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The Villa Times - 13/02/2012

The Villa Times - 13/02/2012

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Richard Dunne has taken his turn to back the manager valiantly today. Speaking to the Official Site after all the negative press this week, Dunney is the next in line to explain how good a manager Alex is off the pitch. Full quotes: Richard's Dunne McLeish A Favour

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Title says it all really: Dunne Out For Eight Weeks

Gabby Agbonlahor and Gary Gardner will be in attendance at Villa Village on Tuesday. It's the usual meet, greet and sign merchandise brought on the day dealio. The players should be turning up between 12.30pm and 1.30pm but as ever players and times are subject to change.

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Alex McLeish says there will be money to be spent in the summer and we have our first transfer links in and out: AVFC Summer Transfer Talk Already!!!

2big4seatswannastand asks Is McLeish's Luck Running Out?

Post Man City:

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Not a record to be proud of this, our worst home run since ........ McLeish Sets New Premiership Record For Villa

An email update sent by Bryan Jones, head of the Academy. Think I'm ok to publish this! *********** First of all I would like to thank those of you who came out in force to cheer on the U19 team in the NextGen Series quarter-final against Marseille. The atmosphere created by the 3,500 supporters at Villa Park made the occasion feel even greater for our young players. We are extremely proud of the way the team performed, although we are disappointed not to be progressing to a semi-final against Inter Milan. Full article: Bryan Jones Communicates With Fans

Alex McLeish has said so far he has no plans to allow Fabian Delph to extend his loan spell at his former club, Leeds United. The midfielders initial loan ends in a fortnight's time and he has been getting some good game time whilst back at Elland Road but the club have so far failed in their efforts for an extension. Full article: Delph Set To Return?

The club and fans alike have been saddened by the news that former player Eamonn Deacy has passed following a heart attack earlier this morning. Article: RIP Eamonn Deacy

Previous Villa Times: The Villa Times - 10/02/2012

Thought for the day: "I was in London today and jumped into a black cab. I said, 'Waterloo, mate.' He said, 'The station?' 'Well, I'm a bit late for the war.'

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday February 13 2012
Time: 7:23PM

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