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Hoofton Villa
1 - 1
Everton

Premiership

Villa Park

14/1/12

Attendance: 31,853

Referee: Clattenburg

Hoofton VillaEverton
Bent (56)Anichebe (69)
Given     Howard    
Hutton     Baines    
Warnock     81 Heitinga    
Collins     Neville    
Dunne     Duffy    
Petrov     Gibson     84
Ireland     Drenthe     61
Clark     Cahill    
Albrighton     Fellaini    
Bent     Saha     88
Agbonlahor     Donovan    
Substitutes
Guzan     Mucha    
Cuellar     Bilyaletinov     84
N'Zogbia     Stracqualursi     88
Delph     McFadden    
Bannan     Gueye    
Gardner     Vellios    
Keane     81 Anichebe     61
Game Statistics
17
Goal Attempts
7
11
On Target
4
9
Corners
3
12
Fouls
11
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
56
%
44
Comments...
Note to McLeish, watch Moyes for an attempt at changing the game.

Writer:Mike Field
Date:Saturday January 14 2012
Time: 4:56PM

Comments

0
Ist half totaly unacceptable 2nd Half Ok !! Overall Bleak and boring could barely contain my self in my armchair !! all credit goes to the 31,853 who bothered turning up
marshyboy87
14/01/2012 17:07:00
0
Think the draw was probably the fair result, although thought we were a bit unlucky with Hutton holding Saha back from scoring and Given made some outstanding saves. But really it is sad to see the state of both clubs, both should be up there competing as both are truly proud clubs, unfortunately ran by complete morons on the board. The feeling at Villa Park was the exact feeling experienced at Goodison Park this season.
Rob-EFC
14/01/2012 17:14:00
0
I am struggling to see why I will turn up again this season. Mcleish and Lerner out.
Stig
14/01/2012 17:20:00
0
Complete & utter dros. LERNER & Mcleish F**K OFF NOW, you are just PATHETIC. Can't for the life of me see why 31,000 or so are still turning up. The only way that these clowns are going to take note is if we all stick together & boycot the rest of the games. Wolves next & we don't stand a F****ING chance. Sorry but we're going DOWN.
benny003
14/01/2012 17:21:00
0
Disagree rob, thought we were the better team today, even though we were still poor...Shows the state of our clubs like you rightly said. But yeah i did think overall we deserved the 3 points, poor concentration cost us and failure to convert the large amount of possession we had. We are throwing too many crosses into the box, the crosses are most the time awful or if it's good noone is there...very dissapointed that we only took a point, that was an easy three.
P.Avfc
14/01/2012 17:36:00
0
It seems that we can never agree P.Avfc :) But if anyone deserved the 3pts it was Everton, keeper made 3 world class saves and a pen decision against us, with a bit of luck (which we never get against Villa) we could havebeen 2 or 3 up by the half. Although, Villa did have the upper hand in the 2nd half, you never threatened Howards goal.
Rob-EFC
14/01/2012 17:42:00
0
I'm with Rob. We were damn lucky not to concede in the first half, then we had 20 mins where we dominated but faded again. The most played game in the top division and it's criminal how bad both teams are. Our team on paper is a lot better though. Hutton and Warnock are a joke.
Villan444
14/01/2012 17:59:00
0
The goal attempts says it all rob, Howard made a few saves aswell? We pretty much controlled the game especially second half so yeah looks like we will have to disagree.
P.Avfc
14/01/2012 18:07:00
0
Benny it's called being a supporter. Through good times and bad you follow the mighty Aston Villa, not any manager or chairman, but the football club! Get behind the team and who knows we may even win a game or two like we do when there is no booing or constant moaning in away games!
AVNath
14/01/2012 18:14:00
0
Two points thrown away IMO...Two very poor teams..First half was shocking..2nd half definitely better..In fact after we scored for 10-15 mins actually played some good football but didn't finish good moves off...Caught by sucker punch..but overall a draw probably fair
krfeskivilla
14/01/2012 18:16:00
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