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Reserves Suffer Another Heavy Defeat

The reserves suffered another heavy defeat last night against Yeovil at Port Talbot F.C.

Mark Pritchard scored a consolation goal after 79 minutes in the 7-1 defeat.

After Tuesday's 12-1 thrashing at Bournemouth on Tuesday, the club must seriously start investing a lot more money in the youth setup as we needed some under-16 players to field a reserve side for the two fixtures.

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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 5 2006

Time: 3:47PM

Your Comments

Something needs to be done as looking at it we have no strength in depth within our setups .
Please don't follow suit tomorrow!
Yikes! Under-16s!
this is getting embarrassing
wowey this does not sound good . I hope they do not get to demoralised.
first they lose 12-1 and then 7-1 gosh something needs to be done. I say lend trundle and robbo to them lol.
omg its gettin worse. fair nuff 2-1 but 12-1 and 7-1 thats just taking the m ickey
wot the hell who is in your reserves team because they dont sound good.
:| terrible we need to get something sorted out big time !!
Fantastic 12-1 win for our boys but I have to say 'What the hell happened to your lot'. Then you go and get beat 7-1 by Yeovil. Me thinks you'll need better reserve players whether their youth or not when your playing in the Championship next season.

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