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  1. André Green

    I completely agree with you. I like Adomah and he's scored some really important goals for us this season. But I've never thought he's been a good player. He's not particularly quick, he's lightweight and I've lost count the amount of times he completely slows down an attack for us. I think I made a comparison between him and Scott Sinclair a while ago, and I think it still stands - they both score goals while not really playing that well. As for Green, he's a proper winger who is capable of beating a defender with both pace and skill. He's also very good at cutting inside and shooting from distance, something that Adomah isn't capable of. I wouldn't replace Adomah with Green just yet, but I do certainly agree that he'll force him out of the team at some point this season.
  2. Conor Hourihane

    I think he's great. The way he strikes the ball, whenever he gets around the edge of the penalty area, I'm always pretty confident he's going to test the keeper, or at least get an effort away on target. For me, when he gets on the score-sheet, it's an indicator that we're playing pretty well as it means he's arriving late in the box and attacking knock downs or crosses. Some matches he'll play too deep but still keeps things tidy, but he's at his most effective when he's getting further forward because it gives us a whole new dimension. I like to think of him as our version of Frank Lampard.
  3. Pre-match thread

    We don't play again for another 10 days. Most important thing for me here is to keep our momentum going. It'll be a difficult game but I'd take a draw which will bring us nicely into two very easy home games against Burton and Blues.
  4. Ratings & Reactions: Villa v Barnsley

    press show results at the bottom!
  5. Scott Hogan

    really liked his comments earlier in the week, and now he's starting to deliver. Keep it up.
  6. Ratings & Reactions: Villa v Barnsley

    The best player on the pitch has been left out of the MOTM poll.
  7. January transfer window 2018

    It's true that it's baffling how we are spending so much on wages. But to then link it to the idea that we're only doing it because we think we're still important is absurd. An awful article written with the sole purpose of getting 'bites'. And it worked, so fair play.
  8. James Chester

    I'm uncomfortable with him being on the first page of the forum.
  9. Steve Bruce

    I don't think Bruce would leave either, but I can definitely see him being offered the job.
  10. Steve Bruce

    Martin O'Neill has just turned down the Stoke job. Stoke have not thought anything through - would anyone be surprised if they panic and go for someone like Bruce, who has lots of experience of relegation battles in the PL?
  11. 17/18 Promotion Charge

    How important could that home game with Derby be in the penultimate week
  12. Scott Hogan

    I kind of agree with @DCJonah. I'm happy that he's started to score goals and there is no doubt that he is a quality finisher, but I really don't think he can lead the line on his own for us in the long term. He'll go really long spells in a game where he just isn't getting a touch - compare that with Davis when he came on tonight, he was battling for aerial balls, holding up the ball and bringing other players into the game. Personally I think we look much better as a team with Davis up front. Ideally, I think we'd play our best with both of them playing up front together. But, I don't think Bruce is the manager that will be able to get the best out of both of them and ultimately take us to a new level.
  13. Grealish and Snodgrass - an absolute masterclass in drawing fouls and closing out a game. Well done guys