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Birmingham 1 - Aston Villa 2

St Andrews


Attendance: 26 539


1 - 2
Aston Villa
Forssell (62)
Ridgewell (11, og), Agbonlahor (87)
Venue: St Andrews
Attendance: 26 539
The Teams
Maik Taylor
Scott Carson
Stephen Kelly
Olof Mellberg
Johan Djourou
Zat Knight
Liam Ridgewell
Martin Laursen
Rafael Schmitz
Wilfred Bouma
Daniel De Ridder
Stiliyan Petrov
Fabrice Muamba
Nigel Hokey Cokey
Mehdi Nafti
Gareth Barry
Wilson Palacios
Ashley Young
Cameron Jerome
John Carew
Olivier Kapo
Gabriel Agbonlahor
Sebastian Larsson
Craig Gardner
Mikael Forssell
Curtis Davies
Garry O'Connor
Stuart Taylor
Gary McSheffrey
Shaun Maloney
Richard Kingson
Luke Moore
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Goal Attempts
On Target
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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 11 2007

Time: 3:35PM

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Come on the villa!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Don't get any better than this. Barry, Young and Gabby superb. Carew and Cokey a bit dodgy but who really cares.
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11/11/2007 15:39:00

Cheers Ridgey!
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11/11/2007 15:49:00

Poor attendance for a derby match.
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11/11/2007 16:01:00

Poor ground, poor team......what do you expect! Well done lads. Poor game also, but a truly FANTASTIC result!
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11/11/2007 16:05:00

what is their capacity? Thought it would be a sell out today.
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11/11/2007 16:42:00

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11/11/2007 16:42:00

I couldn't believe how many empty seats you could see in the Birmingham end. Maybe they knew what was coming!!
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11/11/2007 18:52:00

Just been on vital blues for a peep and it's like it never happened! Not a word, no posts, nothing. Empty seats, empty web page, empty future. SMALL Heath. Says it all. UTV
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11/11/2007 19:21:00

The only statistic that matters, 2-1 to us. Says it all.
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11/11/2007 23:11:00

Thing is you can get used to not going to St Andrews.......
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12/11/2007 11:56:00

Thought you deserved the victory, just. Good game.
will it ever happen
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12/11/2007 12:02:00

Agreed Col. Hopefully next season we'll be able to give it a miss (let them enjoy a derby with fellow Big-Time losers Coventry City). I dont mind slumming it occasionally, but as a yearly cross-city outing, no thanks.
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12/11/2007 17:19:00

hah my blues mates were going on all day about how they should have had a penalty and the ref was on our side but at the end of the day 2-1 is the score. plus weve had our fair share of crap refs as im sure we all do so whos complaining.
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