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  1. When I see Schlupp and Brady together it makes me think of the noise I'd hear withdrawing from Karen.
    29 points
  2. Fixed that for you..... Passing Accuracy Won Tackles per game Interceptions per game Touches per game Times pushed off ball like a little girl Shots Assists Goals Appearances Ashley Westwood 79% 1.05 1.05 37.68 4,326 2 0 0 22 Henri Lansbury 75% 1.41 1.35 61.65 0 14 3 6 17
    21 points
  3. It's a dessert you can get at McDonald's comprising of soft vanilla ice cream and some kind of added confectionery, usually chocolate-based, mixed together.
    20 points
  4. Hearing reports that Julie B has been seen fiddling about with a rusty set of keys
    17 points
  5. Or the noise I make with her cock in my mouth.
    11 points
  6. So a post I had to go back three pages to find, from a poster who clearly presents a balanced opinion and also says 'really the only thing he has to his game is keeping possession and passing' and 'We need someone who will pitch in with more tackling and ball winning than Westwood does and also pitches in with more incisive passing and chance creating than Westwood does' and 'he just doesn't do enough to justify being in our midfield in it's current state' and 'we don't NEED someone who is only good at recycling possession, which is all Westwood . . . on a good day'. You're looking for an argument that doesn't exist.
    10 points
  7. It'd certainly take our Meinhoff how bad Gardner and Westwood are.
    9 points
  8. We cant write him off yet. Lets get him a supply line before we jump on his back. He is a proven goal scorer. Has he actually had multiple chances in a game? First half of Cardiff match? How was he suppose to do anything when our midfield touched the ball 10 times. Ridiculous. Lets see him with Hourihane and Lansbury in midfield or someone similar. Id even take Huddlestone on loan. These sorts of midfielders will help link the defence and attack and we may see the best of him yet.
    9 points
  9. Excuse me but I've watched a fuzzy periscope stream and he was actually only pushed off 4,303 times so please check your stats before posting next time.
    8 points
  10. If we were a very steady ship, with an established playing philosophy followed by everyone from the youth team to the board, everyone pulling in the same direction, famed as a model of professionalism as a club. Then we would be good for him and probably him for us if he has sorted his head out. We are trying to get back on track, we aren't sleeping giants, we are a pathologically sick omnishambolic giant held together by string and blu-tac. We are just about turning a corner on the pitch seeing as now we don't lose EVERY SINGLE WEEK. We are a million miles away from being a good fit for Ravel Morrison right now.
    8 points
  11. Wow some people's view of Libor make me think they dont actually follow Villa or not aware of anything that actually happened in the last 5 years. Not good enough - agree after 2 horrific injuries that took way too long to get over, and no real run in the first team his confidence is gone as are his legs. One of the shittest players ever signed - bahahahahahaha, not even close to this list.
    8 points
  12. The day when this is moved to other football will be a great day for VillaTalk and Villa fans in general.
    8 points
  13. Welcome Sam. Now please don't be sh1t, thanks.
    7 points
  14. They'd fit perfectly into our midfield in that case!
    7 points
  15. Lenny Hansbury would be a great addition.
    6 points
  16. Who'd have thought Joey Barton was ITK
    6 points
  17. Decidedly not the worst year ever. Giant pandas, the symbol of endangered species for many years, were removed from the endangered species list Ebola emergency, feared by many to become a global epidemic, was declared over by WHO Americas declared free of measles by the WHO Globally, terrorism deaths declined 10% Acidic pollution declined to levels last seen in the 1930s. CO2 emissions were flat for a third consecutive year Deaths in childbirth globally declined to half the 1990 level Peace in Colombia makes the Americas a continent of peace; globally the death rate in wars is a quarter of the lowest rates in the 1980s Malaria deaths are 60% what they were in 2000 Around 100 million people rose out of extreme poverty 2016 was a gut punch for me personally in a lot of ways (capped off by losing my dad and my favorite uncle), but on balance for humanity, it's midtable for years in most VTers' lifetimes.
    6 points
  18. They'll all die from laughter more like.
    6 points
  19. I'd like to see Johnstone and Gollini now go head to head for the starting place. Friendly, healthy competition, spurring each other on to get better and better. Can only be good for the club. Mark Bunn can make the tea.
    6 points
  20. Staggered that there is even a hint he might go or that some fans would want him gone - the classiest striker we have had since God knows when and our most intelligent footballer by a mile. Needs to play, needs to be accommodated, needs to be with Grealish, our only other intelligent player, and have a midfield worthy of the name behind him.
    6 points
  21. Douglas Bader would walk into our midfield
    6 points
  22. Hate people who only know the big names, none of them are going to come to the Championship. I like to see a footballer play and decide if i like him without the media telling me i like him. Kennedy Bakircioglu and Ibrahima Bakayako are both brilliant, and both would be quite cheap!
