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The Villa Times - 26/11/2012

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The Reading coverage begins: An Interview With A Reading Fan

Gordon Cowans has said that Paul Lambert is the man to get it right at the Villa, and he's been delighted with the progression of our youngsters. Speaking to Talksport Cowans said the future was bright for Villa, we just need to continue to be patient: Cowans Backs Lambert

Video of Twang dude Phil Etheridge on his love of Villa: Twang Star On His Love Of Villa (VIDEO)

John Cross has an article in The Mirror today. It seems that Darren Bent was fit for the Arsenal game and wasn`t best pleased to be told he wasn`t in the squad. Now it is up to the manager (any manager) who they choose but was Jordan Bowery (ten goals in 83 games for '4th division` team Chesterfield) really a better option than our top scorer and England striker Darren Bent to have on the bench in case the team needed an injection of goals? See: Bent's Time Up At Villa?

More talk, this time Brett Holman, on the difference the fans make: www.avfc.co.uk

Ticket info for Reading: www.avfc.co.uk

Villa v Arsenal:

Stats: Click Here

Video: VIDEO: Lambert Pleased With Defensive Efforts

Managers reaction: Paul Lambert believes the players were phenomenal today and he doesn't think it would've been unjustified if we'd come away with all three points. Speaking to the Official Site following the draw, Lambert firstly paid tribute to a mature performance from a young back four, and used it as an example of where he believes the club will go in the future: Lambert Thinks We Should've Nicked 3 Points

Matthew Lowton has said the point from today was fantastic because we had to end our losing run. Speaking to the Birmingham Mail following the game, Lowton said: Lowton Delighted With Point

Man of the match: Click Here

Vital Villa`s match report Villa v Arsenal: Click Here

Previous Villa Times: The Villa Times - 23/11/2012

Thought for the day: 'Laughter is the best medicine.... except for impotency'

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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 26 2012

Time: 3:55PM

 

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