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Swansea City Reserves Lose 4-0 vs Reading

Colin Pascoe's Reserve side suffered a heavy 4-0 loss against Reading at the Gnoll this afternoon.

The visitors got two goals either side of the interval to give them a comfortable win in Neath.

Goalkeeper David Cornell, Radanfah Abu Bakr, Matty Collins, Chad Bond, Stephen Dobbie and Besian Idrizaj were the senior players who started the game, the rest being youth players.

Alex Pearce opened the scoring after 8 minutes before Bell-Baggie made it 2-0 just before half time.

Matty Collins and Stephen Dobbie had chances early on in the second half did further damage, Bell-Baggie got a brace and Walcott added the fourth.

Team Line-ups:

Swans:
David Cornell, Daniel Alfei, Steven Berry (Gwion Edwards, 86'), Radanfah Abu Bakr, Daniel Sheehan, Matty Collins (C), Jordan Smith (Kurtis March, 62'), Adam Orme, Chad Bond, Stephen Dobbie, Besian Idrizaj.

Not Used: Jordan Prosser, Ben Davies.

Reading: Ben Hamer, Jack Mills, John Goddard, Oliver Kelly (Harry Harding, 86'), Alex Pearce (C), Angus Macdonald, Jake Taylor, Marek Matejovsky, Mitchell Bryant (James Rowe, 76'), Abdulai Bell-Baggie, Hal Robson-Kanu (Jacob Walcott, 64').

Not Used: Dean Santangelo, Kynan Isaac.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 21 2009

Time: 4:27PM

 

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