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Result: Port Talbot 0-1 Swansea City


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PORT TALBOT
Neil Collins, Leigh De-Vulgt, Matthew Rees, Lee Surman, Scott Barrow, Daniel Thomas, Neil Thomas, Liam McCreesh, Lee John, Martin Rose, Drew Fahiya.

Substitutes: Gary Bansor, Gareth Phillips, Lloyd Grist, Sam Baker, Andy Boslam, Karl Lewis.
SWANSEA CITY
David Cornell, Matty Collins, Garry Monk, Albert Serran, Fede Bessone, Jordi Lopez , Leon Britton, Casey Thomas, Chad Bond, Kerry Morgan, Guillem Bauza.

Substitutes: Jamie Grimes, Shaun MacDonald, Scott Evans, Stephen Dobbie, Andrea Orlandi, Marcos Painter, Jazz Richards, Daniel Sheehan, Keiran Howard.
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MATCH COMMENTS
Captain Garry Monk and Leon Britton are the only two players who keep their place in the side from yesterday's 4-1 win against Kilmarnock. With our first League game on Saturday, both players aren't likely to play for long.

New signing Jordi Lopez starts and youngsters Jamie Grimes and Daniel Sheehan are included for the first time.

Port Talbot have 4 former Swansea players in their squad. Leigh De-Vulgt, Matthew Rees, Lee Surman all start while Gareth Phillips is on the bench.

Jordi Lopez scored his first goal for the club when he tapped in Bessone's shot-cum-cross at the far post.

We dominated most of the game but we just couldn't find that second goal as Stephen Dobbie and Andrea Orlandi had shots that hit the woodwork.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 2 2009

Time: 5:18PM

Your Comments

i thought we might had a few more goals against a side like port talbot, it wasn't a bad side we had out and the youngsters are quite good.
GThomas
We where not very clinical in front of goal tbh. Stephen dobbie hit the woodwork 3times and orlandi the once
portalbot_jack2k9
unlucky then rather than not being clinical? if we hit the woodwork 4 times
GThomas
 

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