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  1. ferguson1

    John Terry

    A majestic sight on the touch line.
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    Match Thread: Villa v Swansea

    Can’t believe we haven’t scored a second yet, Bruce out!!
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    Pre-Match Thread

    If fit, i’d go with that team as well. Think it’ll be tight, but also think we’ll manage a narrow win. UTV
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    Pre-Match Thread

    Very attacking, but we’d be completely overrun in midfield playing that team mate. Grealish can’t be part of a two man midfield, unless we were playing five at the back and even then, I don’t think it would work.
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    Jack Grealish

    Not arguing, but i’d say McGinn has had a more than decent start to the season. Especially when you take into account his age and the move south. Back on Grealish, I don’t think he’s been as bad this season as some have made out. He’s just not hit the heights of last season yet!
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    Dean Smith

    I’d say those orange plastic things you refer to were “trick or treat” sweet collectors left behind by Bruce! He loved Halloween and sweets I believe. Smith simply sent the players out to collect them up. Nothing to see here.
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    Christian Purslow

    Totally agree, actions speak louder than words, so we shall see. I could be wrong here, but didn’t Purslow invest in the club upon joining? If he did, that would also suggest commitment and not someone that’s just here for the ride.
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    Christian Purslow

    I for one won't take this guy seriously until we receive his first cryptic tweet, then I'll know he's the real deal
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    Dean Smith

    Haven't listened to the interview yet, but what's happened to the "Villa engine"? From the comments on here this evening it all sounds very positive. Onwards and upwards.
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    January transfer window 2019

    Anyway back on topic, with Terry joining us I wonder if he could convince Gary Cahill to drop a division? He's 32 now, but would be good for 2/3 seasons. I suppose the other option would be to go back in for McKenna again. Either way, we need a centre back. I also wouldn't be against a new keeper and left back joining us in January. Probably been discussed, but does anyone know we can cancel any of the current loans in order to free up some space again? Obviously, I don't mean Abraham, El G or Baller.
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    Sir Doug Ellis

    Think it’s probably been said, but i hope us fans respect the minute silence for him at our next home game. RIP Doug.
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    Richard O’Kelly

    Without checking, i’m sure you’re right mate. When you also think of Keane, Clarke, Wilkins etc, we’ve not had much luck with assistant coaches.
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    Richard O’Kelly

    Just hope this isn't another false dawn. I've read comments on this site previously when we employed Culverhouse and Clemence etc, that they were the brains behind previous managers and what a coup it was getting them. Didn't quite work out that way for us though. I simply know nothing about the guy, but very much hope he's a success here, along with Smith and Terry. Welcome Richard.