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Fulham reserves held at Home.

FA Premier Reserve League South

Fulham Training Ground, Motspur Park

Wednesday 6th December 2006, 7.00pm



FULHAM v Spurs

(White/Black) (Light Blue/Navy Blue)

4-4-2 4-4-2



1(0) 1(1)

Ricardo Batista 1 Robert Burch

TJ Moncur 2 Cian Hughton

Elliot Omozusi 3 Reto Ziegler

Adam Watts 4 Keiran McKenna(C)

abriel Zakuani 5 Phil Ifil

Matty Collins 6 Leigh Mills

Chris James 7 Stuart Lewis

Wayne Brown 8 Jamie O`Hara

Ismael Ehui 9 Tomas Pekhart

Bjorn Runstrom 10 Andy Barcham

Lino Goncalves 11 Charlie Daniels

Bradley

Hudson-Odoi 12 Joe Martin

(2) Mins.

Etheridge 13 David Button

Anderson 14 Jake Livermore

(4) 60Mins. (4) 46 Mins.

Matt Saunders 15 David Hutton

(11) 46 Mins.

16 Chris Casey



Scorers:-

Brown 48 Barcham 36



booked:-

mozusi 17 Pekhart 43 (late)

oncalves 23(late)



referee:- S. Beck

assistants:- S. Butler, I. Fissenden

It was a cold night down in Malden for this match that was watched by around 200 people.

Spurs kicked off and soon took charge of the game and mostly dominated the 1st half with Fulham receiving 2 yellow cards for their efforts.

Both sides made a change at the start of the second half. It was a completely different home side that started the second half as they tore into Spurs from the off. James was the prime mover in most of the attacks which tended to go down Spurs weak right side.

Ehui collected a through ball in the left channel and cut inside before hitting a shot across the goal which was going wide until Brown turned it in to the left hand corner. Spurs weathered the storm as they were pinned in their own half for over twenty minutes as we came close to taking the lead. We came closest when a header from Zakauni was cleared off the line by Hughton.

The game became end to end stuff as each side went looking for the winner.

Either side could and possibly should have won the game during their periods of domination. A combination of good defending and poor final balls kept the score down to a goal apiece.

Not a bad result for Fulham considering Spurs are still unbeaten.




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Date:Friday December 8 2006

Time: 7:05AM

Your Comments

Tottenham's reserve team are almost as good as their 1st team so this was a good result, did'nt they win the southern reserve league last season.
Cravens
Good result against a good reserve team, Tottenham won the southern reserve league last term and then lost in the English reserve league final against Manchester united.
fulham usa
Lucky that Barnard was injured, coz he got an average of 2 goals a game last season.
wei, wu and shu
We got a good result there methinks.
sammy.luke
I was at the game, and We were lucky to get a draw, as Spurs were all over us, and they had loads of chances that they should have scored.
loubie
 

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