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  1. This. I've not missed it at all. I don't think I'd care if it were to never come back
  2. Hahahaha VillaReport. The copy and paste kings of twitter. Shithouse of a twitter page
  3. If this turns out to be the worst then I fear for his future at the club, in the short time that's probably left. We would have to make a strong stance in the current climate.
  4. Bruce even admitted on TV the other night that results have been OK, and need to be improved. Fair play to him.
  5. Bruce has played this well in saying he's not leaving. It means he's got a chance to fight for his place. Hopefully showing some more effort etc. If he was to come out and say he's available would mean less effort from Ross, why would he bother? If the right bid/swap came in then I reckon Bruce would get rid. We would have to change the team/formation to suit Ross and I don't think he's good enough to warrant that.
  6. If he's up to no good or not, I trust Bruce will get to the bottom of it and he'll deal with it in the right way. Out of interest....Does this stuff show up in a drugs test?
  7. 4 points from his first 2 games is a good return. He wasn't my first choice, but I'm pleased with his start. It's clear the players aren't fully fit (not the first time we've seen that at Villa). I think we'll get through the next 2 games without being beaten.
  8. I reckon Bruce will go in for Colback at Hull
  9. Lambert, no premier league club wants you either.
  10. Gabby made 10 passes in the whole game yesterday. That is awful.
  11. Lambert just has to go, there can't be any reason not to sack him.
  12. It was never going to work out, he's always unfit and we don't play well enough to get the best out of him when he is fit.
  13. He's got good enough. He should not be in our first 11.
  14. I think he should keep his job until the summer.
  15. Lambert was poor last night. Throwing on strikers lost us our shape and discipline and Bradford found it easy to create space coming forward. We should have stuck to same plan as the first half. CNZ was playing well, then he turned into his usual heavy touch and running into players in the second half. With all those forwards on the pitch, not one of them was near the 6 yard box when Bennett put the ball over.
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