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Aston Villa
0 - 4
Spurs

Premiership

Villa Park

26/12/12

Attendance: 36,863

Referee: Clattenburg

Aston VillaSpurs
Defoe (57), Bale (61, 73, 84)
Guzan     Lloris    
Lowton     Vertonghen    
Clark     Gallas    
Baker     45 Naughton    
Herd     Walker    
Bennett     Lennon    
El Ahmadi     Bale     85
Westwood     46 Sandro    
Delph     Adebayor     79
Holman     Defoe    
Benteke     Dembele     66
Substitutes
Given     Friedel    
Lichaj     Dawson    
Ireland     45 Caulker    
Albrighton     46 Parker     66
Bannan     Sigurdsson     79
Carruthers     Liverrmore    
Bowery     Townsend     85
Game Statistics
4
Goal Attempts
20
1
On Target
16
2
Corners
16
11
Fouls
7
1
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
39
%
61

Writer:Mike Field
Date:Wednesday December 26 2012
Time: 8:39PM

Comments

0
75% possession first half. This is NOT the way to blood in youngsters, it will ruin their confidence. Sad state of affairs. In three other teams being worse than us we trust
The Fear
26/12/2012 20:42:00
0
12 goals shipped without reply. Lambert isn't the problem. The young, inexperienced Villans -- generally -- aren't either. Not saying that anybody should be 'OUT' but the owner and his representitive on Earth (Faulkner) should take a long, hard look at themselves. Why should hard pressed fans turn up to watch this rubbish?
VillaWillRiseAgain
26/12/2012 20:46:00
0
We look worse than Wolves did last year....and we all know what's happened to them. Very poor today...sick of saying it.
MASON_PARKER
26/12/2012 20:50:00
0
I have to say that tonight's performance was without doubt such utter insipid dross that Spurs undoubtedly deserved all three points. Except for a couple of poorly executed breaks their was no creativity, with confidence shot. Some rain splattered bloke two rows up started screaming "Lerner out." I daren't go in the forums. I can here the hastily assembled band wagons from here.
Villa_Grizzly
26/12/2012 21:00:00
0
Have to agree, a sad state of affairs. We will struggle to stay up this season, no question. 12 goals against in 2 games will surely shatter already fragile confidence, and I doubt Wigan will give us much change, even if we up our game. Felt we looked shell-shocked as the second went in, as we had probably been enjoying our best spell at that stage. Flashes of form (against Man City and Norwich in the cup, and against Liverpool when we should have been three down) don't really hide the fact that there is no light at the end of the tunnel. A long hard winter ahead, but we knew that anyway. A -21 goal difference, we probably didn't...
JuanPabloAngel
26/12/2012 21:01:00
0
"Representative on earth" lol. Haven't heard from fatty Faulkner for ages. He must be doing all this behind the scenes stuff which makes us so well off that we can afford any player in the world. Quality players and results will make us money. Randy is supposed to have his finger on the pulse RE: making money. We should be paying sky to broadcast our games at the moment.
Villan444
26/12/2012 21:01:00
0
Hansen once said on MOTD that you won't win anything with kids. In thi case I think he's right. The way the first half went you weren't going to keep us out for ever. You need some older heads in there. Please don't give up on the kids, they need your support more than ever.
Andre's Crouching
26/12/2012 21:04:00
0
Look at the positives. Away trips to Molineux, London Rd and Pride Park should be good fun.
PiperUK
26/12/2012 21:07:00
0
Emperors New Clothes well and truly visible now.
malacaxeta
26/12/2012 21:25:00
0
After two horrendous defeats- a minimum of a tactic change needed! What happened to the 4-3-3??
thorpyuk
26/12/2012 21:33:00
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