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Reserves: Burnley 0 United 1 – Clarets KO’d by late Cole goal

Posted by nickogs20 on April 30, 2010


April 29th 2010, 7pm
Turf Moor, Burnley

Burnley Man Utd
Burnley Reserves 0-1 Manchester United Reserves
Cole 90+1

 
United’s Reserves wrapped up their 2009/10 league programme in fitting style as a late late goal from Larnell Cole secured a 1-0 win over Burnley at Turf Moor.

After 90 rainy and goalless minutes in a game that certainly lived up to its billing as an end-of-season dead rubber, some slick football from the Reds and a wonderfully composed finish by Cole saw the champions grab all three points, rounding off the campaign on a high and boosting confidence ahead of Monday’s Premier Reserve League playoff against Aston Villa.

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Full report to come…

 
UNITED
1. Ron-Robert Zieler
2. Michael Keane
3. Joe Dudgeon (12. Michele Fornasier 79)
4. Corry Evans (c)
5. Oliver Gill (14. Robbie Brady 63)
6. Larnell Cole
7. Cameron Stewart
8. Rodrigo Possebon
9. Jesse Lingard
10. Oliver Norwood
11. Etzaz Hussain (16. John Cofie 63)

Subs not used
13. Sam Johnstone
15. Charni Ekangamene

Ref: D Handley

Burnley: Penny, Woods, McEneaney, Anderson, Long (Williams 26), Yadolahi, Kay, Harvey, Rodriguez, Fletcher (King 73), A MacDonald.
Not used: Knowles, McCann, D MacDonald.

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4 Responses to “Reserves: Burnley 0 United 1 – Clarets KO’d by late Cole goal”

  1. NicoQB said

    Hey Nic,
    How has Possebon fared in general since his retrn from braga?
    I’ve seen that he’s been on the losing side more often than not recently. Had great hope for this guy, seemed a technically gifted Carrick when he first came in, but I just wonder if that Pogatetz tackle and his failed loan to braga were steps back in his development.

  2. nickogs20 said

    How do you mean ‘on the losing side more often than not’? He’s only been on the losing side twice for the reserves, one of those a dead rubber, and lots of other players played in both those games.

    He was pretty poor when he returned from Braga but has looked a lot better in recent games.

    • NicoQB said

      Well, two losses in three is more often than not, isn’t it?
      ;-)
      No, I was just hoping for some improvement from the lad, and if you say he’s been better, that’s great news then. Still think he’s got more in him to be better than Gibson, but maybe attitude and mental strength also plays a part there. Or just plain luck.

  3. norries said

    who is this lad Charni Ekangamene?!?!

    my favourite Cammy Stewart seems to have hit a snag wit his progression. mayb a loan move nxt season. boy has got skill speed shoots, and determination want him to get nod in the 1st team.

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