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Manchester City Reserves 2 - Aston Villa Reserves 0

Reserves Premier South

Ewen Fields

31/8/10 - 7pm

Attendance: 1200

Referee: Mr Smith

Manchester City Reserves
2 - 0
Aston Villa Reserves
Nimley (29), Ibrahim (77)
 
 
Venue: Ewen Fields
 
Attendance: 1200
The Teams
Gonzalez
 
 
 
Parish
 
 
Logan
 
 
 
Lichaj
 
 
16
Chantler
 
 
 
Clark
 
 
Ibrahim
 
 
 
Baker
 
 
Vidal
 
 
 
Berry
 
 
Mee
 
 
 
Lowry
 
 
Etuhu
 
 
 
Carruthers
 
 
Kay
 
 
 
Hogg
 
 
Nimely
 
 
30
 
Johnson
 
 
Poole
 
 
 
Burke
 
 
67
McDermott
 
 
61
 
Collins Jnr
 
 
Substitutes
Elabdellaoui
 
 
61
 
Cameron
 
 
16/83
Karius
 
 
 
Siegrist
 
 
Veseli
 
 
 
Devine
 
 
Wabara
 
 
 
Taylor
 
 
67
Benali
 
 
30
 
Williams
 
 
83
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Game Statistics
Comments...
No news on Lichaj's injury yet, but he did have the ball in the back of the net on 14 mins if that cheers anybody up.

Was always going to be a hard match today with the next generation stepping up to reserve level and we're obviously missing the regular names like Bannan, and Delfouneso who would've no doubt played had it not been for International commitments so no great reason to worry, I'm sure by the end of the season the second string will have done us proud again.

Will update with more accurate times and additional subs when confirmation is in.

Edit - updated




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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 31 2010

Time: 8:53PM

Your Comments

plus Big Kev not being there, hopefully they can bounce back,
Blitz
Hopefully Big Kev will be there for the next reserve game...back where he belongs & i mean that with the greatest of respect!
Reo-Coker is crap
Good to see two of our 'under 21's' scoring.
Thaibluefan
Oh my god! I actually agree with RCIC for once; I'm not sure how I feel about that
SchoolBoyError
Hyde United Glen.
mike_field
Actually Mike, we've got the Athletics arena right next to CoMS - holds more people than Ewan Fields, but our club chose to give something back to the community it originally came from. From Wiki: "The Manchester Regional Arena is a multipurpose stadium in Manchester, England primarily used for athletics and association football. It was originally developed as the warm-up track for the 2002 Commonwealth Games held at the adjacent City of Manchester Stadium. It has hosted the AAA Championships and Paralympic World Cup, and was the reserve home ground of the Manchester City reserve team prior to moving to Ewen Fields in June 2010. It is the current home of the Manchester City ladies' side. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manchester_Regional_Arena
fifthcolumnblue
Wiki the bastion of all truth.....5thcolumn chill out I was taking the mickey!
mike_field
No worries mate, I did spot the LOL at the end of the comment, but we City fans are having to work overtime to counteract all the negative propaganda that's sprung up recently! Tell you what, I much preferred the athletics arena, not only closer to home, but a nicer stadium as well! Better pubs in Hyde though, but I'll have to drive down their if I want to watch the reserves, so won't be able to make full use of them :(
fifthcolumnblue
Fair's fair, I don't like (like I didn't with Chelsea) the way the money is being thrown around and the wider damage that will be done to the game - but to be fair that started with the Sky millions and player wages, but credit where it's due - that is a nice touch from your club and it's a shame more won't do the same really. Sounds like it's a bit tough on the fans given the distance, probably be better for you if it alternated games between Ewen and the Athletic, maybe kick the U18's down to Hyde to make up for it. Best of both worlds then.
mike_field
 

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