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After what feel like weeks we've finally revealed our new logo and rebranding. With a massive thanks to @TheHolteTweets on Twitter and Michael Scrivens from towerandcrane.com we have a professional looking new logo, cover art and a video intro. 

It's something we're immensely proud of and an image that we're really happy to represent our work. The lion's mane is shaped to resemble that of a speech bubble to reflect our opinion based content. 

See the full reveal here:

 

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Next Wednesday we'll be releasing a full motivational video full of good luck messages from supporters ahead of the new season. You can either email us your clips or find us filming at the Boro friendly. For more info and a teaser ahead of next week, see the video below:

 

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You'll often see fan channels do a video about new transfers. "ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW IN 60 SECONDS"

We like this idea but wanted to make it our own. We started the idea by finding a name and as a bit of a joke picked 'Tea Brew' - "What if we gave the stats and figures in the time it took to make a cup of tea, that's roughly a minute"

And here we are.

All you need to know about Pierluigi Gollini in the time it takes me, to make a cup of tea.

 

 

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Matt Lynch talks controversial front man, Gabby Agbonlahor. In the week when an interview with the striker emerged claiming he wants to get Villa back to the Premier League accompanied by a training montage Rocky Balboa himself would be proud of, Matt gives his reasons why he thinks it's time for Gabby to leave Villa Park.

 

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We're back with another blog post to share another video. We've uploaded plenty of videos recently be sure to check those out too. 

For now though, Dan Bardell and Matt Lynch are in competition! They go head to head in the first of a 5 part quiz series. The two guys picked a specialist subject each, in this video they answer questions about the 2007-2008 season, and the John Gregory Era. Check out who won, in the video below.

 

 

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The Villa View Discussion Show returns for another week with Episode 3. This time Matt and Dan are joined by Villa fan James Clark and Chelsea fan Kristian Sturt (@FootieWriter)

So sit down, grab a drink and enjoy the guys discussing all things Steve Clarke, Jordan Amavi and The Aston Villa Captaincy.

As always your feedback is greatly appreciated, and very useful for us going forward.

 

 

 

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Matt Lynch and Dan Bardell are back for PART TWO of their Retained List. On the agenda today are the midfielders and forwards in the 'First Team' according to avfc.co.uk

If you didn't see part one you can watch it here.

Do you agree with the opinions in the video, who do you think should stay and go? Leave a comment below.

https://youtu.be/oyO-hdau26M (video cover contains an image the VT advertisers don't allow).



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    • Fully committed jumping into the challenge, leg totally extended and straight, above the ground, with the studs towards the leg. Horror tackle, as bad as you'll see this season. Don't care if he's not "that kind of player", he is now. Really hope it's a clean break and that Coleman can get back playing.
    • Doesn't sound like a perm deal to me. Sounds like he just wants to extend the loan. Personally I still hope we target a better keeper in the summer, whilst he has improved I still think he will cost us points next season.
    • Dele Alli had his Champions League ban extended to 3 games so I suspect it's the same for this.  Only Taylor will know if he meant to injure Coleman, I suspect not but there's little excuse for going into a challenge like that.  There's a reason they outlawed dangerous tackles like that and it makes me cringe when people try to excuse bad tackles even when they don't connect.
    • In terms of level of support they remind me of us and I don't see them regularly filling a 60k stadium. Certainly if they are hovering between 6th and 10th as they seem to. Over the last 10 years their average attendance would be around 36k.This season they are doing pretty well and it is averaging over 38k. Just 5 years ago though when they finished 10th they averaged just over 33k. As we saw with us in the Mon years give us a whiff of doing well and we can average 40k+. I don't know if like us they can ever push up to 60k though unless they are competing for the title.
    • Haven't Bournemouth been punished for similar?
    • He'll recover but we're talking about one of the best RBs in the league imo, someone I think could easily play for a top 4 club. Tough to get back to that level.
    • It's far too early to judge surely. From the little I've seen I think the pace of the game here has shocked him a little as it does many foreign players. I saw a few Basle games last season and the tempo is far different. He's playing for the top team by a mile there and teams just stand off them and defend, similar to Celtic in the SPL. Here it's a little different.
    • Interesting article on the OS regarding Johnstone, Bruce says that we will try to get him permanently in the Summer, seems like a done deal to me
    • He was played in about 4 different positions in as many games, in a "team" that was a total car crash at the time. Judging him on those games alone is impossible. Think he will be useful asset, but he might have trouble holding down a regular starting spot in the same position thou.  
    • The last time Arsenal were a major force was at Highbury. I'm sure the fans would go back if it meant winning the league  Seriously though, I know what you mean. The facilities will be much better at modern grounds but football is not meant to be about how many toilets there are or how many food counters there are. Maybe I'm an old romantic fool but I hope Villa never move to an identikit modern ground