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Aston Villa
3 - 0
Sheff Utd

Villa Park

05/05/07

Attendance: 42 551

Referee:

Aston VillaSheff Utd
Agbonlahor (25) Young (42) Berger (60)
Thomas Sorensen     Patrick Kenny    
Aaron Hughes     Derek Geary    
Olof Mellberg     Chris Morgan    
Martin Laursen     Matthew Kilgallon    
Wilfred Bouma     Chris Armstrong     46
Gabriel Agbonlahor     83 Keith Gillespie    
Craig Gardner     Nick Montgomery     46
Gareth Barry     Phil Jagielka    
Patrik Berger     72 Michael Tonge    
John Carew     79 Colin Kazim-Richards    
Ashley Young     Jonathan Stead     85
Substitutes
Gavin McCann     83 Claude Davis    
Steven Davis     72 Danny Webber     85
Gary Cahill     Mikele Leigertwood     46
Stuart Taylor     Alan Quinn    
Luke Moore     79 Luton Shelton     46
Game Statistics
19
Goal Attempts
9
11
On Target
2
13
Corners
4
2
Yellow Cards
2
63
%
37

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Saturday May 5 2007
Time: 9:18PM

Comments

0
what an amazing day!
The Fear
05/05/2007 21:19:00
0
One for the Memory Banks........ I hate working week ends..... The rest of the family were there (small comfort) Before anyone states it was a very poor Sheff Utd team could I point out it was a very GOOD Villa Team.
col8
05/05/2007 21:21:00
0
WOW..!! I "actually" enjoyed watching Villa today.I was even impressed with Gabriel "headless chicken" Agbonlahor & i cant say that too often...!!Dropping kick & rush for Berger is the best substitution MON has made this season.The early season tactic of hoofing it 80 yds up the pitch for Sutton to scrap for had telly"s being turned off up & down the country.Today was soooooo much better....!!COYS (but yeah i agree that the Blades stank!)
chalky76
06/05/2007 02:50:00
0
I thought Bouma had a very good game as well. For a big fella, he gets forward quite well.
myleftfoot
06/05/2007 02:59:00
0
Yesterday was really special
Christo
06/05/2007 09:41:00
0
Probably our worst performance of the season yesterday but you did play well and should have won by more. A consolation goal could have made all the difference to us but we couldn't even muster that :(
Blade1889
06/05/2007 15:18:00
0
Now thats what I call a thrashing. They were completely outclassed. Full credit to Warnock though. He admitted as much.
glensider
06/05/2007 20:56:00
0
19 NINETEEN goals attempts, woah it didnt seem like we had that many :D
industrial_musical
06/05/2007 22:23:00
0
Glennsider-Thats what gets Warnock into trouble.He says what he thinks & calls it how he see"s it & if they dont like it then tough...I admire his sometimes brutal honesty & frankness.Most managers live in a dream world of PR & spin......Warnock is too Old Skool for all that zhit.
chalky76
07/05/2007 02:01:00
0
I think Warnock is quality myself, He likes to get on with the job in hand and if he doesn't like something he will say so. This is the reason so many other managers don't like him, he is right about one thing, the way he talks is just like a Yorkshire version of Mourinho. Top man especially the way he made a point of saying how good Villa were and he still managed to say something about his own team at the end. Great management that is.
industrial_musical
07/05/2007 08:29:00
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