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The Villa Times - 30/04/2012

The Villa Times - 30/04/2012

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I`ve got a signed framed shirt that I`m auctioning for Acorns: Click Here

McLeish Out day v Spurs: Click Here

AVFC94 asks what you`d do if you were manager: If You Were Manager?!?!

I think voiceoftheholte wants to put me out of business!!! Article: Polls Do More Harm Than Good?!

Just two games to go, the Vital Villa fantasy league table: Click Here

Turkish Penguin: I know there are 2 games left but I thought we`d get the appraisal done and dusted. Relegation or survival will not factor into this analysis; the season is 38+ games long and the last 2 will be a formality in terms of judging the manager`s success this season. It`s always good to start with the positives, so let`s take a look. Positives and negatives: A Thorough Ecksamination

Oh dear, oh dear. Alex explains why he didn`t go on the touchline v WBA... a chore would you believe! Article: A Chore For Alex McLeish.. A Chore For Villa Fans

Not sure why we are getting links with this manager seemingly 'gone` but hey, Brazilian defender Douglas linked: Click Here

Gordonsleftboot says: 'Be Careful What You Wish For' So Villa supporters are beginning to think that maybe within days their Number One hate target will be gone. In many ways it may be a relief if this is the case as a major distraction will be removed. But is it for the best longer term? Full article: Be Careful What You Wish For

Post Baggies:

Stats: Click Here
Manager reaction: Click Here

Jon Law: It`s been such a shit season, no-one wanted McLeish and many predicted the disaster we`re in happening, although most were willing to give it a go. The thing is, football is an incredibly emotional game and when we are emotional we don`t tend to act or think logically, we get carried away and there is a tendency to go over the top, to say the least. This was first evident with the protests at VP by fans disgruntled over the McLeish appointment. Gradually, over the season it has grown with even the most reasoned of Villa websites, such as Vital Villa, there have been many rather emotional outbursts. This has peaked after the Bolton debacle the other night. Full article: Emotional Fallout

Previous Villa Times: The Villa Times - 27/04/2012

Thought for the day: "Dad, what's a transvestite? asked the little boy. I don't know, ask your Mother he'll know!"

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday April 30 2012
Time: 4:48PM

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