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  1. 25 points
    That's just so silly. Look I can understand why you might have voluntarily expunged our crappest from your memory, but Leonhardsen and Mark Kinsella immediately say hello. Isiah Osbourne, we still have Tshibola on our books ffs. Salifou, Jean II Macroon ( forgotten actual name ) Djemba-Djemba, Berson?( I liked Berson tbf ), Chris Herd, just a few others who were actively bad or not good enough.Bjarnason has offered more than all those easily. he's far from the best, but if he ends up playing occasionally this season where injuries happen, I'm fine with it. I'm so bored with absurdly over the top pronouncements. Fine, you don't rate him, but stuff like "the worst ever" is just ridiculous.
  2. 15 points
    My 50th birthday today. Day off work. Wife currently cooking a full English. Thai meal out with the family tonight. Flying to Vienna on Friday with best mate of 42 years, who is 50 on Thursday. Life’s good and it’s not even a Wednesday!
  3. 11 points
    I think you’ve misunderstood what @villareport posts on his twitter account. He is basically a Villa news aggregator (a twitter version of Newsnow) and merely posts what is reported on Villa across the web. He never claims to verify any of the information as that is not his purpose; he simply posts Villa news reported, it’s up to the reader to decide the veracity if the information. Think you should understand what certain accounts do prior to unfairly judging them. Personally, I think his account provides a quick and immediate summary of Villa bits and pieces in one place and is pretty useful
  4. 11 points
  5. 10 points
    Exactly. So another 48 hours to wait.
  6. 9 points
    We need to stop bitching about Xia selling any sell on clauses. Xia kept us out of bankruptcy long enough for us to get our current owners in. Wyness wanted us to go into admin so he could get his mates to buy us on the cheap. Xia has many faults but he was a breath of fresh air at the time, allowing Villa Fans to believe again. The first year bills were paid and he was pumping money in and we did a lot of Spending that first Summer and then Bruce in that first Winter transfer time. Something happened where he was no longer able to pump money in etc but he allowed Bruce to bring in loans such as Snodgrass and sign Terry. He gambled and lost. Xia respected Villa and wanted the best for his dream of taking the club back. As said he has many faults, trusting pieces of poop like Wyness is one of them but Xia's time and the explosion of interest again when we just missed promotion attracted our new overlords and for that we should be thankful even if we miss a few million on sell on clauses.
  7. 9 points
    I'm a dad, we have no idea. And:
  8. 8 points
    @Delphinho123 tonight watching this one drag on into Wednesday
  9. 8 points
    Out of interest when was the last time you had your hard drive checked?
  10. 7 points
    You are not wrong in your appraisal of Neil Maupay, he will be every defenders nightmare, small, quick, nippy and able to turn defenders inside out at times, just look back when you played us at Griffin Park and look at the reaction of Mings when he done him up like a kipper and scored. We know It’s on the cards he will be on his way to you once we have signed our new forward, that’s why he’s not be involved in pre season matches, as we are protecting him from injury to get a price that is suitable to both sides. If you do get him you will not be disappointed, he’s the hardest working forward I have ever seen in over 60 years of supporting the Bees, and please don’t compare him with that lazy arse Hogan, his work rate and attitude are worlds apart, and no, we don’t want Hogan back. !!!
  11. 7 points
  12. 7 points
  13. 7 points
    Santamaria would be a pretty solid signing for MLS side Columbus Crew
  14. 6 points
    On a Wednesday? I don't think you need to worry.
  15. 6 points
    Actually, have you found that you can pick up noises further away since this started happening? It's just that because it went in through your ear it can also cause ...
  16. 6 points
    What? I am amazed anyone would still defend that fraud.
  17. 6 points
  18. 6 points
    wasnt Ronaldo 33 when he joined Juventus for 80m???
  19. 5 points
    I think you'll find that was Nirvana, not Sigur Rós.
