The Villa Times - 26/08/2014
Unoial Villa News...
Gary Gardner has been sent out on loan, see: Gary Gardner Goes On Loan To B&HA
Paul Lambert (and no, this article isn`t a dig at him directly so don`t worry Lambert supporters!) has told The Birmingham Mail 'Randy has always loved the football club.' See: Love In At Villa Park - Meh
Aston Villa's U21 side battled back from behind tonight in the game against Blackburn Rovers to take a justified point for the second game running. This means Sid's boys have now taken two points from the opening two games following an identical scoreline against Stoke City on the opening day of their season. See: U21s - Blackburn 1-1 Villa
Manager Paul Lambert has tonight confirmed that left back Aly Cissokho won't make his domestic Villa Cup debut when we face Leyton Orient on Wednesday. Full: No Cup Debut For Cissokho
Ticket news! See: Aston Villa Ticket News - Home And Away
It`s strange when you sit down to think, or write, about Villa these days. When I did match reports I tried my best not to look at the bigger picture and to just talk about the game. (Still a vacancy for a match reporter by the way, we`ve lost Grizzly after a couple of fine seasons and I`m not going back to it I don`t think!) Where was I? Oh yes, focus on the game. See: 4 Out Of 6 - Not Bad - Plus Villa v Newcastle
Following the scoreless draw with Newcastle today, manager Paul Lambert has waxed lyrical about our start to the current season. Speaking to the Official Site after watching us fail to register an attempt even near to the target, the gaffer decided to focus on the positives defensively. Speaking about our two Premiership games so far, he explained. See: Lambert Pleased With Start
Ok, I`ll take my entertainment where I can get it when at the Villa. 90 mins and not one shot on target, so you look for your fun elsewhere! There appears a decent double act forming. Step forward Mr Lambert and Mr Keane. See: Comedy Duo Forming At Villa? Manager Centre Stump?
Aston Villa 0 - Newcastle 0 stats: Click Here
Please, sir, I want some more! I think that nine out of ten Villa cats will agree that the feeling that their team's win at Stoke produced on Saturday, was as much a pleasure as it was a novelty, and for me it seemed such a rarity that I totally forgot that Villa had enjoyed a similar inspiring win at the Emirates, last August, which seemed at the time, to portend all sorts of positive things for the season, which as every Villan knows, definitely did not happen. See: Something For The Weekend (463)
Looks like wild conspiracy theories win out over simple logic when it comes to AVFC... Madness I tells ya!.. See: Wild Conspiracy Theories Win Out Over Simple Logic
Charles N'Zogbia has spoken of his 'great feelings' at being back playing at Villa. See: www.avfc.co.uk
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