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Sunderland Res Beat Everton Res

Sunderland Res Beat Everton Res

Sunderland`s second string beat Everton reserves 2 goal to 1 at Halton Stadium.

Sunderland came from behind in a game that both Andrew Cole and Ian Harte made their first appearance for the club.

Everton scored first with a Lukas Jutkiewicz strike. Sunderland then replied with two goals from David Connolly.



Sunderland Reserves Line up

Ward
Weir
Hartley
Donoghue
Harte (Liddell)
Dennehy
Richardson
Kavanagh
O`Donovan
Cole (Dawson)
Connolly


Match Comment

Richarson featured so he must have overcome his back injury.

Connolly scored two so hopefully last seasons top scorer will be given a chance against Reading.

I am still of the opinion that Kavanagh is worth a first team place from what I seen of him last season he is more effective than Yorke.



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Writer:KEV1N
Date:Tuesday September 4 2007
Time: 9:42PM

Comments

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Yes I would like to see Kav back in the first team
ClaireH
04/09/2007 21:53:00
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Don't no about Connolly don't think he is anything but a championship player
ClaireH
04/09/2007 21:54:00
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Get Kav in your midfield Kev to steady it down
worbo
04/09/2007 22:11:00
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any good youngsters we could snaffle!
merlin
08/09/2007 19:52:00
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SOMETHING TO CHEW OVER I SUPPOSE - MUNCHING TOFFEES I MEAN.
pompeygray
09/09/2007 06:19:00
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