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Thomas Sorenson Happy At Villa

Danish international goalkeeper Thomas Sorenson is another player looking forward to next season after Kevin Phillips and Juan Pablo Angel spoke of their determination to set things right for 2006/7.

Sorenson, who currently has a finger injury, told the official site: 'The main aim next season has got to be to do much better as a team. We know what we're capable of, but we have to live up to that.'

He also says that last season was 'quite disappointing' for the team but 'personally I was happy with the season and the way it went. I kept 11 clean sheets, plus a few in the cup. So in that department we bettered what we'd done in the past.'

'I was quite happy with that, but overall we were very disappointed as a team.'




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 20 2006

Time: 10:42AM

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Do the talking on the pitch!!!! After all this guff about how determined they are they're all going to look pretty daft if we have another season like last
DougInABox
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20/06/2006 10:48:00

yeah its alright saying it, but the players need to deliever next season. what do u make of ure chances next season?
green giant 12
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20/06/2006 11:21:00

I'd be happy anywhere on 20,000 a week ! t0ss3r He isnt bothered one bit
crosswesleyanchapel
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20/06/2006 12:58:00

GG12 they never answer, visit the site a few times and you will discover that it is comedy central of the EPL Vital sites. All about a man and his boat.
Hoddlesleftnut
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20/06/2006 13:13:00

if you don't like it, then p*ss off to your own site Hoddle. Are you his right one too? As for next season, I think we're looking at a mid-table finish at best, which unfortunately would now be considered a good season. A top half finish, a new board and a new manager would be perfect tho!
DougInABox
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20/06/2006 14:09:00

With O'Leary in charge I'll be happy with any improvement on last season, especially if the "R" word is completely avoided. If we can get a new manager (and by that I'm not being O'Niel ambitios, Cowans would do for me at this stage) then I would be dissapointed if we finnished lower than 10th, and then maybe we could start to rebuild (again)
Villain Of The North
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20/06/2006 17:06:00

PS Hoddlesleftnut, I see why you chose your name, because you talk absolute bo**ocks!!!!
Villain Of The North
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20/06/2006 17:07:00

I'm glad to see that confidence appears to be high in the camp and that the players are keen to improve on their failures of last season. Now is the time for talking, but the talking has to be replaced with actions in August.
GaztonVilla
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20/06/2006 23:49:00

They've a lot to prove, thats for sure. But look at the squad, and they should be more than capable of a top ten finish. Mind you, I'm talking before the exit of our top talent begins.
glensider
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