    5 points
  23. Well, it's like this as far as I can tell. Despite al lthe stuff about how Britain can/will prosper if it leaves the SIngle Market and is free to negotite our own trade deals etc. it is abundantly clear that the overall impact of leaving, economically, is and will be negative, in terms of jobs, finance and all the rest. The only thing that the Gov't can cling to, which is perceived as a positive is "control over immigration". Therefore from their perspective it makes sense to highlight this "positive advantage" of being Out as a red line. There are no other positives. People who favour leaving might claim "sovereignty to make our own laws" or whatever, but the Gov't know that's basically a slogan that doesn't apply in the real world in the 21st Century. Just about everything of any consequence is governed by Internationally agreed standards, rules, regulations and obligations - from defence to manufacturing to finance to human rights. There are exceptions, but those are unlikely to win favour - "Our red line is we want to be able to pollute more" or "our red line is we want to be able to remove workers employment rights" are not really appealing slogan, even to hard line tories. So immigration is the fig leaf, really. It's going to come back and bite the Gov't on the arse in due course, naturally. But that's the mess they're in. The alternative would have been to say "staying in the single market (as now) is our red line" which would have meant compromising on immigration, and the fanatics would have been up in arms.
    5 points
  24. The thing is we are middling Championship side if we hadnt noticed! We bought the best strikers in the division, i.e. Those that would come here. We've just sold one of our strikers to a PL side. As said above, we are supplying our forwards with FA, so until we sort that out we won't we much return for our considerable forward investment. McC is one of the best in the division and hasn't gone bad overnight, it'll come.
    5 points
  25. I have absolutely no hesitation in saying I'd value a cat's life over his, and I hope he gets hit by a bus.
    5 points
  26. 5 points
  27. sounds like a Pro Evolution line-up
    4 points
  28. Henri Lansbury Characteristics + Strengths Long shots Strong Key passes Strong Taking set-pieces Strong Blocking the ball Strong - Weaknesses Crossing Weak Discipline Weak Concentration Weak Henri Lansbury's Style of Play Likes to play long balls Plays the ball off the ground often Commits fouls often © WhoScored.com * Strengths, weaknesses and styles are calculated from the current season statistics https://www.whoscored.com/Players/32858
    4 points
  29. My mother in law lived across the road from Tony Iommi in Park Lane, Aston. That is all, carry on.
    4 points
  30. 4 points
  31. It's funny but according to VT, the 80 of the 100 worst ever buys have occurred in the past 10 years.....given that the club has existed for 142 years that's an impressive ratio of shit-identification and purchase
    4 points
  32. FFS can't we just sign some players I've heard of? Totti, Veiri, Beckham, Keane, Nedved.. Get Joachim back.. Anyone!
    4 points
  33. I wonder what age a human would stop shitting their pants if they were never potty trained.
    4 points
  34. Are his reflexes as good as this? If not, Johnstone OUT!
    4 points
  35. I settle for promotion and Johnstone going back to Manu with an enhanced reputation.
    4 points
  36. The 12th Day of Crapness, and another gift from Paul Lambert. Even in his best days he wouldn't have been good enough for us, but we signed him on loan when he was past even that. Fat, slow, no composure. None of the qualities you'd want in a striker. Yet this guy had them all. The only positive is that his surname was Villa related. I'm signing off with Grant Holt...
    4 points
  37. I was just checking out who has what left on their contracts and I'd totally forgotten Hutton's is up in the summer. So that cheered me up a bit.
    4 points
  38. Be foolish to sell him IMO - the glimpses of skill and touch he has shown whilst playing out of position and with an awful midfield are enough for me to want him to stay. If he has players to link up with him he could provide a lot of goals and assists I reckon.
    4 points
  39. Thing is, whilst staying in the market should be the number one priority, there's no chance in hell that we will be given that whilst not allowing free movement, and rightly so. Personally I think anyone who thinks otherwise is a little delusional. The leave campaign should be crucified for even suggesting it's possible. I think the majority of people who voted out would rather leave the single market to "take back control", even at the expense of the economy, which is absurd imo. I think it will be slightly hilarious (but more depressing) that after 5 or 10 years after Brexit actually happens, the same people who voted to leave will be the same people who will be up in arms that the economy is worse and their standard of living is worse. "We wanted a Brexit, but not this Brexit". There's a high chance I have no idea what i'm actually going on about, but that's how I feel it will go.
    4 points
  40. Getting a fairly easy ride simply because his name isn't Ashley Westwood. His performance was equally pathetic, it had shades of 15/16 all over it and he wasn't even at the club. The situation is so shit at the minute though we might need him for a while longer. Let's hope he can drag his head out of his arse and put some kind of a shift in.
    4 points
  41. Yes, pretty much. Sometimes worse, sometimes a bit better, but mostly the same. Everything's on the telly, in HD and slo mo and on 37 channels. Everything gets analysed now and perhaps more mistakes are picked up and talked about as a result, but refs and linos have always been human, same as players. There's more technology to help them, but the game is played at breakneck pace and mistakes and so on will always happen. Fuss over nothing, IMO.
    3 points
  42. Back on the day job...
    3 points
  43. I love cats, always had them since being a kid. Had dogs too which I loved but now I'm grown up working and with kids and busy life etc... cats are just perfect. All of my three cats are so loyal and loving. Ive always found it weird when people say they don't like cats, I usually ask if they've ever had one? The answer is always no, thing is cats are completely different with their owners than with strangers. To strangers they seem aloof, arrogant and unfriendly. They're really not though once you have their trust. I know a few people that hated cats, my wife and step children for a start. They absolutely love our cats now. Seen it happen loads of times. Cats rock!
    3 points
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