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The Villa Times - 26/02/2012

The Villa Times - 26/02/2012

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Reza: The Wigan debacle is just a continuation of the diminishing stature of a once proud club. Aston Villa's 11th draw is so familiar in the West Mids. Its an Alex McLeish trademark. One that has seen Birmingham City relegated twice in three seasons. Full article: Villa Fans - GATVOL

Strong words from astvil123 ... FINALLY The Blame Is Aimed At The Aston Villa Board! I'm hearing people say Randy Lerner needs to admit he made a mistake and sack Alex McLeish. Some are calling for Randy to go, but most are now realising Randy Lerner has no idea how to appoint a football manager successfully. Alex McLeish has become the latest failure. Full article: Blame Aimed At The Aston Villa Board?

Post Wigan away reaction:

Manager reaction: Click Here
Stats: Click Here
Fans have turned: Click Here
Eck refuses to criticise the fans: Click Here
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear: Click Here
Images on official site: Click Here
Match report on Vital Wigan: Click Here

Wigan fan: This is the truth as I see it,(no wind up).. Today Aston Villa were the worst team to pitch up at the DW Stadium by a country mile. I mean we are crap,but I was staggered today by Villa`s negativity,it was if they had turned up to play Man Yoo or Citeh.Talk about `parking the bus`,they made us look decent,and believe me that takes some doing. I felt sorry for the 4000 travelling fans who payed good money to watch that shit,I agree with them,McLeish needs to go. Forum thread: Click Here

Darren Bent will have a scan on Monday to see the extent of his ankle injury: Click Here

By Paul Brown.. Robbie Keane has not ruled out appearing in a Villa shirt again - after what he hopes will be the perfect swansong to his present loan from LA Galaxy with three points at Wigan tomorrow. Keane goes back to the USA on Sunday after a cracking two-month loan spell in claret and blue. The Republic of Ireland ace says he's 'open-minded' about the possibility of donning the Villa jersey again for a similar temporary stint when the MLS season goes on hiatus in 12 months time. He said: 'I've really enjoyed it. It's been great. Full article: www.avfc.co.uk

Previous Villa Times: The Villa Times - 24/02/2012

Thought for the day: "Today, at school during RE, my teacher asked the question, 'What's a hindu?' To which one of the class chavs replied, 'Lays eggs ya' stupid twit.'

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