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Sod The TV, Get To Villa Park!

Sod The TV, Get To Villa Park!

The BBC have just announced that the 3rd tie between Aston Villa and Manchester United will be screened live on BBC1

The match will take place on Saturday January 5 with a stupid kick off time 5.15pm

For Gods sake you berks, what is wrong with a bit of tradition and a 3pm kick off.

The game is run by fools I tells ya!

Anyway, sod the tv, lets pack the stadium and shout our boys to the 4th round.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday December 3 2007
Time: 6:04PM

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Here, here...the atmosphere was great in the second half in the Holte.We stood for most of the time with everyone getting behind the team.So get down VP and let Mr Ferguson know, that we owe them guys, for last year and the 4 nil result this season.So dust off your trumpets,get out your foghorns, whistles,clackers.Hey, if you play the bloody spoons bring them down and all.Let's create a wall of sound and get behind the lads.Let's draw a line...and let no one cross it.This is Aston Villa, and we are ready to go to WAR!!! UTV
OneloveVilla
03/12/2007 18:35:00
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Of all the kick off times I hate the 5.15 pm ones. Its anti social.
Donzarra
03/12/2007 18:40:00
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Who will care about the time after we have won? - and I really think we will.
Gordonsleftboot
03/12/2007 18:53:00
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5.15 is the best kick off i think, loads of time to get drunk in the day, and you get to town just as it starts to get busy......and the atmosphere is always much much better
Bearvill
03/12/2007 18:55:00
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I'll be waving from the Holte end at Gary Lineker and co. I dont mind 5:15pm kick offs to be honest because I think for some reason the atmosphere picks up at night games.
villabikes29
03/12/2007 19:33:00
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Its vital we fill the place and create an atmosphere like we did in the 2nd half against the Arse....away teams get extra tickets for the FA Cup so they will bring more than they did in the league game.....and if you remember the league game you'll remember the anti England songs....they are so much up their own Arsenal its untrue....so many chips on those shoulders....with a full house and a roaring Holte End who knows.....every dog has his day....when it comes victory will be sweet and defeat for them will be bitter....but will they be able to take it....i somehow doubt it.....bring it one
imavillan
03/12/2007 19:44:00
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what makes you lot think this wont be a sell out? Man u get 6,000 tickets so that only means we need 35k home fans.
danvilla2
04/12/2007 00:52:00
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Get down there! We have GOT to beatr them sooner or later and dont you wanna say you were there when it happened!
DeanoVilla
04/12/2007 09:16:00
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I too prefer the 5.15 kick off, much better atmosphere I think. We are surely due to turn this shower over? The crowd will be our twelth man, the law of averages the thirteenth. Bring 'em on. Huddersfield at home in round four.
glensider
04/12/2007 17:28:00
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Well no doubt struggle to get anywhere near capacity for this one. The F.A. Cup just isn't the draw it once was. Sad, but true.
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22/02/2008 18:21:00
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