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ejs1111

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  1. Axe Body Spray will come calling surely. Jack Body Spray
  2. They are sending the pen to ESR piece by piece over a period of 4 weeks. 1st the cap, then the ink, followed by the internals, last the instructions for assembly.
  3. very good points. Then you look over and see GS as manager and realize half these players will be left home in 2022 World Cup because 16 RBs are needed on the 23 man roster.
  4. When did you take over for Villalad? I missed the transition. Has anyone seen them in the same thread together??
  5. I don't think Villa will win more games next season. Maybe 1+...getting us to 17-18 wins. But I can see us turning more losses into Draws. That will help us climb the table, dropping less points. Assuming our injuries are similar to this past season (no season ending ones) I can see us in that 65 point range next season. That is typically top7, and occasionally top4. I too am very hopeful that we make a deep cup run this coming season and grab a trophy. Given our success against the top teams this year, we certainly have a good shot with an improved squad.
  6. I refuse to believe any of these Emi rumors until this thread reaches the Rashica level of fish puns.
  7. 111 million 4 players. 2-3 will be big money, the 4th will be cover/youth/backup type. DM RW/IF CAM/W LB/CB type for cover Thats my personal order of importance. UTV
  8. I posted this on Twitter... what I'd like to see if this SuperLeague actually happens: The Premier League says: Ok Big6... you can stay in the Premier League, however each club is fined for this breach every year for participating in the SuperLeague. The sum of the fine is EQUAL to the payout ($350mil). That is the price you pay to remain in the Premier League and continue moving forward with status quo. All fines collected from the 'SuperLeague Tax' every year are distributed equally between all 20 teams. So the Big6 will get some of that money back, but they will get the same amount as everyone else. Problem solved... enjoy your little closed shop ya pricks- and thanks for the extra $2.1bil for the Premier League teams. If they don't agree to these terms- they are expelled from English football.
  9. I posted this on Twitter... what I'd like to see if this SuperLeague actually happens: The Premier League says: Ok Big6... you can stay in the Premier League, however each club is fined for this breach every year for participating in the SuperLeague. The sum of the fine is EQUAL to the payout ($350mil). That is the price you pay to remain in the Premier League and continue moving forward with status quo. All fines collected from the 'SuperLeague Tax' every year are distributed equally between all 20 teams. So the Big6 will get some of that money back, but they will get the same amount as everyone else. Problem solved... enjoy your little closed shop ya pricks- and thanks for the extra $2.1bil for the Premier League teams. If they don't agree to these terms- they are expelled from English football.
  10. As much as I'd love for us to squeak into Europe this season and accelerate our progression... I too agree with Rigo- I think we have left it too late. Especially given the uncertainty with JG. At the beginning of the season I was predicting/hoping for 50-55 points this season. We are well on our way to achieve that- which is significant progress from last season. In order to get Europe imo, we likely need to break 60 points. 16+ points from our final 9. Likely 5W 1D 3L from 9. That sounds pretty doable until one looks at the squads we play. Very tough matches. We need to win WBA, CP, Everton, then likely win 2 more games against teams we will be underdogs against. Could we beat Everton twice? Beat ManU? Spurs? Citeh? Maybe 4 wins and 4 draws? Its a tough ask- but I'm looking forward to seeing what happens! That doesn't take into account the teams above us need to struggle down the stretch as well. 2-3 teams are around 50pts already and we need to catch them, we need them to drop points and struggle to the finish.
  11. well according to Dean he's 99.9% chance of returning... so its 50/50
  12. come back when you have a dream about us making top4 nostradamus
  13. glad to hear its standard. But given that he had stopped training and will now resume training... I wonder if this has affected his timeline at all? Frankly I'll be stunned if he's fit and playing in March like the reports are claiming.
  14. I agree with this. COVID has really helped us with Luiz imo. Many clubs are struggling financially in Europe. I just don't see how it would make sense for Citeh to spend precious FFP money on a player who would only be a rotational squad player for them. Given the reports of his buy back being north of 30m, it would be very difficult for them to flip him for a profit in today's market. The world market for football players is depressed right now. I've always felt that Luiz will not be going anywhere- still feel the same.
  15. Stop the count! lock the title thread!
  16. The Villa Engine?? I'll get my coat...
  17. ejs1111

    Keinan Davis

    Give it a few hours. This is VT after all.
  18. Westy is a solid player... a good squad player. Nothing more. Unfortunately- we don't have anyone better to supplant him. So he is 1st11 every week instead of a rotation player like he should be. Personally I think Veretout is more talented and will surpass him, however- he is having difficulty adjusting to the Premier League so far- Westy has had 3yrs, Veretout has barely had 5 matches. Sanchez is a better DM, but he is more limited than Westy offensively- and cannot play more than 60minutes it seems. Westy cannot play DM as effectively as Sanchez... but he is a better passer, and can last the full 90. What never seems to work is when we play both Westy and Sanchez together at the same time, neither are mobile enough, zero pace. It leaves us too limited in MF and we are overrun. It needs to be one or the other. We need a mad scientist to combine Westy and Sanchez into one player... Sanchwood! holding midfield problem solved!!! UTV
  19. That is very true- that past couple years our CBs have been as brittle as graham crackers.
  20. I'm very happy with our summer dealings! but i'm a 'glass is half-full' type person also
  21. All this is based on the assumption that he even sees the field for Villa. Which is not set in stone. I now see Richards (captain) and Lescott as the No1 CBs, with Clark, Okore (when healthy), and Llori all battling for the No3 CB slot(s). For all we know this kid might be a bench warmer all season, regardless of how 'highly rated' he may be. I'm sure Lescott didn't come here to sit the bench either, and we are not going to bench our captain.
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