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Swansea City Reserves Beat Fulham 1-0

Craig Beattie scores again for the Swansea City Reserves as they beat Fulham 1-0 at Parc Y Scarlets.

Gerhard Tremmel put in an excellent performance, making some great saves including one from the penalty spot to help the Reserves win the game on a rainy night in Llanelli.

Andrea Orlandi returned for the Swans after injury, while Rafik Halliche started for Fulham. Swansea City failed to sign the defender on loan due to a problem with the paper work on transfer deadline day.

The winning goal came just before half time. Cotterill picked out Beattie and he got past two defenders before slotting the ball home.

Swansea: Gerhard Tremmel, Jazz Richards (Casey Thomas 81), Daniel Alfei, Fede Bessone, Vangelis Moras (Joe Walsh h/t), Lee Lucas, David Cotterill, Tom Butler, Craig Beattie, Andrea Orlandi, Gwion Edwards

Subs not used: Ben Davies, Kurtis March

Fulham: Marcus Bettinelli, Jack Dean (Alex Brister 81), Alex Smith, Dan Burn, Rafik Halliche, Josh Pritchard (Ronnie Minkwitz 73), Courtney Harris, Tom Donegan, Cauley Woodrow, Marcello Trotta (Omri Altman 69), Alex Kacaniklic

Subs not used: Jesse Joronen, Josh Passley

Referee: Marvin Amphlett






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Writer: VitalSwansea Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 17 2011

Time: 10:18PM

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beattie seems to be mentioned regularly as scoring for the reserves, he should at least get a place on the bench for us soon
eye_nose_hat
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18/10/2011 21:03:00

Totally agree eye nose hat give him a place on the bench if does come on he is going to play with confidence i don't see that in Moore
taylor2078
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20/10/2011 10:13:00

Absolutely agree.Moore has been a poor signing,at least Beattie gets a few goals.
Philto
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20/10/2011 17:31:00

 

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