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Petrov - The Villa Goals Will Come

Stiliyan Petrov says his first goal for Aston Villa isn't far away.

The midfielder went close again at Goodison Park only to be foiled by Toffees keeper Tim Howard (bloody American's !!! ;) on Saturday but Petrov says:

'As long as you have chances, you try and you work hard, the goals will come. When? We'll see. I forced a couple of saves on Saturday but that's football. A lot of people keep asking me when I will score for Villa and all I can say is that the goal will come. I will keep trying and it will come.'

I'd be more worried with Petrov's lack of goals if he was a striker like Baros who looks like he couldn't buy a goal at the moment.




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 13 2006

Time: 3:22PM

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Memo for Petrov talk is cheap Sir. Produce the goods.
still skeggy
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13/11/2006 15:25:00

Thought he played well at the weekend. The 1st goal will be a big weight off his shoulders and we'll then see the best of a more relaxed Stan.
DeanoVilla
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13/11/2006 15:56:00

Obviously bothering him. but it shouldn't, he's supplying enough to the strikers not to let it bother him!!!
BaldyYid
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13/11/2006 15:57:00

It will come but agree he is getting enough balls to the ones that matter!
Cravens
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13/11/2006 16:16:00

Its always nice for your midefield to score but when your a provider its not essential in my eyes
TuBBz
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13/11/2006 17:05:00

Thought he had his best game since the Chelsea game back in September. Quality footballer. He'll prove his worth in seasons to come.
glensider
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13/11/2006 19:31:00

He just needs time to really settle in. Maybe it will be next season before we see the very best of him.
glensider
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17/03/2007 02:59:00

 

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