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Martin O'Neill - Miracle Worker!

Martin O'Neill - Miracle Worker!

Neil Baker of the Gretna Mafia emailed me earlier and said:

I know you think of Martin O'Neill as a miracle-worker, but I didn't realise even he could change results once the match had finished:

Independent - Click Here

Proof, as if we needed it, that Martin O'Neill does indeed walk on water. And just in case the link is amended, the Independent put the score as:

Watford 0 Aston Villa 1: Boothroyd still confident as Watford show spirit
By Mike Rowbottom.
Published: 18 September 2006

See, even the press love us now!


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday September 19 2006
Time: 5:38PM

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MON is enigmatic and Mr Randy seems to have the media touch. It will matter because look how Chelsea, Man U & Arsenal come across. People will get jealous of the mighty Villa WHEN we start winning stuff. I feel our PR is superb!
Gazvilla
19/09/2006 21:06:00
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I'm looking forward to seeing how his relationship develops with Mr Lerner over the coming months.
sandgroanun
19/09/2006 22:35:00
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I think that the key sandgroanun, is the very important installation of the CEO that Randy will be appointing. This will be the guy who presumably MON will be liasing closely with, dealing with on a day to day, week to week basis whatever. A real CEO, a CEO in the true sense of the word. A powerful man in the Villa Park set-up, someone who will be able to make the decisions, say yes or no with absolute authority. Johnny on the spot if you like, but reporting direct to RL.
glensider
20/09/2006 02:52:00
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0-1 to Villa? Against Watford? I'm still disappointed by the result.
Saurat
20/09/2006 09:10:00
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Hey glensider, what do you think about Langham coming back? I'd love to see it although I don't think it will happen.
Villain Of The North
20/09/2006 17:48:00
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Martin O'neill will truely work miracles when you are champions of europe :P:P
red_chattey
20/09/2006 18:53:00
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Saurat - cheer up mate. it might never happen. I think you could do with some drugs - that get you going - meanwhile enjoy the music and let the good times roll
Steve64k
20/09/2006 22:06:00
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VOTN, I think it would be a definite step in the right direction. Langham seemed as though he was coming to terms with the position, really coming into his own, and had plans and visions that were sadly just alien to the Ellis era. I'd love him back. Not sure what he's up to right now, and maybe he wouldnt be interested in returning to the club, but he certainly fits the description of someone who we should be looking at.
glensider
21/09/2006 05:53:00
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