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Spurs Reserves v Charlton Reserves, 06.03.2001

Courtesy of:- Ray Lo, and the Spurs List

    F.A.Premier Reserve League - South
        Clarence Park, St.Albans
    Tuesday 6th March 2001 k.o.7.30pm

     SPURS   0(0)  v  0(0)  CHARLTON
    (White/Blue)          (Red/White)
       3-5-2                 4-4-2

       Ian Walker  1  Tony Caig
  Steffen Iversen  2  Anthony Allman
  Anthony Gardner  3  Paul Konchesky
     Ciaran Toner  4  Kemal Izzet
 Alton Thelwell(C) 5  Jonathan Fortune
      Chris Perry  6  David Collis
     Simon Davies  7  Shaun Newton
     John Jackson  8  Mark Kinsella
      Dave McEwen  9  Kevin Lisbie
   Willem Korsten 10  Charlie MacDonalk
 Matt Etherington 11  John Robinson

      Ian Hillier 12
      Gavin Kelly 13  Martin Brennan
      John Piercy 14  James Greenway
  Yannick Kamanan 15  Neil McCafferty
  Steven Ferguson 16  Alex Martin

Bookings:- Lisbie 56, Jackson 70.

It was a cold evening with rain starting during the first half which became heavier as the game proceeded. The crowd was smaller than usual. With me were Bruce and Elaine Lewis, Paul and Greg Smith and "Wyatt Lane". Andy Porter and Kathryn Stebbings came over during the second half.

Spurs lined up with Thelwell, flanked by Perry and Gardner, at the back, Iversen and Etherington as wing-backs outside of Toner, Davies and Jackson, with McEwen joining Korsten up front.

The match itself was pretty dour stuff being fought in midfield with very little for either keeper to do. Spurs had one shot on target in the first half and Walker wasn't troubled until nearly 70 minutes into the game. Spurs had most of the play but Charlton looked the better in front of goal which is not saying much.

Nearest to a goal was when Lisbie was put through on the edge of the area. He drew Walker but Perry managed to clear his shot off the line. Perry had the ball in the net from a corner during a late spell of pressure but the "goal" was disallowed for a foul. Gardner hardly put a foot wrong which made him stand out in this game. Kinsella had a shot just over the bar which was a lot closer than one by Korsten at the other end.

The next home game will be at WHL on the 20th March when we play league leaders Derby County.

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