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20/10/2007

Attendance: 42,640

Referee:

Aston VillaMan Utd
Agbonlahor (13)Rooney (36, 44), Ferdinand (45+3), Giggs (75)
Scott Carson     Edwin Van der Sar    
Olof Mellberg     Gerard Pique    
Zat Knight     67 Wes Brown    
Martin Laursen     Rio Ferdinand    
Wilfred Bouma     Patrice Evra    
Craig Gardner     53 Luis Nani    
Nigel Reo-Coker     Oliveira Anderson    
Gareth Barry     Paul Scholes     77
Ashley Young     Ryan Giggs     77
Gabriel Agbonlahor     Carlos Tevez     73
Luke Moore     54 Wayne Rooney    
Substitutes
Shaun Maloney     53 Cristiano Ronaldo     77
Stiliyan Petrov     Darren Fletcher     73
Curtis Davies     John O'Shea     77
Stuart Taylor     67 Danny Simpson    
Isaiah Osbourne     54 Tomasz Kuszcack    
Game Statistics
11
Goal Attempts
21
5
On Target
13
11
Crosses
6
3
Corners
9
3
Offside
0
8
Fouls
9
2
Yellow Cards
2
2
Red Cards
0
36
%
64
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Writer:Murph
Date:Saturday October 20 2007
Time: 7:49PM

Comments

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A truly truly disgraceful performance,us true Villa fans are being *****ed,I have been one of MoN biggest supporters but he didnt do alot to distance himself from the England job therefore making the 5 year plan and the last year pretty meaningless.I think that has disrupted some of the players (Laursen) it was not the refs fault, when we conceeded the equaliser we had 28% possesion! Barry is welcome to join a better team on the basis of tonights performance.We deserve a tremendous response against Bolton next week,if O Leary had of been in charge for that display I would want him sacked,I no longer see MoN as our saviour but as someone who would turn his back on us given the right oppertunity.Carson a great keeper? he conceeds more than he saves,bring back Tommy,Moore has had his chance now aswell and send Maloney back to Scotland.We need players and managers that are totally committed to the Villa.
Pking
20/10/2007 20:12:00
0
And Barry is supposed to be better than Lampard....? Meh.
Blue is the colour
20/10/2007 20:31:00
0
God why are you are still really hurting over Lampard being left out time to move on with your life mate.
Pking
20/10/2007 20:36:00
0
Your right, Barry is a better choice for England. Lucky for Lampard he does have a fair few talented players around him. Bazza had a rare off day by what it sounds today.
murph
20/10/2007 20:37:00
0
Pking it's a case of the have's & have nots. Top 4 have the choice of players and all the cash. Champions League or nothing
tarzan
20/10/2007 20:45:00
0
I was a bit emotional with my first post but this game sort of meant nothing because if Russia win against Israel our manager could be off,Ive been dreading that possibility.And after enduring what Ive just seen I need to ask why?The gap betweenn us and Man U is huge but our performance was comical.
Pking
20/10/2007 20:50:00
0
MONNY will never manage England, so at least that's one less thing to worry about.
NeilBaker
20/10/2007 20:53:00
0
Young looks our best player Knight has to be replaced with Davies after that.
Pking
20/10/2007 20:56:00
0
True enough, guess we won't get the fair play award this year!
tarzan
20/10/2007 21:13:00
0
Pking, I really think you need to get a grip mate. First, you should by now realise that it is only paper talk that MON will be off to manage England. If suggestions by a couple of daily rags are all it takes to 'disrupt' some of our players, then I suggest we get rid of them as quickly as possible because they surely won't be up to life in the Prem. Secondly, why on earth should MON issue a press statement every time he is linked with another job? I'd much rather he spent his time more wisely than (over) reacting to everything written by our wonderful press hacks on a rainy afternoon.
BobTheBuilder
20/10/2007 21:16:00
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