The Villa Times - 03/12/2010
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Newsletter 9: Aston Villa FPA Newsletter - 9
Richard Dunne Under The Spotlight by astvil123 Richard Dunne joined Villa towards the start of last year and slotted in well into a backline including James Collins, Stephen Warnock and Carlos Cuellar. Full article: Richard Dunne Under The Spotlight
Wadey: 'Klaatu barada nikto' Those are the words which Michael Rennie tells Patricia Neal, in the film The Day The Earth Stood Still, must speak to the robot Gort, to stop him destroying the Earth, and as I searched for some emotional intelligence in my reeling soul, I was saying roughly the same to myself on Wednesday night, as I tried to avoid breaking the furniture, in response to Villa's howlingly disappointing performance, at the place they call the sty. Full column: Something For The Weekend (310)
Post Blues blues!
Hercs: Hercs in the Dressing Room After City
Managers reaction: Houllier And Luke Young Post Match Reaction
Villa man of the match v Blues: Click Here
Stats: Click Here
Glensider match report: Click Here
It`s a funny old game. Already some have made up their mind about our manager Gerard Houllier despite the injuries he`s had to face + the fact he`s not had time to stamp his identity on the team yet with any purchases. Anyway, our latest poll asks what you think of the situation. + heated debate link! Article: The Houllier Situation
Transfer news: Aston Villa Press Transfer Talk
More transfer crap, whoops, sorry, I meant news...: West Ham Striker Linked + Spurs Link Again!!!!
The club are holding another Family Fun Day for our upcoming clash against the Baggies, which a host of pre match activities. December 11 sees the Baggies attend Villa Park and given last nights result not only is the game clearly a must win to get some points on the league table, but it's also a must win to restore some pride amongst the faithful. Full article: Family Fun Day For Albion
David Cameron joins in with Mystic and Lawro! Prime Minster & Mystic Mug Say Villa Win!
Barry Bannan is doubtful for the Liverpool clash following a groin strain, but Heskey and Albie are back in training. Speaking on the Official Site Gerard Houllier confirmed that Bannan was substituted against Blues because of a groin injury and that it's doubtful he will have recovered by the time we face Liverpool. Full article: Another One Out, But Two Back In Training
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Thought for the day: INSOMNIA SUFFERERS.... Look on the bright side, only 3 more sleeps until Christmas
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