The Villa Times - 13/01/2012
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Alex McLeish has sent a letter out to all season ticket holders (if they have a current, registered and non unsubscribed email address) and defends his record and says it is a myth that he is a defensive manager! Letter: Open Letter From Alex McLeish To ST Holders
Something for the weekend: Click Here
Ciaran Clark has said he never contemplated a loan move as he was happy to wait for his chance knowing he could make an impression. Speaking to Setanta Clarkie said: Clark Never Considered Leaving
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Hercs pre Everton: Click Here
Mystic Mug v Lawro before Everton: Click Here
Robbie Keane, good signing? Poll results: Click Here
Villa's FA Cup 4th Round game at Arsenal will be on Sunday 29th Jan - 4pm kick off. ESPN are covering it.
After 10 odd years, Robbie Keane has finally signed... well, sort of, for 2 months anyway: Loans Are A Joke! Robbie Keane Signs
Darren Bent says his ex Spurs team mate is a top and clever signing from Villa, and he's looked razor sharp in training. Speaking to the Herald our record signing said of Robbie Keane: Keane Is Razor Sharp - Bent
Marc Albrighton has insisted that Robbie Keane is not past his best and he believes he'll be an asset for us whilst on loan. Speaking to Talksport Albie said that he expected Keane to have a huge impact during his two month loan spell. 'It's a great signing for us, he's been brilliant throughout his career, he's going to bring a lot to this squad. He's already shown glimpses in training. He's not lost it.'
With the arrival of Robbie Keane, Nathan Delfouneso has been told to find himself a club for a loan spell and come back a man. Speaking to Setanta McLeish said he would now listen to offers for Delboy so he could get some proper pitch time under his belt. 'A loan for Nathan is something we'll think about. It would be great if Nathan got regular football and came back from being a boy into a man.' Full article: Delfouneso Has To Grow Up?
Darren Bent believes his injury niggles are now behind him and he's targeting Everton as the start of a scoring run. Speaking to the Official Site Bent said he feels on the right track now and he's determined to get back to top form. Article: Darren No Longer Bent By Injuries
The Villa oldboys are taking part in a tribute match for youngster Harry Moseley. The match between the Oldies and a fans XI kicks off at 2.30pm on January 15 at Sutton Coldfield Town Football Ground in Coles Lane. Old Stars In Action For Harry Moseley
Poll on Given and Guzan: Poll Result. Fans Split On Guzan/Given
Title says it all, well worth going if you are around, great games ! Article: Marseille Clash Free For Season Ticket Holders
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