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Aston Villa Reserves 1 - Liverpool Reserves 4

Reserve Premier South

Villa Park

2/4/12

Attendance: 400ish

Referee:

Aston Villa Reserves
1 - 4
Liverpool Reserves
Johnson (pen 79)
 
Eccleston (29), Suso (44), McLaughlin (47), Ngoo (91)
 
Venue: Villa Park
 
Attendance: 400ish
The Teams
Siegrist
 
 
 
Ward
 
 
Webb
 
 
 
McLaughlin
 
 
90
Donacien
 
 
 
Mendy
 
 
Williams
 
 
 
Sama
 
 
Stevens
 
 
 
Wisdom
 
 
Grealish
 
 
 
Coady
 
 
Carruthers
 
 
 
Suso
 
 
Johnson
 
 
 
Roberts
 
 
Cameron
 
 
63
 
Eccleston
 
 
80
Burke
 
 
63
 
Adorjan
 
 
Drennan
 
 
 
Sterling
 
 
Substitutes
Ward
 
 
 
Belford
 
 
Barrett
 
 
 
McGiveron
 
 
Graham
 
 
63
 
Roddan
 
 
Kinsella
 
 
 
Smith
 
 
90
Robinson
 
 
63
 
Ngoo
 
 
80
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 2 2012

Time: 9:48PM

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Dear me! When i saw the result, I thought they'd had packed their reserves with first team fringe players, but no..... Is it a case that our youngsters are getting tired out after a busy season?
Pride of Lions
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03/04/2012 02:18:00

I guess the heart of the reserves are all now in the first team. No Gardener, Weimann, Lichaj, Herd or Baker.
Adam Deuce
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03/04/2012 12:45:00

Our best youngsters being required elsewhere is a major factor for this scoreline I presume.
stennyvilla
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03/04/2012 12:45:00

The good news is that the young players who've been 'sent to the front' (I.e first team) are getting invaluable experience and not just games either. The whole desperate situation at present could be character building in the long term. If the club can hold onto the players then they could be the nucleas of a quality side in the near future.
VillaWillRiseAgain
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03/04/2012 13:21:00

 

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