Villa lose for a third successive match and are defeated 0-4 for the second game in a row as they fall to 10th in the table despite Jimmy Warner's "fine saves".
Scorer(s) | None |
Assist(s) | None |
AT A GLANCE
Season | 1890-91 |
Matchday | #5 |
League Match | #5 |
Manager Game | #68 |
Saturday, 4 October 1890
Manager | George Ramsay led Management Committee |
FT Score | 0-4 |
FT Result | Lost |
Last 5 Games | LWLLL |
[Exact birth dates not recorded]
Starting XI Average Age
| 24.54 |
Oldest Player |
D Harry Devey | 30.59 |
Youngest Player |
W Charles Harley | 19.59 |
Villa make one change from the team that lost 0-4 the last time out with debutant Charles Harley coming in for Fred Marshall.
STARTING LINE UP
GK Jimmy Warner |
FB Walter Evans |
D Gershom Cox |
D Harry Devey |
CB Jimmy Cowan |
M Tom Clarkson |
F Jack Graham |
F Tom McKnight |
W Charles Harley |
W Lewis Campbell |
CF Billy Dickson |
No Substitutions permitted in period
No Substitutions permitted in period
Parkinson, Russell, Jones, Bullough (g), Paton, Roberts, Brogan (g), Davenport, Cassidy, McNee (g), Turner (g).
Manager: John Bentley.
ex: Also played for the Villa
s/o: Sent off
s-: Sub off; s+: Sub on
1’ Debut, Charles Harley
Goal, 0-1, (Bolton Wanderers), McNee
Goal, 0-2, (Bolton Wanderers), Brogan
HT Bolton Wanderers 2-0 Aston Villa
Goal, 0-3, (Bolton Wanderers), Turner
Goal, 0-4, (Bolton Wanderers), Bullough
FT Bolton Wanderers 4-0 Aston Villa
ON THIS DAY
Villa lose for a third successive match and are defeated 0-4 for the second game in a row as they fall to 10th in the table.
Meanwhile, winger Charles Harley made his sole appearance for Villa aged 19 after joining from Bloxwich Strollers. Harley would later move on to Notts County.
"Turner made a mess of it when the ball was knocked down in front of him by the goalkeeper, and Brogan scored again."
*Birmingham Daily Post*
Monday, 06 October 1890
BOLTON WANDERERS V. ASTON VILLA-
At Bolton, before 5,000 spectators.
Cassidy kicked off against the wind, and the Villa soon had a fruitless corner.
Cassidy soon scored, but he was palpably off- side.
The Wanderers were very aggressive, but Cox and Clarkson were strong in defence.
Warner kicked out a fine shot by Davenport, and Brogan kicked over.
M’Nee gave Cassidy an opening, but he shot outside.
Bolton continued to have the play, but could not score. Paton was cheered for smart work, and M'Nee at length scored from a free kick.
Cox saved several times in fine style.
Parkinson cleared his goal, although hemmed in by opponents.
Turner made a mess of it when the ball was knocked down in front of him by the goalkeeper, and Brogan scored again; the result at half-time being Wanderers 2 goals, Villa 0.
On resuming the visitors were several times dangerous, but dallied too much in front of goal.
Cassidy threw away a simple chance, and Warner was very watchful in goal.
Brogan screwed in after a dashing run, and Turner headed a third goal.
The home team kept up the pressure, and Bullough soon after scored the fourth point.
A few minutes later the "Villans" managed to stave off the attack, and visited the Wanderers' goal, where an abortive corner was conceded them.
Then the home team once more attacked, and Warner was cheered for some fine saves.
Towards the finish the Villa played very hard, but could not score.
Final score Wanderers 4 goals, Aston Villa 0
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