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The Villa Times - 26/04/2010

The Villa Times - 26/04/2010


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Congratulations to Villa for gaining a place in Europe once again for next season. Villa are now guaranteed a place in the Interflora or Europa League, whatever they are calling it next time around, making it a the third season in a row. Villa have also beaten their previous points tally in the Premier League (62 was our record before I believe?) with 64 points and two games left to play.

The official site have an apology up at the moment: We would like to apologise for problems with the official website this afternoon. (Sunday 25/04) These were due to technical issues beyond our control.

Post Blues Coverage:

It was a penalty ... here are the images: Ladies & Gentlemen Of The Jury - PENALTY (Images)
Images of Villa fans having fun! Click Here
MON verdict: Click Here
Match report: It Wasn't Pretty - It WAS Our 6th Win!
Stats: Click Here
Image gallery from avfc: www.avfc.co.uk
Vital Wigan say penalty! www.wigan.vitalfootball.co.uk

Sundays press transfer talk including four Irishmen linked: Click Here

Saturday press transfer talk: Click Here

Friday's press transfer talk: Click Here

Vital Villa asked for your man of the match v Hull City. James Collins, who has been scoring low recently, won with 32%. Full results: Click Here

Villa are offering supporters a new way of watching the most talked about event of the year - the end-of-season awards dinner. You can now enjoy the prestigious event live in a more relaxed and informal environment. The big night happens on Wednesday May 5 in the Holte Suite and tickets to the main event are extremely limited but as an alternative why not watch the event at a live screening in the 1874 suite. Full article: End Of Season Awards To Be Screened

Congratulations to Villa's Head Groundsman, Jonathan Calderwood, who has picked up the Premier League Groundsman of the Year Award. I'm sure the last few seasons this was won by the Arsenal groundsman, so great to grab it for Villa Park which lets be honest, has been supreme this season and most of the previous ones.

Martin O'Neill has admitted that Fabian Delph was obviously down in the dumps after finding out he'd been out of action for 8 odd months, but he doesn't believe it will take him long to bounce back. Full article: O'Neill Has High Hopes For Delph

The ever excellent Something For The Weekend: Click Here

Post Hull:

Glensiders match report: Click Here
Stats: Click Here
MON verdict: Click Here
Hercs post Hull in the dressing room: Click Here

Thought for the day: Its funny you know. I shouted AAAARRRGGGHHH! in the local Library and everyone just stared. I did the same thing on a trans-Atlantic flight, and everyone joined in


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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday April 26 2010
Time: 9:00AM

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