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Aston Villa 1 - Portsmouth 0

Villa Park

04/03/2006

Attendance: 30 194

Referee:

Aston Villa
1 - 0
Portsmouth
Baros (36)
 
 
Venue: Villa Park
 
Attendance: 30 194
The Teams
Thomas Sorensen
 
 
 
Dean Kiely
 
 
Jlloyd Samuel
 
 
23
 
Andy Griffin
 
 
78
Aaron Hughes
 
 
 
Linvoy Primus
 
 
Liam Ridgewell
 
 
 
Andrew O'Brien
 
 
Wilfred Bouma
 
 
 
Matthew Taylor
 
 
James Milner
 
 
 
Wayne Routledge
 
 
Steven Davis
 
 
 
Pedro Mendes
 
 
Gavin McCann
 
 
 
Sean Davis
 
 
67
Gareth Barry
 
 
 
Gary O'Neil
 
 
Kevin Phillips
 
 
 
Tresor LuaLua
 
 
Milan Baros
 
 
58
 
Svetoslav Todorov
 
 
54
Substitutes
Juan Pablo Angel
 
 
 
Franck Songo'o
 
 
Stuart Taylor
 
 
 
Ognjen Koroman
 
 
67
Luke Moore
 
 
58
 
Azar Karadas
 
 
54
Lee Hendrie
 
 
 
Andrea Guatelli
 
 
De la Cruz
 
 
23
 
Brian Priske
 
 
78
Game Statistics




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday March 4 2006

Time: 7:09PM

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That was a bizarre and very poor game of football. How does O'Leary get away with slating the fans and then producing rubbish like that. Think it is him who should 'get real' or more appropriately 'get lost'. Can't wait for him to leave Villa Park, the man if a fool.
The Fear
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04/03/2006 19:21:00

That was a bizarre and very poor game of football. How does O'Leary get away with slating the fans and then producing rubbish like that. Think it is him who should 'get real' or more appropriately 'get lost'. Can't wait for him to leave Villa Park, the man if a fool.
The Fear
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04/03/2006 19:21:00

Something just has to give down there. Another dire performance. Pompey are the poorest Premiership team I've seen in years, yet still we were totally unconvincing.
glensider
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05/03/2006 01:36:00

Something just has to give down there. Another dire performance. Pompey are the poorest Premiership team I've seen in years, yet still we were totally unconvincing.
glensider
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05/03/2006 01:36:00

Something has to give soon surely, the fans have gone missing in there thousands, even though Herbert & David ( it's sunday so christian names only!) have what appears to be rose tinted glasses on all the time, Herbert thinking he's the saviour of this mighty club and David with his snide comments about the fans, he must think his team play football like whats on offer at the nou camp, well let me tell you both, it isn't
eltoro
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05/03/2006 09:38:00

Something has to give soon surely, the fans have gone missing in there thousands, even though Herbert & David ( it's sunday so christian names only!) have what appears to be rose tinted glasses on all the time, Herbert thinking he's the saviour of this mighty club and David with his snide comments about the fans, he must think his team play football like whats on offer at the nou camp, well let me tell you both, it isn't
eltoro
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05/03/2006 09:38:00

Yep it was a poor game and we played poor but only won because Pompey are poorer but still it dosen't matter as long as we get the three points.
Vince_AstonVilla
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05/03/2006 18:44:00

Yep it was a poor game and we played poor but only won because Pompey are poorer but still it dosen't matter as long as we get the three points.
Vince_AstonVilla
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05/03/2006 18:44:00

I'd love to see O'Leary do well and take us up the table. One of the barriers to previous success has been getting rid of our manager every 2-3 years. Although realistically the way the team is playing, and O'Leary constantly talking the team down, its looking unlikely he's going to survive past the summer.
andrew144
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06/03/2006 10:44:00

I'd love to see O'Leary do well and take us up the table. One of the barriers to previous success has been getting rid of our manager every 2-3 years. Although realistically the way the team is playing, and O'Leary constantly talking the team down, its looking unlikely he's going to survive past the summer.
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