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Kuqi Scores Winner In Port Talbot Friendly

Kuqi Scores Winner In Port Talbot Friendly

A young Swansea City side beat Port Talbot Town 2-1 this afternoon in their first pre-season friendly.

Kerry Morgan opened the scoring after 27 minutes, but the home side struck back 20 minutes into the second half, with Luke Bowen netting an equaliser.

Trialist Njazi, Shefki Kuqi's brother, scored a late winner for the Swans.

Caretaker managers Colin Pascoe and Alan Curtis named a youthful side for our first friendly of the Summer, with no recognised first teamers included in the 18-man squad. New signings Neil Taylor and Scott Donnelly both started.

Port Talbot fielded four former Swansea players in their starting eleven - Leigh De Vulgt, Matthew Rees, Lee Surman and Gareth Phillips.

PORT TALBOT LINE-UP:

Lee Kendall; Leigh De Vulgt, Lloyd Grist, Matthew Rees, Lee Surman, Drew Fahiya, Scott Barrow, Luke Bowen, David Brooks, Craig Jones, Gareth Phillips.

Subs: David Burnett (GK), Danny Thomas, Nicky Palmer, Matthew Thompson, Jerome Maynard, Lee John.

SWANSEA CITY LINE-UP:

David Cornell; Jazz Richards, Jamie Grimes, Joe Walsh, Neil Taylor; Shaun MacDonald (C), Scott Donnelly, Lee Lucas, Casey Thomas, Kerry Morgan; Njazi Kuqi.

Subs: Ashley Elsey (GK), Matthew Whatley, Kurtis March, Jordan Smith, Jordan Prosser, Sam Rose-Miles, Daniel Alfei.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Saturday July 10 2010
Time: 4:27PM

Comments

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£7 seems a lot to watch the Youth side.
GThomas
10/07/2010 16:47:00
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this is a reserves friendly, no piont in this game at all
cyjax
10/07/2010 17:11:00
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