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WBA
3 - 3
Cardiff

The Hawthorns

Saturday January 19th, 3pm

Attendance: 22,325

Referee:

WBACardiff
Bednar 35, Albrechtsen 72, Johnson 88 (og)Parry 1, 33, Ledley 52
Kiely     Oakes    
Hoefkens     McNaughton     32
Barnett     Johnson    
Pele     57 Loovens    
Albrechtsen     Capaldi    
Greening     Whittingham    
Koren     57 McPhail    
Filipe Teixeira     Rae    
Brunt     Ledley    
Miller     13 Parry    
Phillips     Hasselbaink     73
Substitutes
Steele     Enckelman    
Bednar     13 Purse    
Gera     57 Thompson     73
Hodgkiss     Blake     32
Morrison     57 Ramsey    
Game Statistics
13
Goal Attempts
9
9
On Target
3
11
Crosses
6
6
Corners
2
4
Offside
6
9
Fouls
15
1
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
59
%
51

Writer:Kris Tipton
Date:Saturday January 19 2008
Time: 6:06PM

Comments

0
I WOULD SAY A BAD RESULT FOR YOU AND A GOOD ONE FOR CARDIFF CITY THEY WILL BE WRAPED ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY LED TWICE PUTIING YOU LOT UNDER PRESSURE
ozanne park rangers
21/01/2008 06:35:00
0
OH AND YES I AM JEALOUS OF YOUR POSITION ON THE TABLE IT SHOULD BE OURS NEXT YEAR
ozanne park rangers
21/01/2008 06:36:00
0
what you on about?????? to be 2 behind twice n still draw!!!! they only put us under pressure for about 10 minutes. We gave u a football master class when u came to us!!! lol
GornalBaggie92
23/01/2008 10:21:00
0
Dont be silly ozanne, you wont even be in the same league im afraid.
will it ever happen
27/01/2008 12:55:00
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