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Juan Pablo Angel Backed For Pens

Vital Villa asked, in a poll suggested by MCMLXXXII, who should take the penalties for Aston Villa.

Looks like Juan Pablo Angel has had a massive thumbs up because despite his weakly taken (but still converted via the re-bound) penalty against Scunthorpe, 48% still say he should be our penalty taker.

31% backed Stiliyan Petrov and 16% said Gareth Barry should take them.

Just 2% said Luke Moore and 2% Steven Davis leaving Milan Baros with a mystifyingly low 1% of the vote.




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 29 2006

Time: 3:50PM

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barry's been overlooked again.whats the chap got to do to get recognised.
JASON
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29/09/2006 17:21:00

YOU MUST BE MAD! Angel's crap at penalties. Barry alll the way, i know he's missed a few but Pablo really is poor with pens
danvilla2
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29/09/2006 19:22:00

Who ever takes them I hope we get one today. Come on You Lions.
Donzarra
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30/09/2006 08:35:00

Barry and Angel are both poor at pens. Give Petrov a go, I'm sure he wouldn't miss.
DeanoVilla
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01/10/2006 10:31:00

I'd personally go with Gareth's power any time, but as long as JPA tucks them away, who cares?
glensider
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30/03/2007 22:03:00

Thinking about it more, theres not too many players whose penalty taking capabilities we know of. Would imagine though that Stan Petrov could step up if needed.
glensider
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30/03/2007 22:05:00

 

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