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Cheltenham
1 - 5
Everton

FA Cup third round

Whaddon Road

Monday, 7 January 2013

Attendance: 6,891

Referee: Friend

CheltenhamEverton
Penn 51′Jelavic 12′ Baines 21′ (pen) Osman 49′ Coleman 58′ Fellaini 89′
Brown     Howard    
Jones     Baines     63
Elliott     Jagielka    
Bennett     Distin    
Jombati     Neville    
Carter     66 Coleman    
Pack     Oviedo    
McGlashan     80 Osman     68
Penn     Fellaini    
Goulding     66 Jelavic     80
Mohamed     Anichebe    
Substitutes
Roberts     Mucha    
Lowe     Duffy    
Hooman     Hitzlsperger     80
Deering     80 Barkley    
Taylor     66 Naismith     68
Duffy     66 Gueye     63
Harrad     Vellios    
Game Statistics
13
Goal Attempts
14
3
On Target
8
3
Corners
1
12
Fouls
13
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
45
%
55
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Writer:Yak
Date:Monday January 7 2013
Time: 9:37PM

Comments

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From what i could make out Cheltenham Town FC laid on good conditions for the away fans and fair play to them for that. I read up on them before the match and they appear to be a well run family club with a lot of ambition with a good football manager. The gulf in divisions was plain to see but at least they tried to play. Good luck to them in the future.
evertonmandan
08/01/2013 10:11:00
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It was a good game, they came out of the blocks and put a bit of pressure on us, which was expected but then the gulf in class showed. Decent scoreline, and nice to see us being clinical in front of goals for a change, still a major worry that we cannot keep a clean sheet, we are a mess defensively.
Rob-EFC
08/01/2013 10:43:00
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