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United 2 City 1: Many happy returns for OGS as reserves bag derby victory

Posted by nickogs20 on February 26, 2009

Man Utd Manchester City
Manchester United Reserves 2-1 Manchester City Reserves
James 37 Bojinov 45 (pen)
Macheda 40


More to follow…

1. Ben Amos
2. Richard Eckersley
3. Fábio da Silva (12. Jimmy Derbyshire 62)
4. Corry Evans
5. Ritchie de Laet
6. Matt James
7. Danny Drinkwater (15. Robbie Brady 80)
8. Anderson (14. Oliver Norwood 46)
9. Federico Macheda
10. Lee Martin
11. Zoran Tošić

Subs not used
13. Conor Devlin
16. Anton Bryan

11 Responses to “United 2 City 1: Many happy returns for OGS as reserves bag derby victory”

  1. ga said

    petrucci why has not played either in reserves or in the academy?

  2. Drogbabas said

    Petrucci has been on trial to singapore because of some disagreement with carlos queiroz.that’s why he’s not been paying

  3. ga said

    and therefore in danger of being hunted by the company ‘? how is the situation? petrucci you want
    see play

  4. So what you’re saying, Drogbabas, is that United sent their best U18 player to a place that barely even plays football because he had a disagreement with the manager of the Portugese National team? And whilst he’s out there he’ll still be eligible for the champions league, as he and Kiko Macheda have just been added to the squad? Even for a Chelsea fan you’re not very bright.

  5. nickogs20 said

    It’s safe to say Drogbabas is talking absolute nonsense.

  6. gran said

    petrucci when playing back? answer

  7. Hakan said

    Nick, What was your impression of Tosic in this game?

  8. ga said

    petrucci when playing back?

  9. nickogs20 said

    Ga/Gran – stop asking, when we know something we’ll say.

    Hakan – he wasn’t all that impressive, a long way to go in terms of his fitness and adapted to the physical nature of English football, still early days though.

  10. Hakan said

    Nick: Thanks for your views on Tosic. Much appreciated!

  11. […] In contrast, the reserves recovered from a below-par end to January to show some fine form in the year’s shortest month, although a penalty shootout defeat to Stockport County in the Manchester Senior Cup didn’t exactly bode well. Things picked up with a comfortable home win over Bolton though, and the second string avenged the academy’s narrow derby defeat with a well-deserved win over the blue side of the city. […]

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