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Stockport
2 - 2
Man City

Edgeley Park

Saturday 2 August

Attendance: 6,684

Referee:

StockportMan City
Pilkington (65) Thompson (86)Bojinov (77) Evans (pen 90)
Owain fon Williams     Kasper Schmeichel    
Johnny Mullins     Nedum Onuoha    
Michael Rose     Tal Ben Haim     (57)
Gareth Owen     Javier Garrido     (80)
Jim McNulty     Shaleum Logan    
Gary Dicker     Dietmar Hamann    
Peter Thompson     (90) Stephen Ireland    
Carl Baker     (46) Nery Castillo     (57)
Tommy Rowe     Felipe Caicedo     (73)
Michael Raynes     Rolando Bianchi     (57)
Stephen Gleeson     Vladimir Weiss     (66)
Substitutes
Leon McSweeney     (90) Daniel Sturbridge     (57)
Danny Pilkington     (46) Valeri Bojinov     (73)
James Vincent     Gelson Fernandez     (66)
James Tunnicliff     Ched Evans     (57)
Matty McNeil     Ben Mee     (57)
Game Statistics
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Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0

Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday August 2 2008
Time: 4:19PM

Comments

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Couldn't find any descent match stats anywhere. I promise i'll sort it out for the Aston Villa game.
Tudor
02/08/2008 16:23:00
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That's not a bad attendance for a holiday game.
Johnny Baguette
02/08/2008 16:47:00
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This not to take anything away from Stockport, but the media wont be bothered with a low profile game when there are biiger games going on. agree with you JB good attendance.
Buzz Lightyear
02/08/2008 17:01:00
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I'm increasingly of the opinion that this is a solid pre Premier League programme. The UEFA games with their targets mean the team have to shape themselves quicker than usual. The big plus is that the squad haven't had to travel all around the world too close to the season's start. Celtic, Milan and Matalan should be challenging games and I'm expecting Bluesy to show us his PL starting line up very soon. I'm put up on the Forum my starting XI v Villa based on no more signings.
Johnny Baguette
02/08/2008 19:45:00
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