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Reserves Win 3-0 At Hereford

Swansea City reserves beat Hereford yesterday 3-0 in a friendly match.

Midfielder Tom Butler scored a brace while Youth team player Joe Allen scored the other goal.

Owain Tudur-Jones played the first half and showed no reaction to his knee injury.

Steven Watt and Shaun MacDonald also featured.




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Writer: VitalSwansea Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 4 2006

Time: 4:03PM

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good win hopefully these boys can now push on for a first team place
hillo
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04/10/2006 16:11:00

hope OTJ played well
idroppedmyguts
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04/10/2006 21:29:00

yer it will be nice to see otj get back to full fitness one for the future that boy the more experiance he gets the better. and it would be nice to see butler score like that in the first team hopefully itll be a turning point for him.
swansea_till_i_die
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05/10/2006 01:50:00

Tom Butler having scored two goals should be at least on the bench against Tranmere. Look forward to OTJ in the first team when "match" fit. Steven Watt must surely be in the frame to replace Lawrence who is going to be away on International duty.
willow
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05/10/2006 10:49:00

nah i cant see it jackett dosent seem to like playing him and i cant understand why chelski rated him highley so why hasent he been playin especaly considering the amount of injurys weve had at the back its a strange one that
swansea_till_i_die
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06/10/2006 06:50:00

My comment on the Resrves win last week "Tom Butler having scored two goals should be at least on the bench against Tranmere." He was. But someone who had found his shooting boots, a few days earlier, should have been brought on in the second half. Robinson who had the best chances, and missed, perhaps should have been the one to be replaced and not Britton. The nearest to scoring from free kicks was Tom Williams.
willow
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08/10/2006 15:39:00

 

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