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Manager 'Devastated' As Villa Capitulate v Chelsea

Manager 'Devastated' As Villa Capitulate v Chelsea

Martin O'Neill has spoken about a 'tough lesson' at Stamford Bridge today and admits that Villa 'capitulated' making it a 'devastating' result for him.

'It was as devastating as I've had in the game. I've been in the game as a player and a manager quite some considerable time and you get taught quite a few lessons on the way and that was a tough as any.'

He says they know they'll have to do better at Wembley.

'We have to fight back and we intend to do so. From our own viewpoint, that wasn't good enough. In terms of finishing fourth - on that performance we wouldn't finish 44th.

No commentary or comment from me needed.

Full quotes: www.avfc.co.uk


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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Saturday March 27 2010
Time: 7:39PM

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Dunno what happened to your boys today. Not impressed with them trying to ruin the title race. At least this will put an end to all the Martin O'Neill to succeed Fergie nonsense. I've got more chance of getting the job.
tuscan3000
27/03/2010 19:51:00
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Dunno what happened to your boys today. Not impressed with them trying to ruin the title race. At least this will put an end to all the Martin O'Neill to succeed Fergie nonsense. I've got more chance of getting the job.
tuscan3000
27/03/2010 19:51:00
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But it isn't form on this one game, can anyone remember the last time we won two league games in a row, it is relegation form and has been for a while, 3 wins in 14, 1 win in last 7 home league games, hello wakey wakey
ant1ant1
27/03/2010 19:53:00
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But it isn't form on this one game, can anyone remember the last time we won two league games in a row, it is relegation form and has been for a while, 3 wins in 14, 1 win in last 7 home league games, hello wakey wakey
ant1ant1
27/03/2010 19:53:00
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nice to see his not blaming the boo boys for the team being disappointing again!! We need our mojo back!!
evans1874
27/03/2010 20:12:00
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nice to see his not blaming the boo boys for the team being disappointing again!! We need our mojo back!!
evans1874
27/03/2010 20:12:00
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bad day at the office, the office, the office, the office, the office, the office, the office,......cheque please.......beware the March hare......taxi for Villa :-(
imavillan
27/03/2010 20:18:00
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bad day at the office, the office, the office, the office, the office, the office, the office,......cheque please.......beware the March hare......taxi for Villa :-(
imavillan
27/03/2010 20:18:00
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On that performance MON you would be lucky not to get relegated no need to even mention top four that just makes the embaressment worse.
TeddyLyon
27/03/2010 20:29:00
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On that performance MON you would be lucky not to get relegated no need to even mention top four that just makes the embaressment worse.
TeddyLyon
27/03/2010 20:29:00
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