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Pre Spurs Injury Worries

Again it's a case of as we were as we gear up for the Boxing Day Spurs clash with Ron Vlaar, Charles N'Zogbia, Gabby Agbonlahor all still doubtful.

Speaking to the Official Site Paul Lambert admitted he wasn't yet sure if we would be welcoming back any of our injured players:

'Gabby? I'm not so sure, Gabby is still feeling it. Charles? I'm not so sure either. Charles hurt his knee on Thursday, and we'll see where Ron is too.'

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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 24 2012

Time: 12:06PM

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Gabby?.... good!....
Pride of Lions
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24/12/2012 12:28:00

shutup^ he gives 110% every game, true villan! one of only few players left who care about a football club!
Tr1dent
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24/12/2012 12:43:00

The Chelsea disaster DOES NOT change all the progress being made. It can even be used to give the players confidence. The first two goals were wonder goals, and another day Chelsea might have mis-fired all match. We didn't look devoid of confidence or defensive organisation at that stage. Once the third goal went in the team wilted visibly and the onslaught followed, and this then showed the difference between being up and at it, or not being, and leaking goals galore. But I stress again, the first two goals that set the scene were remarkably good. The bad performance was on the back of them and the contagion that spread through the ranks that the game was almost certainly already lost against the Euro champs. We start at 0-0 again on 26th. We can get a good, or even very good result. Up the Villa!
stennyvilla
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24/12/2012 13:16:00

Agree Stenny, totally agree!
Charizma
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25/12/2012 18:00:00

 

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