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Reserves lose 2-1 to Everton

Reserves lose 2-1 to Everton

Newcastle reserves lost 2-1 to Everton reserves on Tuesday night at the Halton Stadium, Widnes.

Andy Carroll opened the scoring but a brace from James McFadden gave the young Toffee's all the points.

NUFC: Fraser Forster, Kris Gate, David Edgar, Mark Bertram, Peter Ramage, Paul Huntington, Mark Doninger (Ryan Donaldson, 85m) Jonny Godsmark, Andy Carroll, James Troisi (James Marwood, 64m) Matty Pattison. Subs not used: Phil Cave, Chris Shanks, Alex Francis

EVERTON: Richard Wright, Alessandro Pistone (Shaun Densmore, 64m) Nuno Valente, John Irving, Alan Kearney, Anderson de Silva, Steven Morrison (Scott Phelan, 76m) Bjarni Vidarsson, James McFadden, Kieran Agard (Scott Spencer, 68m) Stephen Connor
Subs not used: John Ruddy, Ryan Harpur

Referee: S Attwell. Attendance: 467

Lee Clark said after the game 'I thought the boys were excellent tonight and I would've been disappointed with a draw to be honest, let alone the defeat. It's a couple of silly mistakes which have cost us, but the lads will learn from that. I'm gutted for them because they really deserved the win and have given it their all. Again we have passed the ball exceptionally well and created some good chances, enough to win the game.'

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday April 4 2007
Time: 3:20PM

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all about experience for the bairns and fitness for the older hands, so not so bothered about the result. Anyone go to the reserve games?
MagpieMad
05/04/2007 10:14:00
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