  20. 5 points
    Re: the 3 at the back option. There's no point working on Plan B until you're happy with Plan A. Four at the back still allows us to play with one DM and one striker (4-1-4-1, 4-3-3), two pivots and a striker (4-2-3-1) or two box-to-box CMs and two strikers (4-4-2). And you can vary what types of wingers you use - Jota will tuck in and do more defensively than the other wingers. That's plenty of variation to worry about already. With so many new players joining, I don't see the benefit of playing around with the defensive line on top of that. Especially since Mings is the only player who was here last season. So that's why I think Smith might look a bit inflexible at the moment, but the way he talks about football suggests he's more than happy to try new things when it makes sense. Also, formations are how know-nothing journalists like Henry Winter think about football. Anyone who's played football knows that two teams can play the same formation and have completely different tactics.
  21. 5 points
    Reo-Coker is one of the worst passers to play centre midfield for us, probably even worse than Jedinak
  22. 5 points
    They'll be testing him for George's Marvelous Medicine.
  23. 5 points
    2019 has been quite a difficult and stressful year for me, arguably the worst of my adult life. Today I had probably my proudest moment on a personal level, collecting the keys for my first home. I don't have anything there yet. But I went after work and just sat on the living room floor for over an hour. It was great.
  24. 4 points
  25. 4 points
    It’s like the old saying. If you throw enough shit at a wall then some of it will hit a broken clock twice. Or something
  26. 4 points
  27. 4 points
    He will be know to his friends ( us) as................ Medical Nakamba.
  28. 4 points
  29. 4 points
    It was nice to have a conversation on here without somebody being racist...
  30. 4 points
    I just think Brentford are a bit more ambitious than a lot of you give them credit for. Sure, they have been selling huge amounts of players every year, but they are now at a place they have easily the most talented, competitive team in their history. With 3 years left on his contract and with far fewer key players leaving this summer (as well as completely breaking their transfer policy by getting Jansson) I think they'll be gambling that they can get up this year and if not they can sell him next summer. They have good cash reserves and a pretty much paid for stadium on the way. If we offer stupid money no doubt they would accept, but I can't see us doing it. I'm sure we're interested, but think we'll be happy to keep an eye on him then revisit in January or next summer if the deal looks more doable then.
  31. 4 points
    I have been watching a lot of Japanese videos about culture and food and stuff on YouTube the last few months, mainly 'Only in Japan' and 'TabiEats', now and again the missus' lad watches a few with me but outside of that never talks about it. Anyway, me and a friend were going to Yo! Sushi in bullring for lunch today and he asked to come at the last minute. Okay. So we sat down and picked up a few things and out of nowhere he started using the chopsticks like a pro, asked the staff to bring him some takoyaki (fried octopus doughballs) and Ramune and then the best bit, he busted out the 'itadakimasu' phrase before eating. He's 9 years old and this was all unprompted. Was awesome to see. My mate was looking at me and just laughing at the situation. Funny as ****. We just got home not long ago and I asked how he knew all that and he showed me his YouTube history and he's been watching all the same videos as me on his own on the sly. Proper funny little chap
  32. 4 points
    He's not even in the top 10 of worst midfielders we've had during the past decade.
  33. 4 points
  34. 4 points
    Honestly think he is one of the worst midfielders I've seen for this club the last 30 years.
  35. 4 points
    There was me thinking "well at least it isn't AIDs" And then you drop that on me. **** sake. 12th AIDs diagnosis I've had this year
  36. 4 points
    You're trying too hard. Less is more.
  37. 4 points
    They're also making pipeline protesters into terrorists. Goodbye free speech and right of assembly.
  38. 4 points
    “A boat’s a boat but a mystery box could be anything... ... it could even be a boat!”
  39. 4 points
    Does anyone have conversations on the phone and you don’t know who you’re talking to? I had a number ring me earlier which I didn’t know. The other person obviously knew me and asked me if I could get him a bag of cement this week. I said yes no problem mate. I then asked how he was doing, and he said he’s alright, he’s just trying to sort himself out, and he’s chilling with his dad. The convo ended with i’ll let you know about the cement, and he said cheers mate. I haven’t got a clue who it was. It’s not the first time I’ve done this . For the life of me I haven’t got a clue who it was.
