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Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby Lady Magpie » Wed Mar 26, 2008 7:36 pm

Tonight's team playing against Bristol Rovers Reserves at The Memorial Stadium.

Team Line-up

Ryan Robinson
Dan Sandell - (Replaced by Smith)
Curtis McDonald - (Replaced by Duffy)
Ben Ashford
Mark Preece
Lorcan Sheehan
Jonathan Smith
Lee Dodgson
Stuart Fleetwood
Danny Carey-Bertram - (Replaced by Farrier)
Isaac Shaze

Subs

Richard Smith
Alex Duffy
Miles Farrier

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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby Tommo » Wed Mar 26, 2008 8:50 pm

Stuart relegated to the reserves to keep him sharp I guess - nice punishment. I hope that he sorts himself out and scores a hatrick. I hope Robbo, Preece, Dodger and DCB have good games too. We may need them in the first team and the reserve team is worth the expense if it keeps these guys fit.
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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby stroud green » Wed Mar 26, 2008 8:54 pm

Tommo wrote:Stuart relegated to the reserves to keep him sharp I guess - nice punishment.

Probably more of a run out for him to help keep his match fitness, as he didn't really get one on Monday...
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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby Lady Magpie » Wed Mar 26, 2008 9:00 pm

Sorry chaps, Stuart hasn't scored yet.

Half-Time

Bristol Rovers Res. 1 - 0 Forest Green Rovers Res.

Andy Williams on 9 mins.

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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby Pitchfork » Wed Mar 26, 2008 9:11 pm

Lady Magpie wrote:Sorry chaps, Stuart hasn't scored yet.


Andy Williams on 9 mins.

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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby Lady Magpie » Wed Mar 26, 2008 9:46 pm

84 mins - Rovers equalise through Isaac Shaze

1 - 1

Couldn't think of a Andy Williams song for that one Pitchfork

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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby Lady Magpie » Wed Mar 26, 2008 9:56 pm

Then in the last kick of the game - Bristol Rovers Reserves scored to make it:

Bristol Rovers Reserves 2 - 1 Forest Green Rovers Reserves

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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby Pitchfork » Wed Mar 26, 2008 10:49 pm

Can't get used to losing ...
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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby Lady Magpie » Wed Mar 26, 2008 11:06 pm

Well done Andy Williams 1963.

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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby mrcool » Thu Mar 27, 2008 8:59 am

Sorry but according to the team sheet line up..........

1.Robinson Dyer ( How apt for the 2nd goal shouted KEEPERS and totally I mean totally missed it!) Good 1 on 1 save early on though.
6. Largon Sheehan
8.Lee Dodgron
10. Danny Covey Bertrun
11.TBA
14TBA
15.TBA

Good run out thought for all, Fleetwood looked "busy", played in the hole I think, spent alot of time unfortunately discussing the rules of the game with a rather portly ref who wanted some of my chips even before game kicked off? :o

1st time seen Issac Shaze, very much in the Les Afful / Welsh mode with the excemption he can SCORE and was my m.o.m. and cant be long before he makes 1st team :idea:

Curtis Macdonald at no.3 had a good game only let their no.7 by him once other than that looked good.

Danny Covey Bertrun who is very similiar to Danny Carey Bertrum not only in name but in style of play spent more time off side than on, think he is lacking confidance and match fitness at moment. :?

Overall not a bad run out unfortunately disdripution from midfield was poor except for Dodgron who also resembles Dodgson was "busy" as ususal.
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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby charles » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:26 pm

Not a bad game good run out for the lads,
Fleets played well ran his socks off.
Danny didnt do much again, doesnt look sharpe.
Preecy did ok, held it tight at the back,
But again Robbo was shocking for the 2nd goal, one good save, but another mistake thats cost us the game.

But overall good game..

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Re: Reserve Team News at Bristol Rovers Reserves

Postby Tommo » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:37 pm

Disappointing result given how many first teamers/near first teamers were playing. Now we are more firmly bottom. Still a decent run out by the sounds of it. Pity DCB seems to be going backwards. I wonder if he will get a start on Monday - seems doubtful given his apparent fitness levels. I think JH is more likely to go with Rigo up front with Dodger, Welsh and Afful buzzing about around him.
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