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 Pre-season Friendly (1); Stadium, City; Thursday 17 July 2003; 5:30pm
Attendance: 0000
Halftime: 0-3

Chadwick (10', 34', 36')
Campbell (47'), Weir (68')
(63', 85')

Referee: Mr M Speilmann

Match Summary

The first run-out for the Moyes Boyes of 2003-04 was accompanied with torrential rain in the small Austrian hamlet of Bad Goisern.  Everton's high-profile internationals, who had been given an extra week's summer holiday, were rested from this meeting with Austrian non-league minnows who were designed to provide an easy entree to competitive football in the new season.

Chadwick impressed in the first half, grabbing a quick hat-trick to send a reminder that he has a striker's instinct.  Campbell and Weir got on the scoresheet in the second half, when Alex Nyarko made a reappearance in a blue shirt one few expected to be honest.  But the star was a nice-looking Italian kid, Patrizio Pascucci, who came on in place of Campbell and banged in a brace to round off the scoring. 


Match Facts
Bad Goisern (4-4-2)
_ shirts, _ shorts, _socks

Sengul (Rieger 46)
Haischberger (Babyd 84)

Subs not used:  
Unterberger, Fettinger Liebhart, Rieger

Yellow Cards: 

Red Cards:

Everton (4-4-2)
Pale blue shirts, shorts, & socks

Hibbert (46' Nyarko)
Alexandersson (14' Osman)
Gemmill (62' Li Tie)
Campbell (62' Pascucci)

Subs not used: 
Simonsen, McLeod, Clarke

Yellow Cards:

Red Cards:

(Internationals:) Gravesen, Carsley, Pembridge, Rooney 

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Steve Milne

Well then another season is upon us, pre-season anyway.  There is something about pre season tours; it's one of those things that once you have been on one, life is never the same again.  Don't ask me what it is, but it's just fun fun fun.

We are in the mountains for a couple of games to step up the fitness.  Today's game is versus an Austrian non-league side that's part time, and the main stand only holds about 300.  We have another game tomorrow so squad rotation will be used.

9' 1-0 Chadwick.  Ball into the box; Chadwick controlled the ball well, with time and space; he turned and shot into the bottom left-hand corner.

12' Alexandersson off; Osman on

33' 2-0 Chadwick.  Another ball from the midfield, from the edge of the box.  Linderoth headed the ball to Campbell who could have shot himself, but laid the ball square to Chadwick, who was in a better position.  He made no mistake anyway, sending the keeper the wrong way, before taping the ball in to the net.

36' 3-0 Chadwick.  From the front edge of the area, ball at his feet, unmarked; plenty of players either side, he looked up and let one fly, the ball flew into the bottom left-hand corner.

Half Time 3-0

45' Hibbert off, Nyarko on

47' 4-0 Campbell.  Bit of a mix up in the Bad Goisern defence, the ball passed back, the keeper came, KC touched the ball past him, all that was left for him to do was side-foot the ball in the empty net.

61' Chadwick almost made another goal; he hit the post, the ball in from the right, Chadwick shot first time on the run.

62' Li Tie & Pascucci on; Gemmill & Campbell off

64' 5-0 Pascucci.  With in a couple of min's the Italian trialist had his name on the scoresheet.  Bit of a gift, the ball in from the right from Li Tie, the keeper unable to keep hold of the ball, it fell right on the goal line; all the Italian had to do was toe the ball over the line.

67' 6-0 Weir.  From a corner kick via Pembridge, Weir out-jumped the defence to head the ball with power.

85' 7-0 Pascucci.  Weir this time became the provider, a well-hit ball from midfield, and Pascucci just out jumped the two centre backs to gently head the ball over the keeper.

Full time 7-0

Tomorrow's game will be a bit harder as they are 3 leagues above today's opponents.

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