  40. 3 points
    Aston Villa statistics : 2019/2020 Premier League 2 - Division 2 - Under-23 development league TABLE (as of 09/03/2020) P W D L F A GD Pts 1 West Ham United 18 14 4 0 58 21 +37 46 2 Manchester United 17 14 1 2 45 17 +28 43 3 West Bromwich Albion 16 11 1 4 38 22 +16 34 4 Stoke City 18 8 3 7 32 27 +5 27 5 Middlesbrough 18 8 2 8 34 43 -9 26 6 Newcastle United 18 8 1 9 29 32 -3 25 7 Aston Villa 17 6 4 7 27 28 -1 22 8 Swansea City 17 6 3 8 22 32 -10 21 9 Reading 18 6 2 10 35 37 -2 20 10 Fulham 18 6 2 10 26 32 -6 20 11 Norwich City 17 5 2 10 23 35 -12 17 12 Sunderland 18 0 1 17 10 53 -43 1 PLAYER Nat A(S) A-Mid 0-1 A-Swa 1-1 H-Nor 1-1 A-Sun 2-1 A-Sto 0-2 H-MU 4-1 H-Ful 1-0 A-Rea 3-3 H-New 3-2 A-WHU 0-4 H-Mid 5-3 H-Swa 1-1 H-Sun 4-0 A-Nor 1-2 H-WBA 0-1 A-Ful 0-2 H-Rea 1-3 A-New H-WHU A-WBA H-Sto A-MU Kalinić, Lovre (GK) 1 (0) S Marschall, Filip (GK) 0 (0) u Nyland, Ørjan (GK) 3 (0) S S S Ónodi, Ákos (GK) 0 (0) u Searle, Jamie (GK) 2 (0) u u u u u S u S u u u u Sinisalo, Viljami (GK) 11 (0) S S u S S u u S u S S u S S S S Bazeley-Graham, Isaiah (RB) 2 (0) S S u u Bridge, Mungo (CB) 12 (0) S S S S u u u S S S S S S S S Burton, Bradley (CB) 3 (0) S S S Chester, James (CB) 3 (0) S S S Hause, Kortney (CB) 1 (0) S Kesler, Kaine (RB/RWB) 3 (0) S S S Revan, Dominic (CB) 6 (3) u o S S S o o S S S Revan, Sebastian (LB) 4 (0) S S S S Sohna, Myles (CB) 0 (0) u Suliman, Easah (CB) 11 (0) S S S S S S S S S S S Walker, Jake (RB) 14 (0) S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Birch, Jack (CM) 6 (3) u u S u S S u u u o o o u S S S Brunt, Lewis (CM) 7 (5) S S S o S o S S o o o S Chukwuemeka, Carney (CM) 1 (2) o o S Clarke, Jack (CM) 11 (2) o S S S S S S S S S S S o Hooper, Anton (RW) 0 (4) o u o o o u Lindley, Hayden (CM) 0 (0) u Philogene-Bidace, Jaden (RW) 3 (0) S S S Ramsey, Aaron (ACM) 2 (0) S S Ramsey, Jacob (ACM) 11 (1) S o S S S S S S S S S S Rowe, Callum (CM) 9 (1) o u S S S S S S S S S Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 11 (3) S S o o S S o S S S S S S S Archer, Cameron (F) 11 (3) S S S S S S S S o S S o S o Barry, Louie (F) 1 (0) S Davis, Keinan (F) 1 (0) S Guy, Ben (F) 8 (4) o o o S u o S S S S S S S Kodjia, Jonathan (F) 1 (0) S Odutayo, Colin (F) 4 (4) S u o u o o o S S u S u Sea, Dimitri (F) 0 (5) u o o o o o Tait, Michael (F) 11 (2) S S S S S S S o o S S S S u Wright, Tyreik (F) 13 (0) S S S S S S S S S S S S S Name in BOLD played in >= 50% of games = Goal(s) scored = Assist(s) created S = Started o = Came On u = Unused Sub # TOP SCORERS Gls 1 Vassilev, Indiana 6 1 Ramsey, Jacob 6 3 Archer, Cameron 4 4 Wright, Tyreik 3 4 Tait, Michael 3 6 Clarke, Jack 2 7 Barry, Louie 1 7 Sea, Dimitri 1 7 Guy, Ben 1 # TOP ASSISTS Ast 1 Ramsey, Jacob 5 2 Tait, Michael 3 3 Walker, Jake 2 3 Odutayo, Colin 2 3 Archer, Cameron 2 3 Clarke, Jack 2 3 Vassilev, Indiana 2 8 Wright, Tyreik 1 8 Guy, Ben 1 8 Rowe, Callum 1 8 Revan, Dominic 1 FIXTURES/RESULTS 09/08/2019 Heritage Park @ 19:00 Middlesbrough 1-0 Aston