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Ventura County Fusion 0-4 Everton

David Moyes was disappointed his charges had not tested the Salt Lake goalkeeper enough during the last ninety minutes of pre-season football, however he will be delighted with the goal return in this latest result during what has been a once again productive tour of the United States.

The players and coaching staff were able to cast their eye on latest acquisition Steven Pienaar, who capped an impressive debut with a goal.

James Beattie will also be happy to have hit the goal trial oncemore, but the show was stolen by Leon Osman, who put in a goal scoring performance as well as looking Everton's most dangerous player.

Joleon Lescott was also on the scoresheet in this 'glorified training session'.

Next up for Everton, a home friendly with German outfit Werder Bremen on July 31st.




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Writer: Dominic Fitzpatrick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 25 2007

Time: 1:55PM

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Lets hope this is the start of a goal spree for Beattie this pre-season. The goal will be good for his confidence?
toffeetower
lol sorry about the question mark, maybe it was a bit of rhetoric slipping in lol, lets hope he bangs a few more in.
toffeetower
confusion over who scored out of lescott or anichebe, apparently victor had a goal and an assist according to a local ventura county paper, yet Dominic King thinks it was lescott who bagged the goal.
toffeetower
not many teams put four past the mighty ventura county fusion - well done
Dales_Dad
I heard Pienaar, ossie, BT and cic scored
EvertonMike
Why behind closed doors? Don't tell me policing in the states is that expensive?
sandgroanun
 

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