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The Villa Times - 28/01/2013

The Villa Times - 28/01/2013

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Well, I have to say I`m stunned at the turn of events at Villa. I'm saying this and then shutting up (as much as possible) for the rest of the season..... As many know (and some never fail to throw back in my face!) I helped in the protests against the previous board and owner. The change in regime was exciting, it all started so well didn`t it? Now we are back to anger, frustration and upset amongst Villa fans. The Villa and the Villa fans, to be frank, are all I care about. See: I Don't See Where The Rewards Are Randy

Randy Lerner speaks: Randy Lerner Speaks And Backs Manager

We now have our answer but: midbedsvillan01 asks do Villa stick or twist?... Stick Or Twist

Mystic Mug v Lawro... a fence sitter and a doom merchant basically!.... Mystic Mug 'Villa's Heads Gone' Lawro Says Draw

Transfer talk: Warnock Exit Now + Two Strikers Out In Summer?

Staffs Villan goes Monty Python... beautiful plumage! A supporter enters a football stadium just off the Aston Expressway in Birmingham. Supporter: Hello, I wish to register a complaint. The owner does not respond.) Supporter: Hello, Mister Lerner? Owner: What do you mean 'mister'? See:
Villa Goes Monty Python... Beautiful Plumage!

It's not just our wiser fans drawing parallels with 1986/87, former winger Mark Walters is drawing the same conclusions. In an interview with the Birmingham Mail Walters believes (and he's not alone) that the Villa are putting unfair pressure on the younger elements of the side, and that we are desperately crying out for some experience to help bring these lads on. I don't think there will be many fans who disagree with him, dare I say the vast majority of us expected some experienced signings this window to do that very thing. See: Fans Not The Only Ones Reliving 1986/87

A lot of fans don't want to hear the players talking the talk at the moment, but make an exception for Andi - his talk matches his performance on the pitch. Speaking to Sky Sports possibly the highlight of the season said about changing our fortunes. See: Weimann - Contract & Fight

Title says it all: An Interview With A Newcastle Fan

JuanPabloAngel asks: Are we really surprised? See: Are We Really Surprised?

Post Millwall:

Man of the match... ahem: Click Here
Stats: Click Here
Managers reaction: Click Here

So, to coin an old phrase if I may be so bold, we`d picked ourselves up, dusted ourselves down, and we were ready to start all over again. Hopefully we surmised, our beloved football team was too. Destination Millwall Rovers. Well they dropped the Rovers back in the late 1880`s, and became Millwall Athletic, a name they carried until they entered the Football League in 1920, when they turned into today`s F.A. Cup fourth round opponents, Millwall Football Club. See: Glensider at Millwall

Previous Villa Times: The Villa Times - 25/01/2013

Thought for the day: 'What is the biggest problem being an atheist? You have no one to talk to during orgasm.......'

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday January 28 2013
Time: 5:58PM

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