The Villa Times - 22/02/2012
Unoial Villa News...
Picture gallery: Weimann treble/Herd return in focus after Baggies win. Full article: www.avfc.co.uk
Injury update on Gabby etc: Gabby Back And Other Players Injury Update
Carlos Cuellar has said he is looking forward to getting an extended run in the first team following the injury to Richard Dunne. Full quotes: Cuellar Looking Forward To Extended Run
A number of Villans have been selected in the FAI's annual awards ceremony. The first category might be a bit of a cheat, but so what. The winners will be announced on Sunday at 8pm and will be live on RTE2 for those who know how to view it. Full article: Villans Looking For FAI Glory
Poll results, would you like Robbie Keane permanently: Click Here
Villa's away game v Manchester United has been selected by Sky. Darn it! The clash was set for April 14th at 3pm but will now be played Sunday April 15th with a 4pm kick-off.
The silly title says it all really: Delphinately Out - Another Ankle Injury
Eric Lichaj is fit and raring to go again after recovering from his hip injury, and he's told Alan Hutton to watch his back. Speaking to Sky Sports the 23 year old said: Lichaj Targets First Team
Stephen Warnock has said signing Shay Given was a brilliant piece of business by the club and he adds that we are reaping the rewards of his talent between the sticks. Speaking to the Official Site our left back said: Warnock Praises Given
Villa v Baggies reserves stats: Click Here
Official site match report: Click Here
AVTV video highlights: Click Here
CustardCream: Strange how the same thing seems to happen every week isn`t it? Talking of repetitive scenarios last week saw the creation of yet another 'fans movement`. Sharing the previous week`s 'McLeish Out` theme, it offered very little other than a Twitter account and the desire not to have Alex McLeish as manager of Aston Villa anymore. Full article: De Ja Vu - Boo Hoo. Treat Us Like Adults
Some pre-Wigan coverage:
Thorypuk on the crunch game this weekend: Wigan - The Season's CRUNCH Game
Bent Wants Back To Back Wins
Match thread: Click Here
Gary Gardner has said he is looking forward to bagging his first goal in the Premiership, and he hopes when he does, it'll be the first of many. Speaking to the Official Site the 19 year old midfielder said he loved scoring goals, as his record shows, and he wants to be prolific in the first team aswell. Full quotes: Gardner Looking Forward To Breaking League Duck
Our home clash against Bolton which was scheduled for March 17 will have to be rearranged following Bolton's progression in the FA Cup.
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