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Full Time: Histon FC 1-2 Swansea City

Team Line-ups
Histon FC
Danny Naisbitt; Matthew Mitchel-King ©, Matthew Langston, Damien Reeves, Antonio Murray, Nathaniel Knight-Percival, Lanre Oyebanjo, Marlon Paterson, Danny Wright, Josh Simpson, Patrick Ada

Subtitutes: Craig Pope, Adam Bygrave, John Kennedy, Neil Andrews, Jamie Barker, Joe Welch (GK)
Swansea City
Dorus de Vries; Alan Tate, Garry Monk ©, Ashley Williams, Albert Serran; Tom Butler, Leon Britton, Owain Tudur Jones, Andrea Orlandi; Guillem Bauza, Gorka Pintado

Subtitutes: Kristian O'Leary, Jason Scotland, Jordi Gomez, Shaun MacDonald, Angel Rangel, Nathan Dyer, Tony Pennock
Match Comments:
22' Gorka Pintado scores a terrific goal from 25 yards
37' Guillem Bauza puts the Swans two up from 10 yards after some nice build-up by Pintando and Orlandi
46' Double substitution by Histon: Reeves and Patterson off, Andrews and Bygrave on
56' Forced substitution by the Swans. Kris O'Leary goes on for injured OTJ
62' Substitution by Swans: Nathan Dyer comes on for Tommy Butler
76' Last Swans' sub: Orlandi off, MacDonald on
79' Swansea are given a penalty but Gorka Pintado only hits the Histon goal post
84' Histon pull one back, Simpson the goalscorer
Team News
Roberto Martinez makes six changes in the starting line-up. Albert Serran goes in the back four, Andrea Orlandi, Tom Butler and Owain Tudur-Jones in midfield while Gorka Pintado and Guillem Bauzá go up front.

Score:
Histon FC 1-2 Swansea City
22' Pintado (0-1)
37' Bauza (0-2)
84' Simpson (1-2)
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Writer: Czech_Jack Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 13 2009

Time: 7:32PM

Your Comments

Well done boys, roll on Pompey.
Czech_Jack
glad to get this out the way was getting boring!!! by the way we need a striker!! or a forward ive always been a fan of mark yeates what are peoples views of him? i feel danny graham is a player to similar to what we already have as he reminds me a lot of the way bauza plays so who do peopke want brought in any names?
gors jack
It seems Martinez is happy with what he's got at the moment. Can't see a striker coming in. He only brings in players that will improve us and we haven't got hundreds of thousands to buy that player at the moment.
KevinE
 

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