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30/9/12

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Referee: Taylor

Aston VillaWBA
Bent (80)Long (51)
Guzan     Foster    
Lowton     Olsson    
Vlaar     Popov    
Clark     McAuley    
Bennett     Jones     45
El Ahmadi     Yacob    
Delph     71 Morrison    
Albrighton     66 Brunt     39
Holman     Mulumbu    
Agbonlahor     Long     72
Benteke     68 Gera    
Substitutes
Given     Daniels    
Lichaj     Tamas     45
N'Zogbia     66 El Ghanassy    
Bannan     71 Dorrans     39
Westwood     Rosenberg    
Bent     68 Lukaku     72
Weimann     Fortune    
Game Statistics
19
Goal Attempts
14
8
On Target
7
11
Corners
4
9
Fouls
11
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
54
%
46
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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Sunday September 30 2012
Time: 6:01PM

Comments

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15th, p5, 4pts. Anyone think that's good enough? Albion are kak, should be putting teams like that away. I'm a big gabby fan, but he didn't cause them enough problems today.
onlyteaminthemids
30/09/2012 18:05:00
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Glad of the point TBH.... But disappointed. Mind you, for all the effort, we didn't deserve to win. Not good enough.
Pride of Lions
30/09/2012 18:05:00
0
Mixed bag today though holman and vlarr were our stand out players while the snake charmer Ahmadi was poor !!!
marshyboy87
30/09/2012 18:09:00
0
Bent to the rescue.....again. WBA are a decent outfit and Steve Clarke a decent coach and manager. Outside of the two Manchester sides, the two big North London clubs and Chelsea few would be overwhelming favourites against The Baggies. The table doesn't lie.
VillaWillRiseAgain
30/09/2012 18:15:00
0
We played some good stuff, Should have scored more, were lucky not to concede more, overall a fair result.
sherlockgt
30/09/2012 18:16:00
0
onlyteaminthemids--- you need to wake up man our team is not good enough and any fans not willing to support Villa unconditionally this year need to leave and support Small Heath/Wolves/WBA etc... We only have one player for the top 6 days worth mentioning... This team is deep in transition and this year is not going to be an easy one... Lambert is still testing things out we still havnt found our best side and we are yet to have a full injury free squad to pick from... Looking at today some of the new players need a couple more games to really bed in... Lowton and Holman are the only two who have fully settled in... In short once we get through this season which will be tough Villa will be in a strong position to rise through the table and reclaim a top 6 spot and beyond...
CDX_EIRE
30/09/2012 18:35:00
0
Ron - wij betalen u te kunnen om het te schoppen met je linkervoet
malacaxeta
30/09/2012 18:35:00
0
How can we only have 4 pts when we beat Swansea and drew with N'castle before today?
jonah
30/09/2012 18:36:00
0
Onlyteam - its 5pt from 6 btw. They played deep because of Gabby today which is good for our possession, if Benteke had put away the chance he created on the touchline (or better still, passed it) it may have been a different game with Gabby able to break as they pressed. Still - we remain in transition and have to survive games like next week's. Still believe Baker should start CB. Has he mouthed off in training or something ? Is he training with the badgers on the farm next door ??
malacaxeta
30/09/2012 18:43:00
0
Sorry CDX, but I won't be clearing off to Small Heath just because my views differ to yours. There's a difference between loyalty and blind loyalty. There's an Emporor's New Clothes syndrome going on here - if you're happy with 5 points from 5 games, that's lovely for you. Massive rebuilding task for Lambo and agree it's early days,but we're heading for the Championship at this rate.
onlyteaminthemids
30/09/2012 18:45:00
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