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Aston Villa Reserves
2 - 0
Stoke City Reserves

Reserves Premier South

Villa Park

15/4/10 - 7pm

Attendance:

Referee:

Aston Villa ReservesStoke City Reserves
Hofbauer (8, 73),
Marshall     Parton    
Roome     Hedley    
Clark     Wint    
O'Halloran     Connor    
Bouma     Cohen    
Hogg     McDonald    
Bradley     Mitchell    
Reo-Coker     72 Lund    
Hofbauer     80 Moult    
Forrester     57 Nicholls    
Harewood     Unwin    
Substitutes
Albrighton     72 Jackson    
Bevan     Quy    
Weimann     57 Alexander    
Collins     80 Forster    
       
       
       
Game Statistics
Comments...
As ever folks don't quote me on the times, but it's pretty damn close.

Another storming performance from our second string. The first half could've easily seen us 2-0 up but sadly The Hare's goal on 31 was disallowed for offside but it was our half completely and there was never going to be any doubts about us taking 3 points again.

The second half saw equal domination and within a minute or so of Hofbauer's second, Bradley also had the ball in the back of the net but that was disallowed for a foul.

A more than competent performance again, we are the league champions and we are still unbeaten this season.

Can't ask for more than that can you...well apart from good run outs from Hare, Hokey, Hally and BOOMA.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Thursday April 15 2010
Time: 8:52PM

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Marlon Harewood to start at Fratton Park. Do I jest? No, I most certainly do not. He might not be 100% match fit, but I'd be tempted to give him a run out. We're totally impotent up front, at least you can safely say that he'll put himself about, might even be a threat in front of goal. Its a long trip down to Fratton Park, I dont want to be driving back to Brum, deflated and disappointed again. Well done the reserves. They've done the club proud again this season.
glensider
15/04/2010 21:29:00
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sounds like a plan stan.. uhh i mean glen
revival4us
16/04/2010 00:28:00
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No wayy id play harewood, pompey are not that much of a pushover, proven both against spurs and wigan. Id give delfouneso, delph and albrighton a start maybe and rest milner, young and gabby and if we struggly bring 2 of them on at half time or something.
p.villa
16/04/2010 00:41:00
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If I can call you Betty, then Betty when you call me, you can call me Stan revival4us. What's a name between friends?
glensider
16/04/2010 00:48:00
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I agree with P.villa (good song though glensider). and maybe even Hokey Kokey to rest petrov. Please shake it up MON(can you hear me?). Its do or die!!
dannyvellow
16/04/2010 04:56:00
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My team to face Portsmouth, Guzan, Beye, Culler, Dunne, Young, A. Young, Petrov, Milner, Delph, Downing and Gaby. 433 or give ash a free role, he played that role when we beat the ***** 5-1. Give Warnock a rest maybe even Dunne, seems to me the top teams play this formation. What we need in the summer in my opinion is 3 players, a top centre forward, a creative midfield player and a top defensive midfielder. I would look at Joe Cole for midfield, difficult to get but not impossible, Centre 4ward havent got a clue need to look abroad and we need a nasty piece of work breaking up play. Out should be Shorey, Harewood, Heskey, Osborne. We still need the likes of Sidwell and reo Coker especially if we get into Europe. Now im a big Mon fan but think he is a bit stubborn on subs and rotation.
astonsteve
16/04/2010 07:47:00
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Interesting steve, i would go with Frediel,Young,Cuellar,Dunne,Warnock,Petrov,Delph,Albrighton,Young, Downing, Delfouneso. Play Young in that free role as you suggested as he is great there and put milner and gabby on for 30 mins aswell.
p.villa
16/04/2010 11:28:00
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There you go juddy. See, I aint quite as daft as I look.
glensider
16/04/2010 17:36:00
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