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  1. Tony Xia

    Dr Xia`s latest tweet wants us to become kidnappers! http://www.goal.com/en/news/13712/extra-time/2017/01/18/31687912/ Dr. Tony Xia ✔ @Dr_TonyXia Understood all frustrations but if you can help club go to kidnap our targets to come earlier then I would be very happy too. Pls be patient … 6:36 PM - 17 Jan 2017
  2. Academy General Topic

    FA Youth Cup: Villa Park to host Broxbourne Borough clash Villa Park will host our FA Youth Cup fifth round clash next month. We defeated Blackburn Rovers 7-6 on penalties to reach this stage and set up a clash with ninth-tier Broxbourne Borough. The game will take place on Saturday February 4, with an 11am kick-off. We boast a good record in the competition, having reached the final in 2010 and the semi-final in 2011. As well as winning it in 2002, we were also runners-up in 2004. https://www.avfc.co.uk/News/2017/01/17/fa-youth-cup-date-confirmed
  3. The push for the Play offs ?

    Roughly where will finish sadly,unless we buy a new team in the next 2 weeks
  4. Ritchie De Laet

    Bacuna at right back = right back to Championship
  5. R.I.P Graham Taylor

    Posted 8 hours ago · Report post I was there as well and remember that, also we were singing Graham Taylors claret and blue army before half time, never stopped singing it all through half time and carried on for a number of mins into the second half, the longest chant I have ever witnessed from us or anyone else, indeed at the end of the match the Everton fans to a man leaving on the left hand side applauded us Villa fans, after the match said they had never witnessed fans like us before. Back to the topic, RIP GT. another HITS. The Dougal Mob, singing in the rain.
  6. R.I.P Graham Taylor

    I was there as well and remember that, also we were singing Graham Taylors claret and blue army before half time, never stopped singing it all through half time and carried on for a number of mins into the second half, the longest chant I have ever witnessed from us or anyone else, indeed at the end of the match the Everton fans to a man leaving on the left hand side applauded us Villa fans, after the match said they had never witnessed fans like us before. Back to the topic RIP GT. another HITS.
  7. I think its more to do with how much more older he is to have played 250 more games rather than any talent.
  8. Academy General Topic

    Broxbourne Borough U18s 1-0 Yeovil Town U18s: Alie Bangura's strike sets up FA Youth Cup fifth-round clash with Aston Villa as fairtytale continues Alie Bangura's strike opened the scoring for Broxbourne Borough in the first half Yeovil pushed for an equaliser in the second period but Broxbourne stood firm Manager Roy Bleau has developed a team that preaches technical ability Broxbourne Borough now face Aston Villa in the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup By Amitai Winehouse For The Daily Mail Published: 23:04, 11 January 2017 | Updated: 23:04, 11 January 2017 Even before Wednesday night's victory against Yeovil Town, Broxbourne Borough's FA Youth Cup run belonged in the pantheon of football fairytales. Now it's hard to imagine even the Brothers Grimm coming up with a tale this strange. Broxbourne have gone against the grain of youth development in England, assembling a side that ranks among the 16 best in the country over the course of nine years. Manager Roy Bleau has developed a team that preaches technical ability, achieves results and has somehow stayed out of the hands of the academy system. <img id="i-f90473352235a856" src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/01/10/20/3C05AA8C00000578-4106510-Broxbourne_Borough_s_Under_18s_side_take_on_Yeovil_Town_on_Wedne-a-36_1484080717924.jpg" height="476" width="634" alt="Broxbourne Borough's Under-18s side take on Yeovil Town on Wednesday - Back row: Jack Price, Nicky Moir, Dylan Bolister, Lewis Dickinson, Richard Oluwatoyin, Garvey Tulloch-Jordan, Nevile Namutenda, Christian Anuyagu, Alie Bangura, Kaine Myer. Front Row: Jay Batchelor, George Quarrington-Carter, Brandon Walsh, James Kelly, Frankie Chandler, Mark Omotobora, Joe Patrick" class="blkBorder img-share"/> Broxbourne Borough's Under-18s side take on Yeovil Town on Wednesday - Back row: Jack Price, Nicky Moir, Dylan Bolister, Lewis Dickinson, Richard Oluwatoyin, Garvey Tulloch-Jordan, Nevile Namutenda, Christian Anuyagu, Alie Bangura, Kaine Myer. Front Row: Jay Batchelor, George Quarrington-Carter, Brandon Walsh, James Kelly, Frankie Chandler, Mark Omotobora, Joe Patrick They have been crafted into one of the most formidable units in youth football, having played an age group up last season and still finished fourth in their division. And that is why a packed Goffs Lane, with over 1,000 in attendance, witnessed one of the biggest upsets they could. Broxbourne's senior side sit bottom of the ninth tier. Yeovil Town's are 16th in League Two. On the night it did not matter, not for the Under-18s. They triumphed 1-0. From the moment Alie Bangura struck past the Yeovil goalkeeper in the opening exchanges, it became clear an upset was on the cards. It was a swift start from a team that went into this game as one of football's best secrets and emerged from it as a side being spoken about across social media. The game settled into a pattern. Broxbourne had a lead to protect while Yeovil needed to avoid an upset. So Yeovil pushed. And Broxbourne broke. The clear cut chances did not come for Yeovil in the first-half. But by the second they were on top and, understandably, the hosts found themselves trying to keep them at bay. Which they managed to shock Yeovil and reach the fifth round of the Youth Cup. Broxbourne's senior side play in the ninth tier alongside the likes of Tring Athletic, Hertford Town and St Margaretsbury but their youth team now face a fixture away against Aston Villa. To face the Under-18s side of a team that was in the Premier League just last years is a stunning achievement even for an incredible unit that remains undefeated in the league this season. At this stage of the competition, most sides play at their actual stadium. Villa Park anyone? That would seem like the natural conclusion to their dream run, but it would be a surprise if Broxbourne were ready to wake up just yet http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-4110520/Broxbourne-s-Alie-Bangura-sets-FA-Youth-Cup-fifth-round-clash-Aston-Villa.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
  9. Agent Gardner going back then, met him in Dubai a few times and told me that he supported the Villa as a kid although he went to some Bloose matches as well, and that Gary was only ever a Villa fan
  10. Villa vs Barnet

    My son who was around 8 at the time called him the man with a cat on his head
  11. Aly Cissokho

    Not so sure about Amavi atm
  12. Aaron Tshibola

    Anyone who buys the Sun or the Star or reads it is a moron
  13. Villa vs Barnet

    You cant beat the Doog!
  14. Rushian Hepburn-Murphy

    Nor ours
  15. Rushian Hepburn-Murphy

    Yea, what world are you from, the majority of professional footballers I have met, and its a lot are as thick as s##t, easily manipulated.