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Alphense Boys 2-5 Swansea

Alphense Boys
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Swansea

31st July 2007

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Guillem Bauza Mayol grabbed a brace as Swansea City beat Alphensa Boys 5-2 in their 3rd of 4 Holland Tour friendlies.

The Spanish striker put us in front when he headed in a rebound from Scotland's strike that hit the crossbar. Scotland had finally returned from injury to start the game and already he was impressive.

Like against Schipluiden, Scotland had a goal dissallowed for offside but he managed to get his first goal not long later.

The hosts got a goal back just before the break as Chris Langeveld got the better of trialist Doba Lezou to lob Gueret.

After hitting the post with one effort in the second half, Mayol got his second of the game after netting from the penalty spot.

Matty Collins then scored a fantastic 25-yard free-kick to make it 4-1 before Roy van de Berg scored for Alphense.

The Swans hadn't stopped there however as Paul Anderson got in on the act when he got on the end of an excellent pass from Kerry Morgan, who replaced Jason Scotland at the break.

It was another improvement for the Swans even though we conceded more goals. The centre back trialist Lezou doesn't good at all after being involved in conceding another goal.

Swansea Line-up: Gueret, Collins, Austin, Watt, Lezou (Evans 45mins), Anderson, O'Leary, Craney, Allen, Scotland (Morgan 45 mins), Bauza.


Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday July 31 2007
Time: 7:29PM

Comments

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Good free scoring game, I've heard Anderson has been player of the tour so far.
barrydoom
31/07/2007 21:24:00
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Another good outing, Keep it up lads
cyjax
31/07/2007 23:22:00
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not good that we are conceding goals to sides who are not that strong opposition
sbrjack
01/08/2007 09:29:00
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alphense boys are non league, how did they manage to score against us? we still had a decent side out. tonight will be a tough test.
KevinE
01/08/2007 12:23:00
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defence is still a major weakness.
GThomas
01/08/2007 14:18:00
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