Villa ATT : 175 91' Liddle, Ben (p) 19/08/2019 Landore Training Ctr @ 19:00 Swansea City 1-1 Aston Villa ATT : 278 08' Evans, Keiran 52' Tait, Michael (Ramsey) 24/08/2019 Villa Park @ 15:00 Aston Villa 1-1 Norwich City ATT : 332 47' Archer, Cameron 73' Fitzpatrick, Aidan (Lomas) 30/08/2019 Stadium of Light @ 19:00 Sunderland 1-2 Aston Villa ATT : 349 25' Ramsey, Jacob (Revan) 36' Guy, Ben (Ramsey) 44' Mbunga-Kimpioka, Benjamin (Dunne) 16/09/2019 Leek Town @ 19:00 Stoke City 2-0 Aston Villa ATT : 213 17' Campbell, Tyrese (p) 26' Campbell, Tyrese 23/09/2019 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa 4-1 Manchester United ATT : 469 14' Vassilev, Indiana (Rowe) 30' Wright, Tyreik(p) 37' Ramsey, Jacob (Vassilev) 42' Ramsey, Jacob 69' Traore, Aliou 21/10/2019 Villa Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-0 Fulham ATT : 253 83' Vassilev, Indiana (Clarke) 28/10/2019 Adams Park @ 19:00 Reading 3-3 Aston Villa ATT : 248 18' Ramsey, Jacob 30' Loader, Daniel (p) 45' Archer, Cameron (Vassilev) 57' Loader, Daniel 69' Loader, Daniel (p) 87' Sea, Dimitri (Ramsey) 04/11/2019 Villa Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa 3-2 Newcastle United ATT : 292 23' Wright, Tyreik (Guy) 40' Charman, Luke (Young) 44' Ramsey, Jacob (Archer) 67' Charman, Luke (Allan) 90' Tait, Michael (Odutayo) 22/11/2019 Dagenham & Redbridge @ 19:00 West Ham United 4-0 Aston Villa ATT : 201 25' Holland, Nathan 38' Lewis, Alfie 55' Kemp, Daniel (Holland) 60' Scully, Anthony (Holland) 09/12/2019 Bodymoor Heath @ 19:00 Aston Villa 5-3 Middlesbrough ATT : 166 05' Vassilev, Indiana (Tait) 07' Dodds, Daniel 30' Vassilev, Indiana (Ramsey) 57' Jones, Isaiah 68' Clarke, Jack (Tait) 72' Clarke, Jack (Odutayo) 79' Tait, Michael (Walker) 88' Dodds, Daniel 16/12/2019 Bodymoor Heath @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-1 Swansea City ATT : 171 33' Wright, Tyreik (Tait) 45' Cooper, Brandon (Evans) 06/01/2020 Bodymoor Heath @ 19:00 Aston Villa 4-0 Sunderland ATT : 192 02' Vassilev, Indiana (Walker) 04' Vassilev, Indiana 08' Archer, Cameron (Clarke) 35' Ramsey, Jacob (Archer) 10/01/2020 Colney Training Ctr @ 14:30 Norwich City 2-1 Aston Villa ATT : 80 03' Hutchinson, Shae 43' Archer, Cameron (Ramsey) 78' Hutchinson, Shae 03/02/2020 Bodymoor Heath @ 19:00 Aston Villa 0-1 West Bromwich Albion ATT : 429 12' Clayton-Phillips, Nick (Harmon) 14/02/2020 Motspur Park @ 19:00 Fulham 2-0 Aston Villa ATT : 150 34' De La Torre, Luca (Drameh) 84' Carvalho, Fabio (Jasper) 02/03/2020 Bodymoor Heath @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-3 Reading ATT : 405 27' Pendlebury, Oliver 53' East, Ryan (Loader) 69' Loader, Daniel (Azeez) 74' Barry, Louie (Wright) 13/03/2020 Northumberland FA @ 19:00 Newcastle United - Aston Villa 06/04/2020 Villa Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa - West Ham United 13/04/2020 Aggborough @ 19:00 West Bromwich Albion - Aston Villa 20/04/2020 Bodymoor Heath @ 19:00 Aston Villa - Stoke City 