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Man Of The Match v Pompey (League Cup)

Villa's man of the match against Portsmouth as voted by you:

James Milner with 71% of the vote following his new central role. Looking good Jimmy!

Milner

Next up was Villa new boy Stewart Downing with 8% alongside Emile Heskey on the same.

Downing

Others:

Guzan 7%
Cuellar 2%
A. Young 2%
Agbonlahor 1%
Dunne 1%
Petrov 0%
Warnock 0%
L. Young 0%





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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday December 3 2009

Time: 10:46AM

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Going to be interesting seeing Jimmy develop, could be an awesome central midfielder, bad luck to Sidwell and NRC you'd assume?!
The Fear
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03/12/2009 10:48:00

Going to be interesting seeing Jimmy develop, could be an awesome central midfielder, bad luck to Sidwell and NRC you'd assume?!
The Fear
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03/12/2009 10:48:00

So it was a close one then?
Jayvfc
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03/12/2009 10:50:00

So it was a close one then?
Jayvfc
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03/12/2009 10:50:00

yes, nail biting really! lol
The Fear
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03/12/2009 10:58:00

yes, nail biting really! lol
The Fear
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03/12/2009 10:58:00

the main article picture looks class jon
Stig
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03/12/2009 11:24:00

the main article picture looks class jon
Stig
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03/12/2009 11:24:00

Totally agree Fear, the prospect of Ash, Jimmy, Stuart and Gabby I think is fantasic and is potentially a far better attacking unit than that of anything else the league has. Maybe take another 2-3 years still to fully gel, hopefully with the odd trophy on the way.
davidsands1982
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03/12/2009 13:51:00

Totally agree Fear, the prospect of Ash, Jimmy, Stuart and Gabby I think is fantasic and is potentially a far better attacking unit than that of anything else the league has. Maybe take another 2-3 years still to fully gel, hopefully with the odd trophy on the way.
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