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A Call To Arms?



A Villa fan writes in to have his petition publicised.

I have to say that I'm not backing or against the petition, I've done my bit in protests and will not be getting involved in any further activities, enough is enough!


BUT, as per the 'have your say' section, there is no reason not to air Damian Dugdale's opinions.

We started a petition a few weeks ago to get rid of David O'Leary and now we're asking the entire Aston Villa community to get behind it. The petition can be found byClicking Here


David O'Leary has demonstrated he does not know what he is doing and unless the supporters of Aston Villa come together and call for this man to be sacked we will find ourselves in a very bad position on and off the field.

In his entire managerial career he has never demonstrated tactical awareness or any skill or ability to suggest he is any good at his job. None of his ex players have anything positive to say about him and I'm yet to find a Leeds supporter to offer words of encouragement.

It was wrong to appoint him - lets make it right and get him sacked.

Up the Villa.

By Damian Dugdale

The Journalist

Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 29 2005

Time: 11:04PM

 

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