01/05/2020 Old Trafford @ 19:00 Manchester United - Aston Villa Aston Villa statistics : 2019/2020 Premier League Cup Premier League Cup : Group D P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Exeter City 6 4 2 0 14 5 +9 14 2 Doncaster Rovers 6 4 1 1 12 5 +7 13 3 Aston Villa 6 2 0 4 9 12 -3 6 4 Portsmouth 6 0 1 5 5 18 -13 1 PLAYER Nat A(S) A-Exe 0-3 H-Don 0-1 H-Pom 6-0 H-Exe 0-4 A-Don 0-4 A-Pom 3-0 Marschall, Filip (GK) 0 (0) u Ónodi, Ákos (GK) 0 (0) u u u Searle, Jamie (GK) 5 (0) S S S S u S Sinisalo, Viljami (GK) 1 (0) u S Appiah, Paul (CB) 1 (0) S Bazeley-Graham, Isaiah (RB) 2 (0) S S Bridge, Mungo (CB) 6 (0) S S S S S S Burton, Bradley (CB) 1 (0) S Kesler, Kaine (RB/RWB) 2 (0) S S Revan, Dominic (CB) 2 (1) o S S Revan, Sebastian (LB) 2 (0) S S Sohna, Myles (CB) 0 (1) o Suliman, Easah (CB) 1 (0) S u Walker, Jake (RB) 4 (0) S S S S Birch, Jack (CM) 5 (1) S S S S o S Brunt, Lewis (CM) 2 (2) S S o o Chukwuemeka, Carney (CM) 1 (0) S Clarke, Jack (CM) 3 (0) S S S Farr, Charlie (CM) 0 (1) o Hooper, Anton (RW) 2 (0) u S u S Philogene-Bidace, Jaden (RW) 1 (1) S o Ramsey, Aaron (ACM) 2 (0) S S Ramsey, Jacob (ACM) 3 (0) S S S Rowe, Callum (CM) 3 (0) S S S Sohna, Harrison (CM) 0 (0) u Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 2 (2) S o o S Archer, Cameron (F) 3 (1) S S S o u Barry, Louie (F) 0 (1) o Guy, Ben (F) 1 (2) o u o S Odutayo, Colin (F) 2 (1) o S S u Pressley, Aaron (F) 0 (1) o Sea, Dimitri (F) 3 (0) S S S Tait, Michael (F) 2 (1) u S S o Wright, Tyreik (F) 4 (0) S S S S # PL CUP SCORERS Gls 1 Wright, Tyreik 2 2 Ramsey, Jacob 1 3 Archer, Cameron 1 4 Brunt, Lewis 1 5 Sea, Dimitri 1 6 OG 1 7 Ramsey, Aaron 1 8 Philogene-Bidace, Jaden 1 # PL CUP ASSISTS Gls PL CUP FIXTURES/RESULTS 03/10/2019 St. James' Park @ 19:00 Exeter City 3-0 Aston Villa 43' Seymour, Ben ATT : 520 48' Jay, Matt 72' Dyer, Jordan 11/11/2019 Keys Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa 0-1 Doncaster Rovers 68' Watters, Max 29/11/2019 Bodymoor Heath @ 19:00 Aston Villa 6-0 Portsmouth 43' Ramsey, Jacob 45' Archer, Cameron 59' Wright, Tyreik 64' Brunt, Lewis 90' Sea, Dimitri 93' OG 16/01/2020 Bodymoor Heath @ 14:00 Aston Villa 0-4 Exeter City 09' Wilson, Lewis 60' Dean, Will 61' Wilson, Lewis 78' Seymour, Ben 29/01/2020 Keepmoat Stadium @ 19:00 Doncaster Rovers 4-0 Aston Villa 20' Trialist, B 29' Watters, Max 49' Watters, Max 61' Trialist, C 25/02/2020 Nyewood Lane @ 19:00 Portsmouth 0-3 Aston Villa 53' Ramsey, Aaron 59' Wright, Tyreik 78' Philogene-Bidace, Jaden Aston Villa statistics : 2019/2020 EFL Trophy EFL Trophy : Northern Group C P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Salford City 2 2 0 0 4 0 +4 6 2 Tranmere Rovers 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 3 3 Aston Villa 2 0 0 2 1 4 -3 0 EFL TROPHY FIXTURES/RESULTS 03/09/2019 Peninsula Stadium @ 19:45 Salford City 2-0 Aston Villa ATT : 916 80' Lloyd, Danny (p) 82' Rooney, Adam 08/10/2019 Prenton Park @ 19:45 Tranmere Rovers 2-1 Aston Villa ATT : 