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Villa - Pay This Weeks Wages To Acorns

Villa - Pay This Weeks Wages To Acorns

Just a very brief and measured suggestion.

According to one of our posters (The Real Neil) and his stats book, this is our worst defeat since 1964 when we lost 7-0 to Manchester United.

Ok, to the players and management staff.

You did that, now make reparation.

Pay this weeks wages - which by that stat I think it is fair to say you've not earnt - to Acorns.

Every man Jack of you.

That would go some way to show the fans you are sorry for the abjectly disgusting display and show some real decency and understanding, especially to those faithful fans who put so much of their time and effort (not to mention the rip off prices at Stamford Bridge) to cheer you on from start to finish.

Fair comment as far as I can see. Would be surprised to see this polite suggestion slated but then, I've been wrong before!

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Saturday March 27 2010
Time: 5:23PM

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Worst scoreline in 46 Years then? A very reasonable suggestion Mr Fear. It might, just might, demonstrate that the players understand the seriousness of the result and the non-performance.
JimmyG
27/03/2010 17:31:00
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AGREED!!
deano.avfc
27/03/2010 17:31:00
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It might have been a case of the players being out on their feet today.(I don't understand how we seem to be the only team who gets tired in March)
Pking
27/03/2010 17:34:00
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Didnt wigan refund all the travelling fans? Same in this instance definitely. Disgusting
goodb_2
27/03/2010 17:41:00
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for sure something for those loyal fans who sang from start to finish but I'd like to see manager, coaches and players make this sort of gesture so they understand fully and show they understand fully AND lets face it, it would be the only positive that could possibly be taken from today.
The Fear
27/03/2010 17:50:00
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Could we donate Mr O'Neil to Acorns?
ant1ant1
27/03/2010 18:01:00
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Could we donate Mr O'Neil to Acorns?
ant1ant1
27/03/2010 18:01:00
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I love the sentiment but then it`s spun as a positive,keep this in their minds and donate all future win bonus to the charity as an apology for this debacle.
ASPINALL
27/03/2010 18:06:00
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We are still the villa. Known worse. But still at my lowest. Thank god only one game before we meet them again.UP THE VILLA.
Villaninthemerde
27/03/2010 18:25:00
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£48 that cost me. Won't be spending that again this season I'm afraid. I just can't afford/justify it.
evoflash
27/03/2010 18:37:00
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