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Youthful side to take on Arsenal reserves

Youthful side to take on Arsenal reserves

Recent games have seen Pompey naming several 1st team players in the reserve sides, but this changes tonight as Guy Whittingham has named a youthful side to take on the unbeaten Arsenal reserves.

Mike Williamson again starts with Antti Niemi also named in goal, but other than that it is a youthful side. Although Eugen Bopp again starts as does trialist Apicerni. Marlon Pack is another that returns to the side after his loan with Wycombe ended last week.

The game is being played at Underhill, the home of Barnet, and kicks-off at 7pm

Pompey: Niemi; Hurst, Williamson, Wilkinson, Sowah; Bopp, Pack, Nlundulu, Kilbey; Apicerni, Cowan-Hall

Subs: T.Smith, Ryan, Cuvelier, du Chattelier, Walshe

PLAY UP POMPEY!


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Monday November 2 2009
Time: 2:40PM

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Not even poor Basinas or Hughes? The lads seems as if they no longer exist yeah?
Pompey Malta
02/11/2009 16:18:00
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Apicerni? - who he?
UKTony
02/11/2009 16:35:00
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Once again we should field a proper reserve side!
eastneydave
02/11/2009 19:13:00
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We've only gone and beat em....with goals from Tom Kilbey and EUGEN BOPP!!!!!! yes .....I said Bopp. Still I'm not complaining, Arsenal Reserves.....things are definitely looking up. PUP RESERVES....
cornypomp
02/11/2009 22:02:00
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