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Aston Villa 3 - West Ham 0 - Stats

Aston Villa
3 - 0
West Ham

Premiership

Villa Park

14/8/10 - 3pm

Attendance: 36,604

Referee: Mike Dean

Aston VillaWest Ham
Downing (15), Petrov (40), Milner (66)
Friedel     Green    
Clark     Reid    
Dunne     Tomkins     75
L. Young     Upson    
Warnock     Faubert    
Albrighton     89 Illunga    
Petrov     Parker    
Milner     85 Boa Morte     45
Downing     Kovac     45
A. Young     87 Noble    
Carew     Cole    
Substitutes
Guzan     Stech    
Weimann     87 Gabbidon    
Bannan     89 Spector    
Heskey     Barrera     45
Reo-Coker     85 Diamanti     75
Beye     Sears    
Lichaj     Piquionne     45
Game Statistics
23
Goal Attempts
11
11
On Target
2
16
Corners
6
15
Fouls
13
1
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
59
%
41
Comments...
I'm finally lost for words....phenomenal performance, Albrighton proving he is 'Premiership class' and if it was to be Milner's send off, what a fantastic way of saying goodbye....typical performance and great goal to boot.

Special mention for Ciaran Clark, not a foot wrong again. A great day to be a Villan!

Writer:Mike Field
Date:Saturday August 14 2010
Time: 4:53PM

Comments

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Great game today from the Villa boys. Gutted to see Milner go, but what will be will be. Albrighton was electric. Dont wanna jump on the 'watch us, we will finish 6th' bandwagon as its only been 1 game. Lets not heap expectation on the players and K-Mac just yet. 37 games to go!
AndyFC
14/08/2010 17:36:00
0
RT Marc Albrighton is the new...... Marc Albrighton!
Doug4ever
14/08/2010 18:25:00
0
west ham very poor though
kenner
14/08/2010 18:42:00
0
Have we ever, in the last 5-6 years, had so much possession? Not just that, but it was useful possession, turned into a win. KM's Claret and Blue army!
villan of the north
14/08/2010 18:44:00
0
not exagerating here not fickle either but did we dominate a game as much a sthis all of last season??? BALANCE right back playing right back. Well that's it Man Citeh bid for albrighton anyone???!!!
JeffBeck-TheLeftSide
14/08/2010 18:47:00
0
Fantastic performance, the players looked hungry and confident and like they actually wanted to play football, Albrighton and Clarke are very exciting prospects
ant1ant1
14/08/2010 18:59:00
0
Absolutely fantastic! I can not remember a game that Villa played that well and it certainly was not under O'Neil! We could have easily scored 10 today with a bit of luck and with Carew on form. It was not just the score of 3-0, it was the whole team played like they were title winners and Westham were lucky it was just 3-0. I'm not getting ahead of myself but Man Utd and Chelsea will struggle to rip Westham apart like that this season. They are a good solid team so don't take nothing away from Villa as we made them play that bad as we were so good! I'm a big fan of Kevin Macdonald and we need to make sure the club know we want him as our next manager. He has transferred what he has been doing with the youth season after season to the first team. I'm not saying we are going to win the league but surely no one we could bring in could do any better than Kevin Macdonald. He obviously has the respect and backing of the players. It will be really daft to go and spend millions on another manager when it looks like we have one of the best here. Kevin MacDonald deserves to have until at least Christmas to show what he can do and this result shows we should be in no rush to get anyone else in. The only downside for me today was that I did not place a bet on 3-0 after I had predicted we would win 3-0 on this site. Lets hope my other prediction comes right of 3-1 or 4-1(can't remember what I predicted now lol) against Rapid!
revua
14/08/2010 19:23:00
0
happy days, loved that game, best one down Villa Park in years!
The Fear
14/08/2010 19:45:00
0
Really I feel that sums up many of the points MON would not take. HE did not trust in youth and thought we must buy more good players. Going by that the young players more than deserve to be part of the squad. Marc was outstanding once again and Clark looked stable again. We also tryed to play a shorter passing game and ok we still worked hard to get the ball back but due to the passing being much shorter we kept it much better allowing us to control the tempo and tire out the opposition not our selfs. I hope this is a format that the new manager who ever it is follows. UP THE VILLA.
Tallaght Villan
14/08/2010 19:59:00
0
Only Marc Alrighton is better than Marc Albrighton.
Stig
14/08/2010 20:16:00
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