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Sheff Wed
2 - 1
Blackpool

Hillsborough

27/10/07 15:00

Attendance: 19238

Referee:

Sheff WedBlackpool
Tudgay 66, Hinds 71Hoolahan 37
Grant     Rachubka    
Hinds     Crainey    
Simek     Gorkss    
Johnson     Jackson    
Spurr     Barker    
Whelan     77 Coid     76
O'Brien     Southern     27
Johnson     79 Hoolahan    
Kavanagh     Fox     62
Sodje     63 Parker    
Tudgay     Vernon    
Substitutes
Burch     Taylor-Fletcher    
Burton     63 Jorgenson     62
Esajas     79 Welsh     76
Beevers     Bean    
Watson     77 Flynn     27
Game Statistics
10
Goal Attempts
7
4
On Target
3
11
Corners
5
1
Offside
3
9
Fouls
12
1
Yellow Cards
2
46
%
54

Writer:Auckland Owl
Date:Saturday October 27 2007
Time: 4:56PM

Comments

0
Get in! the crowd have to take credit for lifting the team today. All round much improved preformance form the lads though can someone please tell me how on EARTH Tommy Spurr keeps getting a game??? He was again out of position all match and exposes us down the left. A better team would really take advantage. Great result though! Up the Owls!!!!
SuperOwls
27/10/2007 19:58:00
0
i agree crowd liffted the players and inspired a home win tommy spurr is still young with a lot to learn but is already better than gilbert we need this atmosphere at every home game to give us a chance of moving up the division well done wednesday .
beverley owl
27/10/2007 21:22:00
0
totally agree spurr was the weakest link, given time though he will be a good player for the owls, l do hope Kav comes back cos l feel we need him, excellnt timing by laws re:- the sodji -burton switch we became a different team after, sodji gives his all but never looks like scoring, it looks like the tudgay burton partnership is lookin good again, excellent.....up the owls
astonsS26OWL
28/10/2007 00:29:00
0
Yep we won the game for the players. Poor 60 mins but then the crowd came in to it, and from that point totally different team, deserved the three points. Blackpool were very very poor though, good job really.
will it ever happen
28/10/2007 09:33:00
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