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Where Will Villa Finish This Season?


Vital Villa asked in our last poll:
Season of transition, where will we finish?

Seems most think top ten at least with 48% going for that option.

36% are more positive and see another top six finish

8% have real faith and say top four leaving 8% saying lower than tenth.

Our latest poll asks who should be Villa captain.

Still Petrov for me, what say you?




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 13 2010

Time: 9:00AM

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So basically 82% of us think we are top 10 but some are more optimistic than others.
Revdpete
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13/10/2010 09:29:00

Im also going for 6th but with a good cup run
Super-Joel
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13/10/2010 10:56:00

Lifting a trophy would be simply wonderful for us Villans. Improving our league position would also be good. I expect a finish in the top 6 again this season. On the captaincy I reckon that Stan is the man for the moment with NRC for the (near) future.
andy5759
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13/10/2010 14:44:00

We have broken our necks the last couple of seasons to finish in the European spots and for what? Beaten by a team that is Coca Cola League standard.......give me a cup to shout about!
juddy
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13/10/2010 20:54:00

Who wouldn't want to win a trophy and cheer the boys to victory? However, economics tell us that to survive with or, as we hope, emulate the "big boys", then League placing and the financial rewards it brings, is paramount. We have a very good chairman, committed to the club, but also committed to running the club as a sound business. Taking the Milner transfer as an example, I am sure Mr Lerner would have no hesitation in selling other of our assets if it made us economic viable. Sorry, I think that's the way he thinks. I am sure that Mr Houllier has excellent ideas and we will benefit from them as his tenure unfolds, but I think us - and other clubs of our stature - will be working on a season by season status from now on, particularly as UEFA financial rules start to bite. My choice for captain: standout, Richard Dunne. Pleased the way NRC has kicked on this year, but as far as I am concerned, the jury is still out on that one. Would prefer to wait and see how he goes after a full season.
AVFCinOz
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13/10/2010 23:04:00

 

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