Writer: Dan Jones
Date:Tuesday September 16 2008
Following the game, do you feel it was a fair result?
As I said on my Spurs front page article, Spurs were lucky to lose only 2-1. The result from Villa`s point of view was not fair as 4 or 5 nil would have been a better representation of the game.
Did any of the Villa players surprise or impress you?
The whole team impressed me as they were too good for Spurs on the night. In particular, I thought Gareth Barry made the game look so easy.
How do you feel about Ramos after the defeat? Will he be given time to turn it around?
It is not just this defeat; I never have been convinced by Ramos. Tottenham do have a habit of sacking managers early on in the season and I would expect him to be gone if Spurs are still in the bottom 3 after 10 games.
How well do you feel Spurs will do this season?
At the moment I would take anything outside the relegation Zone. However, I would still like to think that we could get inside the top 10.
How well do you feel Aston Villa will do this season?
I do not see anyone breaking into the top 4. However, Villa will surely be a strong contender for 5th place.
Do you think Spurs will win the game at Villa Park in March?
On the basis of last night performance, not a cats chance in hell!
And finally, is there anything you would like to add?
Yes I would like explain my comments on my first interview.
I honestly meant my comments to be a wind up and get people talking. I must say that at the time, I thought it would be good for the Vital website. On reflection, I was wrong!
I therefore apologise to fear and the rest of the Vital Villa website for any of my remarks that were received in a different manor than intended.
Finally, I think you have a very good side and as visitor to places such as Aldridge, Sutton Coldfield and Solihull, the Greater Birmingham area is not a bad place at all. Just keep me away from the M6 ?
I look forward to doing an interview in March with you guys.
Many thanks to Paxton53 of Vital Spurs for his interview.
Date:Tuesday September 16 2008
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