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It was the 14th of February this year, when the Sherwood love affair with Villa started. The following day saw the first signs of Sherwood's influence, when he visited the dressing room at halftime to help inspire the team to a 2-1 win over Leicester in the cup.
Before that, we were heading for yet more disappointment - with another frustrating first half performance, the sort we were used to under Lambert. But after leaving his seat in the stands and giving a morale boosting talk, a different
I've seen some really bad things happen at Villa, in my time as a fan. Losses in league cups to lower league teams (Scunthorpe, Sheffield United) but I have never felt so deflated and depressed as I do at this moment.
Don't get me wrong, Bradford deserve their massive achievement 100% and I wish them all the best for the final.
But whilst this is their finest hour, this is also my clubs darkest hour and I am not sure we can pull this around in time to save our premiership status.
It's become a matter of great discussion, about how important Darren Bent is to our future prospects and success. For what it is worth, if we had Young and Downing supplying from the wings, I would have Darren Bent in the team every single week. The problem is, we do not create the chances Darren thrives on, and thrived on under the attacking threat from both Downing and Young.
Simply, without the ammo, Darren is less of a threat.
In my eyes, we cannot risk playing somebody who offers
Well like Zatman said he was the first manager to take an Irish side to the group stage of the Europa League. Which fair enough isn't at the top level, but if you add that to his performance as the national manager and the fact he's still young for a manager, it's understandable to see why people think he has potential and might take a punt on him.
It's not like he's getting the Man Utd job. He's getting a Championship job (if the link is true)
Personally I don't know why West Brom would look anywhere other than Chris Hughton.
Because Mcleish did well for international football first time for scotland like o, neill?
Tell me what ha so I neill achieved club level on a major scale? Just because he done well with Northern Island doesn't mean he will do well at club level