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Aston Villa

White Hart Lane

26/12/2006

Attendance: 35 293

Referee:

SpursAston Villa
Jermain Defoe (58, 77)Gareth Barry (81)
Paul Robinson     Gabor Kiraly    
Pascal Chimbonda     Olof Mellberg     46
Young-Pyo Lee     Aaron Hughes     36
Michael Dawson     Gary Cahill    
Ledley King     Craig Gardner    
Steed Malbranque     Gareth Barry    
Didier Zokora     Gavin McCann    
Tom Huddlestone     Stiliyan Petrov     46
Hossam Ghaly     69 Steven Davis    
Jermain Defoe     89 Gabriel Agbonlahor    
Dimitar Berbatov     Milan Baros    
Substitutes
Calum Davenport     89 Robert Olejnik    
Radek Cerny     Juan Pablo Angel    
Danny Murphy     69 Wilfred Bouma     46
Reto Ziegler     Isaiah Osbourne     46
Benoit Assou-Ekotto     Liam Ridgewell     36
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
9
10
On Target
7
4
Corners
4
2
Offside
1
1
Yellow Cards
2
50
%
50
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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday December 26 2006
Time: 4:50PM

Comments

0
loads of effort but it never gets you anywhere! we have no class pure and simple
samtozer
26/12/2006 16:57:00
0
COYS !!!
Lennon25
26/12/2006 17:20:00
0
you there today sam or lennon? just wondered how the match went, didn't even get to hear much of it on the radio so can't really guage it from comments so far?
The Fear
26/12/2006 17:49:00
0
saw it on fox soccer channell we got no cutting edge to our play
samtozer
26/12/2006 17:59:00
0
Jermaine Defoe was very much the difference between two pretty average looking sides. Tottenham deserved the win, I have no complaints there. Yet again, we were totally inadequate up front, although to be fair we created nothing.
glensider
26/12/2006 19:04:00
0
Cant believe we had 9 attempts, didnt seem like it. Outplayed, huddlestone ran the show they deserved the win. We need signings fast!!
danvilla2
26/12/2006 19:35:00
0
Your right danvilla2 i cant remember 9 attempts, wish it was january last week!
samtozer
26/12/2006 19:38:00
0
You had 1 or 2 good chances, but huddlestone and defoe were the difference
Lennon25
26/12/2006 20:02:00
0
the ref was outrageously poor. that big lump uriah renny can get lost in his own belly. apart from that ghaly was terrible and we outplayed you. no offence but dont go thinking your in a bad position you finished 16th last season and its a big step up. without martin oneill and barry you are nothing and need to spend some money in the jan transfer window to get your season on track. YID ARMY!!!!!!!
THFC Keano
26/12/2006 20:30:00
0
The stats seem to say there was nothing between to**** poor teams.
col8
26/12/2006 23:37:00
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