The Villa Times - 28/11/2012
Unoial Villa News...
Every now and then a rumour is started (quite often from the same person who does nothing but rake up the ****) that is so ridiculous I just assume it will be laughed at. But I`m usually wrong and because of the way the internet works, it spreads and becomes fact! The latest? The rumour is Darren Bent is not being played because after his next game we`d have to pay Sunderland another £6million. Really? See: £6million Bent Rumour - As Usual - Nonsense!
Following the earlier guff about Darren Bent storming out, coupled with the genuine curiosity as to why he didn't make the bench tonight, Paul Lambert was asked an obvious question. In quotes carried by Sky Sports following the game, Lambert insisted that Bent has a future at the club and was still in his plans, but simply Bent had to earn his involvement like everybody else. See: It's All About Bent Tonight
Attendance watch, average up on last season, but down on the season before it seems: Updated: Attendance Watch For Villa Games
Transfer talk centres around Darren Bent: Click Here
Sheriff says: Two games, four points, no goals against. We've had much worse weeks... See: The Week In Villa (17)
Villa v Stoke ticket news: http://www.avfc.co.uk
Villa v Reading coverage:
Vital Villa`s match report: Vital Villa's Match Report - At Home To Reading
Vital Reading match report: Click Here
Players reaction: Gabby And Bannan On Villa Win
Managers reaction: Paul Lambert has heaped praise on Christian Benteke, our back four and the whole team for 'holding their nerve' in tonight's match. Speaking to the Official Site following the 1-0 win, Lambert said firstly of Benteke: Lambert Delighted With Everyone Tonight
Paul Lambert has heaped praise on Christian Benteke, our back four and the whole team for 'holding their nerve' in tonight's match. Speaking to the Official Site following the 1-0 win, Lambert said firstly of Benteke: Lambert Delighted With Everyone Tonight
Stats: Click Here
Bent didn`t storm off when he found out he wasn`t in the team to face Reading: More Bent Nonsense It Seems
Alan Hutton has said he is resigned to the fact that his Villa career is over, but he remains professional in his comments. Speaking to the Birmingham Mail Hutton conceded, he didn't see 'any way back for me at Villa' after being honestly told at the start of the season that he didn't figure in Paul Lambert's plans: Hutton Seeks January Move
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Thought for the day: 'My wife told me smugly that she is leaving me because I'm too old fashioned. I smote that countenance off the harlot's phizog. '
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