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The Villa Times - 11/11/2010

The Villa Times - 11/11/2010

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Roll up, roll up! We have an exclusive night for Lions members (how to join.... Click Here ) on Friday 19th November at the VMF restaurant. On top of this offer we will be giving each table of 4 a pitcher of ale or Lager, and a raffle prize of a Claret & Blue matchday experience for two at a game this season. Lions Night At VMF - Nov 19th

Curtis Davies has extended his loan at Leicester City until January.

Press transfer talk including Carew out and the new Drogba in! The New Drogba To Villa? Press Transfer Talk

Fieldy: The injury merry go round is in full force as we lose Steve Sidwell to his achilles surgery, but Gabby is fit enough for the bench. Gerard Houllier has announced on the Official Site today that Steve Sidwell is out for about a month after his achilles injury flared up and it was decided that under going his operation now would be in everyone's best interests." Full info: Gab's Back, Sidders Out, Reo Not As Bad As Feared

Earlier article on injuries: Another Player Injured - Take Your Boots Tomorrow!

Fieldy: Wee Barry Bannan has said that the host of changes made by Ian Holloway for last nights match, actually made it more difficult for the boys. Speaking on the Official Site following last nights roller coaster game Bannan dismissed suggestions that Villa had the advantage with Blackpool's accepted first team out, because the Seasiders had nothing to lose, and the players selected had everything to gain. Full article: Bannan On Blackpool And Scotland Call Up

Fieldy: Nathan Delfouneso has said he was overjoyed to get on the scoresheet in last nights clash against Blackpool, but he still doesn't understand why he had a goal ruled out. Speaking on the Official Site Delboy explained he was pleased he was able to grab his goal given the disappointment he felt following the referee's ludicrous decision to cancel out his true opener and his failure to find the net in our last match. 'It was a proud moment for me getting another goal in the Premier League, but the main thing is that we got the 3 points. 'Personally I felt disappointed that I didn't get a goal at Fulham, especially with the chances I had, I felt I should've done better.' Full article: Delfouneso - 'I Should've Had Two'

Fieldy: Villa have moved the Wet Spam and Arsenal matches to Hinckley United's Greene King Stadium. The Wet Spam clash on Monday (November 15) will kick off at 7pm, and our New Years clash against Arsenal on January 10th will also kick off at 7pm. Text coverage and commentary will no doubt be available on the Official Site as normal.

Tony McAndrew was overjoyed with the Fulham performance and was proud to see so many Academy graduates shining on the Premier League stage. Speaking on the Official Site McAndrew said he was delighted to see Albrighton, Bannan, Delfouneso and Clark play important parts in the game, and seeing the Academy have an impact on the substitutes bench with Hogg and Lichaj was also pleasing. Full quotes: McAndrew Chuffed With Progress

Taken from Carlos Cuellars' official facebook page: 'Carlos Cuellar, is injured and will be out between ten and fifteen days because a micro tear in the calf of his left leg.' Full article: Carlos Cuellar Out For 10-15 Days

Villa v Blackpool match report: Click Here
Stats: Click Here
Hercs in the dressing room post Blackpool: Click Here

Previous Villa Times: The Villa Times - 09/11/2010

Thought for the day: 'There is a fine line between 'being a football fan' and 'mental illness.'

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday November 11 2010
Time: 6:06PM

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I cannot recall such a previous occasion when we've suffered so many injuries at the same time. On the one hand of course, it means that our youngsters are being provided with the opportunity to step up to the plate and produce, but the downside is that we are missing experienced players whose presence in the starting line-up would be an important boost at this key stage of our season. I know I keep harping on about it, but I'm not keen, or indeed happy, about the reserve team fixtures being switched to Hinckley United's Greene King Stadium. I understand the reasons why, and it has to be admitted that Hinckley is hardly the other side of the country, but it still makes it more difficult to get along to these games and cheer our youngsters on.
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