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Bury and Livi Vs Pool

Bury and Livi Vs Pool

The stronger side took on Bury, the Wes situation / distance meaning the reserves and trialists travelled north.

Pool led at half time north of the boarder with a 25 yard strike from trialist Nouioui Lassand. In Sunny Manchester the first team was held by Bury till the half time break.

Livingston pulled level with 8 minutes to go, Steven Weir slotting in from 6 yards. Thats the way it stayed north of the boarder. Back at Gigg lane the both teams were unable to break the deadlock and the game ended goalless.

Pool now travel to Bradford on Tuesday for a behind doors friendly.

V Bury
Blackpool: Evans, Barker, Jackson, Evatt, Crainey, Crainey, Forbes, Southern, Fox, Taylor-Fletcher, Morrell, Vernon
Subs: Rabchuka, Flynn, Burgess, Parker, Hills, Jorgenssen, Bean, Gorkks

V Livingston
Blackpool: Edge, Metcalf, O'Connor, Penswick, Lawlor, Lavie, Kay, Doughty, Lyons, J. Smith, Lassand.
Subs: Holt, A. Smith, Laird, Midgeley, Clancy, Bayliss, Lloyd.

Writer:Campbell_BFC
Date:Saturday July 28 2007
Time: 5:00PM

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Crainey - so good he played twice?
sandgroanun
28/07/2007 18:31:00
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And anyone know anything about our goalscoring triallist?
sandgroanun
28/07/2007 18:32:00
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who is Nouioui Lassand. where is he from? what age his he?
Darren B
28/07/2007 18:39:00
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Good result - Hills on the bench. Onwards + Upwards
SeasideEssexXile
28/07/2007 19:46:00
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