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Aston Villa
0 - 1
Arsenal

Villa Park

14/03/2007

Attendance: 39 968

Referee:

Aston VillaArsenal
Diaby (10)
Thomas Sorensen     Jens Lehmann    
Phillip Bardsley     Justin Hoyte    
Olof Mellberg     Gilberto Silva    
Gary Cahill     Johan Djourou    
Wilfred Bouma     William Gallas    
Stiliyan Petrov     Fredrik Ljungberg    
Gavin McCann     74 Francesc Fabregas    
Gareth Barry     Neves Denilson    
Gabriel Agbonlahor     Vassiriki Diaby     63
Ashley Young     Cesar Julio Baptista     65
John Carew     Jeremie Aliadiere     90
Substitutes
Steven Davis     Theo Walcott    
Patrik Berger     74 Mathieu Flamini     65
Luke Moore     Tomas Rosicky     63
Stuart Taylor     Mart Poom    
Liam Ridgewell     Philippe Senderos     90
Game Statistics
11
Goal Attempts
10
6
On Target
5
6
Corners
4
14
Offside
3
1
Yellow Cards
1
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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday March 14 2007
Time: 11:00PM

Comments

0
Thought they did us proud tonight.
The Fear
14/03/2007 23:18:00
0
Hear hear, from what I could catch from the commentary at work sounded like a belter of a game. full match analysis to follow Jon???
steff_the_villan
14/03/2007 23:38:00
0
just have no luck yet again! and as for the ref dont even start me!
Belfast Villain
14/03/2007 23:46:00
0
Battled well, gave their all, probably deserved something. Having said that, another set-back. Its stating the obvious to say that we need a few results, but we do.
glensider
15/03/2007 03:00:00
0
Same old,same old ? Just felt like we could have played until Sunday and wouldn`t have scored and if we had of done you know the bleepin ref would have disallowed it !!! The linesman flagging Villa in 1st half should be shot too,just make sure our strikers don`t do the shooting,positives in the game without doubt but the players seem to be losing belief with every defeat.
ASPINALL
15/03/2007 07:12:00
0
It's easy to moan we had no luck, but we just lack creativity and steel in midfield and throughout the team we just don't look good enough. This has been the problem for nearly a decade now, the result of the squad being sold off and replaced now with youngsters from the academy. We desperately need some experience in the team, not just raw talent with no end result.
Hoss The Villain
15/03/2007 08:21:00
0
Its getting to be more and more a case of hanging on til the end of the season now, hoping we stay up, so we can buy some badly needed quality in the summer. I agree with Aspinall, we just never looked like scoring last night, then again, we seldom do.
jonah
15/03/2007 09:53:00
0
was late and I was tired, I'd put barry as sub not McCann, corrected now.
The Fear
15/03/2007 11:29:00
0
is only me, or do Villa look half dead when they play, they dont win any ball, and arent running asa they did at the start of the season...
Faroe_villa_rules
15/03/2007 16:24:00
0
I thought this was the best we have played for some time, but i keep saying this time and time again about the importance of keeping possesion of the ball, once again we keep giving the ball away under no pressure which is criminal at this level and is one of the things MON must drill into the players OR bring in players who can...!
deemz
15/03/2007 16:55:00
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