978 02' Archer, Cameron 14' Ray, George (Blackett-Taylor) 78' Jennings, Connor (Blackett-Taylor) # EFL TROPHY SCORERS Gls 1 Archer, Cameron 1 PLAYER Nat A(S) A-Sal 0-2 A-Tra 1-2 Marschall, Filip (GK) 0 (0) u u Searle, Jamie (GK) 2 (0) S S Bridge, Mungo (CB) 0 (0) u u Revan, Dominic (CB) 2 (0) S S Sohna, Myles (CB) 0 (0) u Suliman, Easah (CB) 2 (0) S S Walker, Jake (RB) 2 (0) S S Birch, Jack (CM) 2 (0) S S Brunt, Lewis (CM) 2 (0) S S Chukwuemeka, Carney (CM) 0 (0) u Clarke, Jack (CM) 2 (0) S S Hayden, Kaine (CM) 0 (0) u Philogene-Bidace, Jaden (RW) 0 (1) o Rowe, Callum (CM) 2 (0) S S Sohna, Harrison (CM) 0 (1) o Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 0 (1) o Archer, Cameron (F) 2 (0) S S Guy, Ben (F) 0 (1) o u Odutayo, Colin (F) 0 (1) o Pressley, Aaron (F) 0 (0) u Tait, Michael (F) 2 (0) S S Wright, Tyreik (F) 2 (0) S S Youngest PLAYER DOB APPS 1 Barry, Louie (F) 21/06/2003 2 (1-1-0) 2 Revan, Sebastian (LB) 29/01/2003 6 (6-0-0) 3 Ramsey, Aaron (ACM) 21/01/2003 4 (4-0-0) 4 Kesler, Kaine (RB/RWB) 23/10/2002 5 (5-0-0) 5 Appiah, Paul (CB) 13/10/2002 1 (1-0-0) 6 Lindley, Hayden (CM) 02/09/2002 0 (0-0-1) 7 Marschall, Filip (GK) 03/08/2002 0 (0-0-2) 8 Sohna, Myles (CB) 01/07/2002 1 (0-1-1) 9 Sohna, Harrison (CM) 01/07/2002 0 (0-0-1) 10 Philogene-Bidace, Jaden (RW) 18/05/2002 5 (4-1-0) 11 Farr, Charlie (CM) 22/03/2002 1 (0-1-0) 12 Burton, Bradley (CB) 26/12/2001 4 (4-0-0) 13 Pressley, Aaron (F) 07/11/2001 1 (0-1-0) 14 Sinisalo, Viljami (GK) 11/10/2001 12 (12-0-6) 15 Wright, Tyreik (F) 22/09/2001 17 (17-0-0) 16 Ónodi, Ákos (GK) 02/09/2001 0 (0-0-4) 17 Searle, Jamie (GK) 23/08/2001 7 (7-0-11) 18 Archer, Cameron (F) 21/07/2001 18 (14-4-1) 19 Ramsey, Jacob (ACM) 28/05/2001 15 (14-1-0) 20 Sea, Dimitri (F) 02/05/2001 8 (3-5-1) 21 Odutayo, Colin (F) 08/03/2001 11 (6-5-5) 22 Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 16/02/2001 18 (13-5-0) 23 Hooper, Anton (RW) 07/02/2001 6 (2-4-4) 24 Tait, Michael (F) 29/01/2001 16 (13-3-2) 25 Birch, Jack (CM) 23/11/2000 15 (11-4-7) 26 Brunt, Lewis (CM) 06/11/2000 16 (9-7-0) 27 Walker, Jake (RB) 03/11/2000 18 (18-0-0) 28 Guy, Ben (F) 02/11/2000 15 (9-6-2) 29 Revan, Dominic (CB) 19/09/2000 12 (8-4-1) 30 Bridge, Mungo (CB) 12/09/2000 18 (18-0-3) 31 Bazeley-Graham, Isaiah (RB) 03/02/2000 4 (4-0-2) 32 Rowe, Callum (CM) 02/09/1999 13 (12-1-1) 33 Clarke, Jack (CM) 30/01/1999 16 (14-2-0) 34 Davis, Keinan (F) 13/02/1998 1 (1-0-0) 35 Suliman, Easah (CB) 26/01/1998 12 (12-0-1) 36 Hause, Kortney (CB) 16/07/1995 1 (1-0-0) 37 Nyland, Ørjan (GK) 10/09/1990 3 (3-0-0) 38 Kalinić, Lovre (GK) 03/04/1990 1 (1-0-0) 39 Kodjia, Jonathan (F) 22/10/1989 1 (1-0-0) 40 Chester, James (CB) 23/01/1989 3 (3-0-0) 41 Chukwuemeka, Carney (CM) N/A 4 (2-2-0) 42 Hayden, Kaine (CM) N/A 0 (0-0-0)
  41. 3 points
