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Aston Villa Reserves 3 - Fulham Reserves 0 - Stats

Aston Villa Reserves
3 - 0
Fulham Reserves

Reserves Premier South

Bodymoor Heath

7/2/12

Attendance:

Referee:

Aston Villa ReservesFulham Reserves
Gardner (38), Burke (56), Carruthers (69)
Barrett     Somogyi    
Lichaj     Grimmer    
Williams     Kavanagh    
Baker     Harris    
Stevens     Burn    
Carruthers     Minkwitz    
Gardner     59 Frei    
Bannan     89 Donegan     26
Johnson     Dalla Valle    
Burke     77 Trotta    
Weimann     Williams     66
Substitutes
Nelson-Addy     Smith    
Watkins     Passley     26
Caira     89 Bettache    
Drennan     77 Banga     66
Cameron     59 Woodrow    
       
       
Game Statistics

Writer:Mike Field
Date:Tuesday February 7 2012
Time: 4:05PM

Comments

0
that'll do nicely!
the fear
07/02/2012 16:20:00
0
Very good win against a bang in-form Fulham side. That was their first defeat in 5 games.
BOF
07/02/2012 16:29:00
0
surely Gardner gets a full promotion now to the senior team..... I mean - we actually need him!
leelindsay
07/02/2012 16:38:00
0
pound to a penny our reserve team would run ring's round our first team
marshyboy87
07/02/2012 17:29:00
0
You can tell the Idiot isn't in charge of the reserves. The reserves actually WIN matches.
Pride of Lions
07/02/2012 17:40:00
0
Really enjoyed the NextGen games...Why can't we go back to Reserve games being at VP in the evening so those who want to and go and watch?
krfeskivilla
07/02/2012 21:17:00
0
Maybe some of the senior 1st team squad should spend a few weeks in the reserves and promote a few more of the reserves along with Gardner to the 1st team !!!!
Eddy1
08/02/2012 05:59:00
0
every body jumping up and down saying put 'em in the first team blah blah blah needs to remember the last few times anything similar has been done under previous management, trips to russia and manchester, both ended in disaster and both resulted in people accusing the then management of capitulating in each case. Reserve and youth football is a million miles away from first team action. The gap is so large that if I remember correctly Man Citeh don't even bother with a reserve team any more.
AVbornandbred
08/02/2012 07:58:00
0
AVB we do not promote the best quickly enough. The mass promotion for vital games I agree was madness, but Gardner should be a first pick. There is no way that the likes of Baker, Herd, Lichaj when fit also don't deserve more chances when youiconsider the form and half-hearted efforts of our central defensive stalwarts. It is nowt to do with age. There ar countless examples of Jones, Oxley Chamberlain, Barry, Becham, Scholes, Little, McDonald, Cowans who can become regulars as teenagers. More of the current crop deserve an earlier chance to shine.
stennyvilla
08/02/2012 11:08:00
0
Have to agree with AVB, love how much I hear people saying how Baker and Lichaj should play and how Delfouneseo should have been given a chance. This is the same Lichaj that couldn't get near the Leeds team, the Nathan Baker who was so bad against Wolves last season he had to be brought off after 20 minutes and the Fonz who was rubbish on loan at Burnley and now struggling to play for Leicester - get a grip!!!
AVNath
08/02/2012 11:57:00
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