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  1. Next Aston Villa Manager

    If we're going to take a punt, rather than go down the tried and tested route, how about Pep Clotet? Former assistant manager to Monk at Leeds, and now the manager of Oxford United who have just made a flying start to League 1.
  2. Pre-match thread

    Johnstone Elmo Chester Terry Taylor Jedinak Adomah Hourihane Onomah Green Agbonlahor
  3. Next Aston Villa Manager

    I'll say it again. Neil Warnock.
  4. Match Thread: Reading v Villa

    Hands up if you're jealous of Wolves...
  5. Match Thread: Reading v Villa

    Hutton coming on to provide some pashun.
  6. Match Thread: Reading v Villa

    How long til we get Samba up front
  7. Pre-Match Thread

    Have a feeling this could get really ugly.
  8. Steve Bruce

    Lose tomorrow night and surely it will be the end for Bruce? Go ahead and call me a shit fan, but i'd take the loss and get in a new manager to try and turn us around and mount a promotion charge. Either that or scrape an unconvincing win, paper over the cracks, allow Bruce to spend even more money in the transfer market and find ourselves in the exact same position as we did last year.
  9. Pre-Match Thread

    A draw does **** all for us. We need to win. FFS we even won this match last year! With our squad we should be winning these matches routinely. 1-0 loss.
  10. Pre-Match Thread

    The bookies make us favourites to win this one.
  11. Leandro Bacuna

    9.5 to score with our very own sponsors Unibet. Buying money, that!
  12. Next Aston Villa Manager

    It depends on what we want. If we want to get up this season, and not think about the future, then I think we should seriously consider Neil Warnock - as much as I dislike him. Look at what he has done at Cardiff ever since he was appointed. 39 matches, W18 D9 L12, 1.62 points per game. With a Cardiff side. Previous to that, he somehow managed to keep up Rotherham in the Championship thanks to an unbeaten run of 11 games. 16 matches, W6 D6 L4, beating the likes of Middlesbrough, Sheffield Wednesday and Brentford. No surprise that when he left, Rotherham were a complete and utter failure and finished bottom of the league. My point is, he has a bad reputation, he's not a very nice person and it would be a pretty ugly appointment. But, he's a damn effective manager and I think this squad would suit his style of football perfectly.
  13. Callum O'Hare

    Has to play. Once again, when he came on, everything went through him and we actually started creating chances.
  14. Pre-Match Thread

    A loss here and I think we can wave goodbye to Brucey. We need to fix our away form sharpish if we have any hopes of making the playoffs, let alone automatic promotion. I'd go with: Johnstone Bree Chester Terry Taylor Adomah Whelan Onomah Green O'Hare Hogan