Writer: J P Fear
Date:Monday September 14 2009
Unoial Villa News...
Villa reserves take on Pompey at Villa Park tonight (7pm kick off) details of team: Villa Reserves v Pompey At Villa Park Tonight
Martin O’Neill said of Capello in a report by Lisa Smith: 'I think he should be pleased with me! Obviously I pick some of his players week in, week out but then he picks some of mine!' Adding, 'I tend to have mostly young British players here and he would be more likely to come and watch Aston Villa than Arsenal.' Full article: www.sundaymercury.net
Great Villa t-shirts right here! http://www.vfootystores.co.uk/villa/
Derby post match coverage. I don't think you'll get more comprehensive pre and post match coverage than here on Vital!:
Villa Images - No Further Comments Needed: Click Here
Stats: Click Here
At Last - An Apology To David Gold! Click Here
Glensider At St Andrews: Click Here
MON post match on Sky and BBC: Click Here
More from MON post match: Click Here
Video Highlights: Click Here
Gabby Agbonlahor has said he was delighted to send the faithful home with smiles on their faces after his 84th minute goal against the Blues. Full quotes: Gabby Going Home Happy
Fabio Capello has defended Villa striker Emile Heskey: www.england.vitalfootball.co.uk
Villa v Blues wallpapers from the official site: www.avfc.co.uk
Portsmouth ticket offers: www.avfc.co.uk
James Collins told Sky Sports News that he'd not asked to leave West Ham and had enjoyed his time there but is happy to now be at Villa. On his debut yesterday he added: 'I was happy. It is always a bit of a funny game, your debut for a new club, but you obviously want to get off on the right foot with the fans and all the players and management.'
Richard Dunne said on AVTV after the game: 'It was a very intense derby. There was a lot of pressure on it and the atmosphere around the ground was really good. For us to come away here and put on a performance - I think we played really well and fully deserved the victory in the end - it was nice to get it towards the end of the game. Derby games always are battles - there is no fancy football in them usually.' Full quotes: http://www.avfc.co.uk
Mike Field: Fosters Or Guinness? That was the ultimate question posed to starlet Shane Lowry as he had to make his final choice on who to represent internationally. Quotes: Fosters Or Guinness?
Colin Davies returns, not singing the blues, rather singing about the win over Liverpool! Quality song as ever: VIDEO - The Man, The Legend Colin Davies Returns!
The Sheriff returns with another that was the week that was: The Week In Villa #55 (4/9/09 - 10/9/09)
There has been a fair amount of talk about the official site recently, even some feedback left in the General's thread and the club are looking to totally overhaul it. Now to do that so that we are all happy, they want our feedback - which makes sense ! Full details: Feedback Required For Official Site Revamp
This really is a great night out, Perry Barr dogs with the Former Players and Villa legends. Full details: Villa Legends Going To Dogs - You Can To
The ever excellent Steve Wade and his weekly column: Something For The Weekend (251)
Mike Field: Martin O'Neill has revealed that after his last breakdown, Wilfred the Fredster Bouma is back in training with the lads again now. Speaking on the official site O'Neill said he was back in light training and that Freddy's spirits were high, although he's still a fair way off the first team. Full article: Boum Boum's Back In Training
Mike Field: Martin O'Neill has dared Emile Heskey to become more selfish in front of goal and improve his goals to games ratio. Speaking to SSN O'Neill praised what Heskey brings to the pitch as a whole, but said he needs to become more selfish and get himself on the scoresheet far more often. Full article: Gaffer Challenges Heskey
Vital Villa fantasy league: Click Here
Viz thought for the day: Imagine my shock at getting a letter from my doctor advising me I only had a month to live but thankfully the letter was not for me but for my son with the same name who lives with us. Close call.
Date:Monday September 14 2009
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