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O'Neill post-match FA Cup AUDIO

Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill admits his disappointment after his sides' injury time loss to Manchester United at Old Trafford in the FA Cup 3rd Round, insisting his side need re-enforcements as the squad is thread-bare.


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Date:Sunday January 7 2007

Time: 7:13PM

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Havent felt so disappointed in such a long time at the outcome of a game, but its good to hear MON's comments and observations. We shook 'em up a bit Martin. They wont be so confident and cocky at meeting us again next weekend now. But if he's still with the club, play Milan Baros from the start please.
glensider
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07/01/2007 23:45:00

thread-bare also wins the "Understatement of the year award" OK give Baros a run, I have to say JPA was nothing short of useless. He also needs a move ............ but the current squad prevents anyone else filling the strikers role. Sutton would be an automatic start if he was fit, how sad is that! Taking nothing from the player but we should have more in our locker than 30+ in for one season striker.
col8
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08/01/2007 07:40:00

Yes, agree col. JPA is just sadly lacking right now. A passenger.
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02/03/2007 15:13:00

 

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