Monday, 12 January 2009

Corradi strikes but Dabo triumphs

Two of the very worst Stuart Pearce signings went head to head yesterday, as Bernardo Corradi's Reggina lost 3-2 at home to Ousmane Dabo's Lazio.

Reggina took an early lead after Franco Brienza was brought down in the box by Lazio 'keeper Juan Carrizo. Reggina's top scorer this season, Bernardo '£1.2million, 3 in 19 in the league' Corradi stepped up to slam the penalty home.



It was not enough, though, as an Ousmane 'less mobile than Cladio Reyna' Dabo inspired Lazio came back to win 3-2, Goran Pandev scoring all three.

Dabo was substituted for Christian Brocchi on 66 minutes.

5 comments:

tommytheblue said...

corradi has never been a bad player, 8 goals this season, he's a striker thats needs good service in the box, he was never going to last playing on his own.

dabo was mr slow motion, technically a good passer, but clearly his head was far quicker than his feet.

Gary said...
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Gary said...

3 in 19, a record £19 million Jo would be proud of !

Also tommytheblue, ANYONE can be a good striker if theyre fed inch perfect passes in the box, all hail Andy Cole !

Tom Poynton said...

I liked Claudio Reyna

JPB said...

He was fantastic under Keegan but poor under Pearce.