The Villa Times - 24/10/2012
Unoial Villa News...
Sheriff says: Another week, another defeat...The Week In Villa (12)
Stephen Ireland was delighted to return against Fulham, but now he's looking to really push on this season and be at his best so we can start picking up points. Speaking to the Official Site Ireland admitted his arm hadn't fully healed yet and he did need the temporary cast on it to play, but after getting his shirt back against Fulham, he's now focused on giving the fans something to shout about when we host Norwich: Ireland Looking To Push On
Sean Verity has said that the players must learn the lessons from last month's Celtic tie in the NextGen and show an improvement on our second half performance....Verity Wants U19's To Kick It Up A Level
Villa v Norwich ticket info: www.avfc.co.uk
Matthew Lowton has said he believes Villa have the quality to turn our current predicament around if given time, because he doesn't believe we are playing that badly. Speaking to the Official Site Lowton talked about his frustration with the Villa result because of how close a game he felt it was, and one moment of sloppy defending has again cost us at least a point: Lowton Confident Our Fortunes Will Change
Vital Football is proud to get behind this remarkable fund raising event from young Jonjo Heuerman. My name is Jonjo, I am 10 years old, and you may have seen me on TV. Every year I walk from Wembley Stadium to West Ham United in memory of my Nanny and Bobby Moore, they both died from bowel cancer. I chose this walk route because Bobby played at both stadiums; he was only 51 when he died and my Nanny was 60. See: Jonjo Heuerman's Big Football Tag
Following our open training session at Villa Park, a few players have commented on it's success.... Players On Open Training Session
I'll let the quotes speak for themselves here given all the sensationalisation that goes on whenever you mention Darren Bent these days.... Bent To Respect Lambert's Decisions
Darren Bent has said he thinks we were worthy of a point against Fulham, and he also believes results will soon follow as Paul Lambert gets it right. Speaking to the Official Site about Fulham, Norwich and Lambert, Benty said: Bent On Fulham & Norwich
Paul Lambert has said he is remaining relaxed about the season because there are still 'country miles' to go in it. Speaking to the Official Site as the fans' frustration bubbles following the Fulham result, Lambert said he was staying relaxed and was just focused on training and preparing for the next game as we search for more wins: Country Miles To Go In The League For Lambert
Daniel Johnson has joined Yeovil on a one month youth loan deal.... See: Johnson Heads Out On Loan
Aston Villa have released a statement concerning what they describe as an 'inaccurate, misleading and distorted' article from the Mail On Sunday.... See: Club Respond To Mail On Sunday Claims
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