem B6.
glensider
12/04/2010 19:11:00
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Fantastic Villa.
ASPINALL
12/04/2010 19:15:00
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Well deserved win for the boys, a winning mentality and the confidence that goes along with it are priceless to a player, hopefully we'll see some of them challenging the first teamers for a start.
steff_the_villan
12/04/2010 19:57:00
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The youth and reserve team set up at Villa deserves a lot of praise
ant1ant1
12/04/2010 21:33:00
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i 2nd that ant1ant1....
leftfoot
12/04/2010 23:05:00
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can we play this team on Wednesday night - the lot i saw i Saturday seemed a bit cream cracked
lost_in_ca
13/04/2010 00:32:00
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Wouldnt it be nice if, god forbid, Everton beat us and we look incredibly unlikely to get 4th (as if it is not already so) to play an XI that looks like this: Guzan - Roome, Bouma, Davies, Clarke - Albighton, Hofbauer, Bannan, Delph - Delfouneso, Weimann!! Just to see how they would get on.........we would surely be fined though!! Certainly would like to see Davies, Bouma, Clarke, Delph, Albrighton and Delfouneso START all the remaining games!!! Maybe with the England hopefuls scattered amongst them!! Maybe Guzan - L Young, Bouma, Clarke, Davies - Downing, Young, Milner, Delph - Delfounso, Agbonlahor
deano.avfc
13/04/2010 07:34:00
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