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Vital Villa Poll Predicts Villa Win!

Vital Villa Poll Predicts Villa Win!

Vital Villa asked what you thought the result would be in the Villa v Chelsea match on Sunday.

Looks like some have optimism as 47% have predicted a win. 34% opted for what seems like the habitual Chelsea draw and just 19% think the might claret and blues are in for a loss.

Our latest poll, suggested by Lion82, asks what you thought of the transfer window. After that, we'll move on from talking about transfers hopefully!



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Saturday September 1 2007
Time: 1:50PM

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How come a poll on hear prdicts a win, yet most other posts reckon MON is crap and our squad is average at the best ????? Chelsea are beatable, not often, but stranger things have happened, I go to Villa Park to support the team to a win, so lets hope the recent signs of what we can do, happens tomorrow for longer and that they step up to the challenge of a very talented opponent. we have the talent, lets hope three points of the big boys can push our season forward at a bit of pace. Mmmmmm the chicken balti pies are awesome aswell, can't be bad.
astonmilan
01/09/2007 14:16:00
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you never know....us on a good day them on a bad one etc........i'm with you astonmilan.....chicken balti pies for sunday dinner mmmmmmm........shame i've got to swill it down with carlsberg though and not carling.....where has the carling gone....can we start a campaign to get carling back?...keep the faith
imavillan
01/09/2007 14:27:00
0
did I really expect the poll to go any other way :-)
merlin
01/09/2007 14:35:00
0
imavillan...the bottled Carlsberg is twice as good as the draught....but only half as good as the Carling.....in Milan, I get a glass bottle of becks and a lasagne for three euro's....lets start a campaign for this instead...
astonmilan
01/09/2007 16:00:00
0
surely you aren't suggesting the poll was biased merlin! :o)))
The Fear
01/09/2007 16:45:00
0
They were selling cider up stoke. any chance?
silkie villain
01/09/2007 18:10:00
0
Would be happy with a draw.
Dannygav
01/09/2007 20:42:00
0
I'll cheer em on, if defence is good and lampard is out we COULD maybe win, but draw would do, we'd be ahead of the heath
Lions82
01/09/2007 21:01:00
0
Dammit we're so optimistic
evoflash
02/09/2007 02:20:00
0
The polls are seldom wrong Pftt
col8
03/09/2007 07:04:00
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