Reserves match against Plymouth Argyle (H)

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Reserves match against Plymouth Argyle (H)

Postby Lady Magpie » Wed Apr 09, 2008 9:03 pm

Forest Green Rovers Reserves lost again tonight to Plymouth Argyle Res by 1 - 2.

Rovers goal scored by Stuart Fleetwood.

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Re: Reserves match against Plymouth Argyle (H)

Postby charles » Wed Apr 09, 2008 9:47 pm

Not a bad game, shame there was not a lot of the 1st teamers out,
some good young lads playing tonight,
Fleets did ok but all he did all night is moan.

Good to see our number 1 goalkeeper Burton playing up front for the last 15 mins, Why i dont but did really well......
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Re: Reserves match against Plymouth Argyle (H)

Postby Lady Magpie » Wed Apr 09, 2008 9:49 pm

Just to catch up with the Reserve Team for tonight:

Ryan Robinson
Alex Duffy
Luke Buttery
Mark Preece
Ben Ashford
Miles Farrier
Ashley Coldwell
Curtis McDonald
Stuart Fleetwood
Ben Pugh
Richard Smith

Subs:

Terry Burton
Sam Handy
Alex Allard

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Re: Reserves match against Plymouth Argyle (H)

Postby batty_aka_legend » Thu Apr 10, 2008 1:55 am

charles wrote: Good to see our number 1 goalkeeper Burton playing up front for the last 15 mins, Why i dont but did really well......


Really !? i bet he was awesome ! bangs um in at half time !!
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Re: Reserves match against Plymouth Argyle (H)

Postby Tommo » Fri Apr 11, 2008 12:40 pm

charles wrote:Fleets did ok but all he did all night is moan.



This has become a familiar and unfortunate tale. he needs to focus on his game and stop thinking that everything is conspiring against him.

Shame we couldn't pick up poiints last might - we are firmly bottom. Still, the reserve team has been an important innovation and I hope the Board can see their way to preserving it into next season.
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Re: Reserves match against Plymouth Argyle (H)

Postby Turnking » Fri Apr 11, 2008 5:20 pm

I was pleased to see Ben Pugh get a game, but dissapointed to see him put in as a target man to knock balls through for SSF.
Bearing in mind he played left wing the night before (played 60 mins., scored 2 and set one up)and always has played either there or left mid., it was a nonsensical idea in the first place. Glad to see somone saw sense and moved him at half time.
At left mid, or left wing, he is a real prospect and could do well at BSP level. Has formed a great partnership over at the Wood with James Singh.
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