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McLeish Out Day-6th May 2012-Aston Villa v Spurs

McLeish Out Day-6th May 2012-Aston Villa v Spurs

Press & folks, remember this isn't arranged by Vital Villa, we are neutral and simply the publisher.

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The aim of the day is simple, to get Alex McLeish removed from his position as Aston Villa manager.

We do not need to bore you with the facts and go on about McLeish`s awful record as Villa boss, as it is common knowledge by now.

This will not just be a "normal" protest, the idea of this is to generate as much publicity as possible which will increase the pressure on our board to act, or for McLeish to do the honourable thing and walk away.

We intend to meet before the game at 13.00 to begin the demonstration against him by the William McGregor Statue; we will have 30,000 A4 flyers to distribute which will contain a simple message to both Randy Lerner and Paul Faulkner.

We ask all fans to hold their flyer high above their head when the teams come out and also to keep them for the lap of honour at the end of the game.

If you have had enough of the direction the club is taking under McLeish, now is the time to make a stand. There will also be other things planned for the day and we will keep you posted leading up to the game.

We need to get the next 2 home games out of the way and hopefully we will have picked up enough points to ensure our safety by the time the Spurs game arrives.

If we can get as many fans involved in this as possible surely they can`t ignore us, especially with the expected abysmal Season Ticket sales.

For more details or to donate to the flyer fund please visit www.McLeishOut.co.uk(we need your help!)

Up the Villa!

Chris

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Writer:McLeishOut.co.uk
Date:Tuesday April 17 2012
Time: 8:22PM

Comments

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What will the flyers say?
Stephen Jay Hawkings
17/04/2012 20:40:00
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mcliesh out.. hes here for the long run... we just gotta accept it! im afraid :( but ill join in!
Tr1dent
17/04/2012 20:43:00
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i'VE BOYCOTTED THIS SEASON, BUT I MAY GET A TICKET FOR THIS JUST TO JOIN IN, ACTION NEEDS TO BE TAKEN, ITS TIME WE ALL UNITED, WE CAN'T GO INTO NEXT SEASON WITH MCGASH IN CHARGE AS WE ALL KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT.
coe82
17/04/2012 20:50:00
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imo this should only go ahead if we are mathmatically safe! if we (god forbid) need points to stay up then i fail to see a protest helping the situation. Agree with Tr1dent, he is here for the long run. If this goes ahead the spearhead should definitely be 'its not where you come from, its where you are taking us'
goodb_2
17/04/2012 20:51:00
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Not keen on manager protests and as goodb 2 says, we need safety more than anything else, but respect those doing it, just hope you get a few thousand there otherwise you will set back what many want and re enforce the thought it is a vocal minority.
The fear
17/04/2012 21:09:00
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Hasve asked a people to submit designs for one so we can then have a vote!
www.McLeishOut.co.uk
17/04/2012 21:10:00
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I think we wil get a good turn out and people will raise the flyers. He has had almost the season now and its been a disaster, and it will get worse.
www.McLeishOut.co.uk
17/04/2012 21:24:00
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Just like Newcastle did against Pardew. Blame your board not your ex blue manager
scott79
17/04/2012 21:31:00
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Can i ask why vital villa are neutral? Are you satisfied with the way things are going or are you just being like the Birmingham Mail and are too scared to publish what you really think? Lost a lot if respect for vital villa now
craigy1874
17/04/2012 21:38:00
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Just noticed in the article the website address is wrong, ut the link works though
www.McLeishOut.co.uk
17/04/2012 21:39:00
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