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6/12/10 - 8pm

Attendance: 39,079

Referee: Dowd

LiverpoolAston Villa
Ngog (14), Babel (16), Maxi (55)
Reina     Friedel    
Johnson     L. Young    
Konchesky     Collins    
Kyrgiakos     83 Dunne    
Skrtel     Warnock    
Meireles     Albrighton     65
Maxi     76 Hogg    
Lucas     Clark     45
Kuyt     80 Ireland    
Babel     Downing    
Ngog     Agbonlahor     65
Jones     Guzan    
Aurelio     76 Cuellar    
Kelly     83 Lichaj    
Cole     80 Pires     65
Poulsen     Herd    
Shelvey     Carew     65
Jovanovic     Delfouneso     45
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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Monday December 6 2010
Time: 9:58PM


spineless performance. . . total joke HOULLIER OUT!!
One Ian Taylor
06/12/2010 22:00:00
I dissagree with the 2nd goal but damm he put that away nice. Villa are doomed untill we get... ReoCoker, Petrov, Delph, Sidwellol, Beye, Bannan, Heskey, Weimann back from Injury plus AshleyYoung even doe he will be back Saterday. Gabby and Albrighton are still not fit and Ireland/Pires are a waste of space ! That was a boring game and the worst performance from Villa this season. Liverpool could of had a hat full of goals.. Delfouneso looked good, he has to start Saterday, I hope I ent wasted £80 on 3 tickets.
06/12/2010 22:02:00
Dunne=Captin? I would give it to Young, we have no Leadership.
06/12/2010 22:07:00
Well beaten tonight, team seems to have no heart
Tiny T
06/12/2010 22:12:00
Atrocious at the back, clueless in midfield and nothing up front. Things are bad at the moment and we desperately need players back and to sort out how we want to the play the game. This slow building up of possession will not and is not working with this squad. Worrying times indeed...
Bobby Norman
06/12/2010 22:26:00
06/12/2010 22:40:00
Bloody awful. Spineless. Collins, Dunne and Warnock look a shadow of the players they were last season. This short passing game is NOT working. The only time we have looked really good is when we got the ball forward early and quick against United. By all means pass the ball, but forward and quicker. We can't do the basics properly at the moment. O'neill may have had his critics, but we did the basics properly under him. Still prepared tp give GH time to get players back and in during January. Plus points? Hogg continues to impress and Delboy looked sharp. Marc having an hour should give him better fitness for the must win game against the Boggies
06/12/2010 22:55:00
Houllier out, jokers, The players arent performing
06/12/2010 22:57:00
Houllier out is the comment from two. I could not disagree more. The guy is a proven top manager at a number of clubs. He has brought on the youth who have all done well. When results go the way they have it knocks confidence, with the midfield tonight suffering on the back of a jittery defence and no punch up front. These are not problems of Houllier's creation. Collins and Dunne's performances have gone down two notches, and there is no goalscorer in the squad apart from not bothered any more Carew - who was already in that frame of mind pre Gerard. He still makes the right changes. Fonz on for Clark, and Gabby and Alby short of match fitness weren't going to give any more tonight. The Fonz looked good again and I consider it very hard on him that he has never been given a run in a confident winning Villa team - but his time will come - hopefully onSaturday. We had most of the second half and could have got back 2 - 1 before they scored - but we simply are not creating enough. Be patient, things will fall into place. Get behind them on Saturday against a very good West Brom team in what will be an extremely difficult match. I remain encouraged - because Gerard sees and knows what we see. There is no magic solution, and over criticising players for a 3 0 defeat at Anfield will not help. Wobbly first 20 minutes was the worst part. There were performances (Downing and Fonz) that deserve praise, and others were not at their best but not that far off the mark. A deserved defeat clearly, but I don't think Villa are getting the best run of the ball of late. Things will change. Roll on 6 points from the next two games. Up the Villa.
06/12/2010 23:03:00
stennyvilla I like your optimism but we can't hide away from it, looking at Saturday now and the way West Brom are playing as of late I am very worried. I hope we get those 6 points but I do not see it.
06/12/2010 23:19:00
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