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Albrighton Disappointed With Own Form

Marc Albrighton has admitted he has been disappointed with his own form this season, but he's determined to push on and be as useful as he was last campaign.

Speaking to the Official Site Albie said his confidence had took a dip following a tough start, but he thinks he's slowly getting back to his best after working hard in training and picking himself up in reserve outings.

'It has been a tough season for me so far. I have not hit the form that I'd like to and I've been disappointed and beaten myself up about my own performances. My confidence has been a bit low so to come and play for the reserves has been great to help build it back up.'

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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 13 2011

Time: 3:55PM

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ups and downs,always happens when young players are breaking through, he'll be fine!
The Fear
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13/10/2011 16:31:00

he wasnt given a proper first 11 chance imo.
Gruck
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13/10/2011 16:42:00

I don't think he can even say his form has been bad he hasn't been played enough, to have form you need a run of at least 3 or 4 games especially for a young lad, really see this lad as a bright star if given the chance which in my opinion he should be especially ahead of Heskey of even N'Zogbia who REALLY IS off form.
KerryVillian
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13/10/2011 16:55:00

Refreshing to see a young lad putting his hand up and being disappointed with his own form and working hard in training. Good attitude, you'll come back stronger Albie.
Pride of Lions
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13/10/2011 17:16:00

Albie baby dont worry kido ur one of my fave players at villa, you have played more good overall than bad and luv to take a player on! thats what we wanna see you need more game time as kerry n co say, i wish we could write the kid a positve article to him or email he needs to realise we need him and we beleive in him
ClivetheVillan
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13/10/2011 21:37:00

 

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