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Man Of The Match v Stoke + New Poll!

Vital Villa asked for your man of the match vote for the Villa v Stoke game.

Stiliyan Petrov, who kicked off the scoring at the end of the first half won with 66% of the votes. He really has become a fans favourite has he not!?

James Milner and Brad Friedel both got 9% with Gareth Barry just behind on 7%

That left:

Carew 4%
L.Young 3%
Cuellar 1%
Knight 1%
Carew 4%

Our latest poll was suggested by eltoro. I emailed to make sure he really wanted it asked to which he replied:

Yep, course I want it as a poll - it'd be quite funny! See who's more disliked between Platt and Gray. Whenever I see them on the TV when Villa are playing, they both have negative things to say about us constantly. I find this astonishing when you think of what Martin O'Neil has done over the last few years. I even mute the TV when they're on cos I'm sick of listening to them - it's as though they have to support the other team to distance themselves from Villa. Unlike Phil Thompson, Liverpool, Mark Lawrenson, Liverpool, Linekar, Leicester & Spurs, Shearer, Blackburn & Newcastle, who've always got good things to say about the teams they used to play for.

Platt & Gray - if I have to listen to them say once more about how Lampard is 'world class', I'll go mental - not that he isn't world class, but I don't need to be told it 30 times every half!!!

And, I will try to find a mini-pinata and maybe next time they're down at the Villa, you could award them with their trophy for winning the poll!


So there you go, who is the biggest numptie Villa wise, Gray or Platt.... oh and if like me you don't know what a pinata is: Click Here




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 2 2009

Time: 7:25PM

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Today I have learned what a piñata is. This is becoming a rather highbrow blog, innnit? Andy Gray has p*ssed me off ever since he went on Sky, I don't think he even wanted to admit having played for us. As for Platt; the name says it all doesn't it, (if you're Japanese that is).
andy5759
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02/03/2009 19:52:00

Where's the option for 'Both' ...
BobTheBuilder
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02/03/2009 22:35:00

Platt gets my vote.
Adam Deuce
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02/03/2009 23:49:00

 

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