Posted by: stgeorgesfc | September 18, 2010

Nibdew b’rebha fuq St. Andrew’s


BRMLA_VS Hin: 5.00 pm

Data: 19 ta Settembru

Post: V. Tedesco (Hamrun)

Skor: 2-0

WELL DONE BLUES!!!!

Without setting any houses on fire, St George’s won this match thanks to a first-half brace of goals from striker Anthony Bonello.

Newly-promoted St Andrew’s saw more of the ball and even had more shots at goal than their opponents but lacked real punch to trouble the St George’s goalkeeper.

St George’s had Gary Inguanez, formerly of Vittoriosa Stars, making his debut as goalkeeper Deren Ibrahim, ex-Dartford, the Isthmian League Premier Division cham-pions last season, looks like a good buy for St Andrew’s.

The match was evenly balanced at first with Nicky Vella Petroni going close for St Andrew’s after bursting through before driving his shot wide.

At the other end, it was St George’s who forged ahead when Bonello hit home from close range.

Five minutes later Bonello made it 2-0. He slipped past the St Andrew’s rearguard before shooting the ball beyond goalkeeper Ibrahim’s reach.

Wayne Attard’s side reacted immediately and London-born Jack Pallen brought the best out of keeper Thomas Galea when his effort was turned to a corner.

Two minutes later Pallen’s shot was again repelled by Galea and on 39 minutes Andrew Amato came close for his side when his shot finished just over the bar.

On resumption, Dylan Zarb was unlucky not to put the game to bed when he dribbled past two defenders in the box but his final shot hit the post.

On 74 minutes, Ibrahim made a superb save off substitute Josef Dalli who came face to face with the goalkeeper following an inviting Zarb pass.

Ibrahim’s clearance then fell to the unmarked Pallen but he dallied to conclude and the ball was cleared away.

On 85 minutes, Pallen marred his day with a red card for dissent but St Andrew’s still tried to score a consolation.

With a minute to go they protested heavily for a penalty as Mark Barbara looked to have handled the ball inside the St George’s box. However, the referee waved play on.

St Andrew’s: D: Ibrahim, N. Chetcuti, J. Bugeja, M. Borg, A. Calleja (J.P. Calleja), R. Hartvig, A. Amato, M. Valenzia, N. Vella Petroni, K. Coleiro, J. Pallen.

St George’s: T. Galea, B. Fenech, E. Sevasta, N. Caruana, T. Farrugia (C. Grech), A. Bonello, D. Zarb, G. Inguanez (L. Bonett), M. Barbara, G. Bonello, L. Stivala (J. Dalli).

Referee: Tristan Farrugia Cann.

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Responses

  1. good luck lit team taghna st george’s fc ghal l-s stagun 2010-2011 li jimarka l-120 sena tal club pijunier talfootball malti.AWGURI.

  2. Prosi lil kullhadd

  3. F’din l-ewwel loghba kompetittiva ghat-team taghna,stajna naraw fix-xena l-players li ser ikunu qed jiffurmaw parti mit-team tal-Pijunieri f’gheluq il-120 sena nit-twaqqief tieghu. Nieqsa mit-team kien hemm Emerson Amaira li kien imwegga. Kienet wirja tajba tat-team fejn sa kemm gibna z-zewg goals konna aggressiva hafna. Il-goals waslu t-tnejn fl-ewwel taqsima mid-debuttant Luke Stivala u Glenn Bonello. Hloqna aktar chances ta’ skor fosthom ilqatna l-lasta minn Dylan ZARB. Din il-wirja tawgura tajjeb ghas-Saints fit-tentattiv taghna li jkollna stagun tajjeb f’dan iz-zmien tal-120 sena.

    Minn naha taghna ser ikomplu ghaddejjin sabiex fejn hu possibbli nkomplu nzidu s-sahha tat-team b’mod partikulari quddiem. Nittama li naghlqu t-trattativi sabiex ningaggjaw lil Brendon Bonnici. Bi prova ghandna wkoll Braziljan bl-isem ta’ JONATHAN, li fil-friendly tal-bierah kontra Senglea A (rebha ta’ 4-0) skorja zewg goals.

    Ghaddejjin ukoll l-ahhar diskussjonijiet sabiex bhal haddiehor ikollna sponsor dicenti. Nittama li sa kemm jibda l-istagun inkunu habbarna dan il-ftehim importanti. Sa dakinhar nawgura l-isbah affarijiet lill-coach, il-players u lis-supporters tat-team Bormliz.


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