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Chelsea 2 - Aston Villa 1

Youth FA Cup Final 2nd leg

Stamford Bridge

4/5/10 - 7.45pm

Attendance: 12,500

Referee: Friend

Chelsea
2 - 1
Aston Villa
Mitrovic (64), C. Clifford (84)
 
Poyser (29)
 
Venue: Stamford Bridge
 
Attendance: 12,500
The Teams
Walker
 
 
 
Siegrist
 
 
B. Clifford
 
 
 
Berry
 
 
Ince
 
 
 
Deeney
 
 
Bruma
 
 
 
Devine
 
 
Conteh
 
 
 
Williams
 
 
71
C. Clifford
 
 
 
Blythe
 
 
88
Sala
 
 
 
Carruthers
 
 
Djalo
 
 
97
 
Nelson-Addy
 
 
Mitrovic
 
 
 
Poyser
 
 
McEachren
 
 
 
Simmonds
 
 
Tore
 
 
88
 
Roberts
 
 
Substitutes
Lalkovic
 
 
88
 
Johnson
 
 
Haxhia
 
 
 
Barrett
 
 
Saville
 
 
97
 
Halfhuid
 
 
88
Sampayo
 
 
 
Darkin
 
 
71
Rodgers
 
 
 
Dyer
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Game Statistics
Comments...
Well a mighty fine two legged affair. Chelsea overall were worthy winners and the better team did win, but boy did we make them work for it. Fantastically committed performance over both games from the Villa lads. They may not have been as technically gifted as the opposition but they more than levelled the playing field with their effort and determination.

Just a shame we couldn't nick that elusive second goal tonight because you did seriously wonder if Chelsea stood a chance of scoring given their possession and chances that were either comfortably saved or went wide.

A thoroughly enjoyable game though and this will have done the lads no harm whatsoever, there is some good talent amongst our ranks and I wouldn't be surprised to see at least 6 of them become regular names in the reserves in the coming years.




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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 4 2010

Time: 9:58PM

Your Comments

Looking forward to seeing some of the youngsters in future years playing for the Villa .
Doug4ever
Good game fellas. Villa played with superb determination and work rate- Took your chance perfectly well too, unlike the Chelsea team that created bucket loads but couldn't find the finish that was required. Great game, thoroughly enjoyed it. Hopefully, a few of the lads from either team will make it through to the big stage.
JT_daniel
 

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