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  1. Tony Xia

    Show us the plans for the North Stand Tony, its only been minutes since reading and I need to know
  2. Josh Onomah

    Not sure how he gets in ours with his VP displays
  3. Alan Hutton

    I told you all this last few years
  4. Keinan Davis

    ASTON VILLA have handed promising striker Keinan Davis a contract extension. By Alex Harris PUBLISHED: 16:16, Wed, Nov 15, 2017 | UPDATED: 16:16, Wed, Nov 15, 2017 0 GETTY Aston Villa striker Keinan Davis has put pen to paper on a contract extension The 19-year-old striker has signed a new two-and-a-half year deal to commit himself to the Villans until 2020. Davis has established himself as a regular in Steve Bruce's squad this term, scoring twice in the Championship. A host of Premier League clubs including Manchester United and Arsenal have been linked with a move for his signature. “It’s a great feeling to have signed a new contract,” Davis said. “This is another milestone for me this season – I had my first start and my full league debut then an international call-up and this is another one. “The hard work continues, now. I’ve got to keep working and reach that next milestone.” Steve Bruce thinks Davis can reach the top of the game. The Villa boss said: “He’s got a big future the kid, we think. “He’s got to improve a little bit on his finishing and he’s still got a long way to go.” Villa skipper John Terry has also spoken about Davis in glowing terms. The former Chelsea defender said: “He’s a nightmare to play against in training. He really is.” https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/879989/Aston-Villa-News-Keinan-Davis-Contract-EFL-Championship
  5. Alan Hutton

    Told you so many a time
  6. Steve Bruce

    Cant blame Bruce for that though.
  7. Tony Xia

    Sorry I thought this was the Tony Xia thread
  8. Steve Bruce

    With a head the size of his you would think there was a brain in it somewhere, but he has been clueless when it comes to making changes to affect the games in a positive way
  9. James Bree

    I think he will end up in non league
  10. Steve Bruce

  11. Tommy Elphick

    Not in the 85 mins I was there he wasn`t
  12. Tommy Elphick

    Didn`t perform very good against Wigan the other week at centre backs, or at full back for that matter, happy to keep Elphick here
  13. Tony Xia

    The symbol means no vacancy in Japanese
  14. You could not make this up, Birmingham City’s afternoon at St Andrew’s on Saturday afternoon was certainly one to forget. The defeat by Reading leaves Blues with four points from their opening five games and doubtless business to come in the next few days. For one Blues fan, however, he’ll be able to forget the episode pretty quickly - as he fell asleep in a toilet cubicle during the game, and didn't resurface until hours after the final whistle Upon entering the ground again, portraying his incredulity with, ah, colourful language, the Bluenose approached an employee of the club for directions to the exit - and the final score. Learning that Blues were on the wrong end of a 2-0 score-line, he wasn’t best pleased http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/sleepy-birmingham-city-fan-gone-13537037
  15. Alan Hutton

    Looks like we haven't got a right back playing tonight