    I dont really care about his intentions, he was on the verge of ending Villa as we know it. In my opinion what he did borders being criminal, if it not de facto was. On top of that he was full of crap giving out promises that he no way would be able to fulfill. He expceted us fans to buy into his lies and keep putting our souls and our money into the club. No matter what his intentions may or may not have been or what role the change of policy in China may have played, he was a con man. In my eyes he does not deserve the slightest respect, but should be glad that he is not behind bars.
  42. 3 points
    Quite surprised by the Good Place. at first I thought it was just ok but easy to watch so continued with it. after the conclusion of the first season I now think it’s great!
  43. 3 points
    Even with a new leader Labour would not win an election. It's gone beyond that right now. A new leader would only stem the flow of votes from the party. New policies entirely required and we're years off that happening. In terms of Brexit it might be best in the short term if Corbyn stayed put and destroyed the party's public standing completely. Labour has almost destroyed itself in its Welsh heartlands, an opinion poll was published the other day that gives Plaid the most seats if a Welsh Assembly vote was held now. Let that sink in... Plaid are currently looking like the party most likely to in a number of South Wales seats... that is entirely unheard of. It's already buggered up Scotland for itself. I've never seen the party in such a bad position in over 40 years of me showing an interest in politics
  44. 3 points
    Right in front of the Holte End, I still feel totally puzzled how the ref could not give a penalty for such a blatant foul. Honestly, how could any referee in the world miss the evidence? “He played ‘the advantage’ and missed” would have been the referee’s thought. Yes, because the shot was delivered with his shorts waistband around his knees! Where’s the advantage in that? FFS! One of the few occasions I would support ‘going down’ instead of attempting a shot.
  45. 3 points
    Interesting! I've not seen or heard about this very rare and specific form of AIDS for a long time. But you can be sure it's definitely AIDS. It's a kind of a neural brain AIDS. Usually you get it from a tick that climbed into your ear one night and set up shop in your cerebellum. I wouldn't worry about it.
  46. 3 points
    I honestly think keeping McGinn can be the difference between surviving our initial season, or getting relegated again. It's one of the few British football grafters we got, and he has genuine quality. He also is well drilled in our tactics, has good relations with other key players like Grealish and El Ghazi. Selling him would be utterly foolish even if it was financially sound. Fortunately we won't be selling him, so take that talk and listen to Mr. Gold.
  47. 3 points
    Can he play right back?!
  48. 3 points
  49. 3 points
    It sounds like a pair of footballers from a "Toast of London" 5 a side team. "Can you hear me Baptiste Santamaria" etc...
  50. 3 points
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