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Aston Villa Review: Episode 170 - Villa face pre-Christmas ups and downs

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ChrisVillan

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Well damn, it's been a while ay it? We would apologise, but you know...it's free. Sod ya. We will, however, give you a reason for our absence, and that is that we are people with lives and jobs and issues. Unfortunately we've been unable to record the show for a few weeks, but we did manage to get together again on Sunday to recap what we've missed. That it's now Wednesday and we're just getting around to publishing says everything you need to know about our status at the moment.

Anyway, on with the show. This week we quickly rattle through recent games, including the end of Steve Bruce's unbeaten start at the helm, before diving into Sunday's win over Queens Park Rangers in a little more detail. With Christmas coming up we'll be away for another two weeks, but at least we knew in advance to preview what's coming up. Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals.

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    • Be a real shame if he left now.  Would want £10m plus for him, but who would we get to replace him now?  Snodgrass or Wilshere on loan?  Think i'd rather hang on to Hourihane if possible. 
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    • If we need another centre half, what about Aden Flint?  Snatch him before he moves to the unwashed and piss Arry right off too .   Not too fussed by Snodgrass, but Gallagher could prove useful to us surely. 
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