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  1. The summer of 2015-16 was one of transition for us. We'd sold Benteke and Delph, and we needed a big shake up. I think it's quite right to say we were excited by our spending - and I wanted to look back (18 months on) with fresh eyes. To be it is obvious that we just gambled on potential and didn't really look where we could have built a team. We basically played a game of cards and lost out on all hands we played, other than one or two. Give it another 12 months and I would think we will have none of those signed left. It speaks volumes. Even those who have been a success will leave, although I do feel players such as Ayew, Amavi and Veretout will possibly do well elsewhere. So looking back 18 months. What are your thoughts on the 'pick and mix' signings we made? Is there any hope for those we still have? Jordan Ayew - one of the only players to make his mark in the season we were relegated. Has not had a real impact this year and has been linked with a move to Swansea, or to China. Based on last season I think this signing was a success. Jordan Amavi - looked decent when in the team last season, although had a lot to learn. Suffered a horrible injury and has just won his place back - impressed a lot but still plenty to learn. Based on what he has shown and his potential, I think this signing was a success. Adama Traore - great pace but lacked any idea what to do with the ball. Ended up being traded to Boro for Adomah in a deal which has suited us. Overall though this signing was a failure. Jordan Veretout - never really did the business on the pitch, was unsettled and struggled to make an impact. Has been out on loan, doing well by all accounts, but likely to be sold. This signing was a failure. Idrissa Gueye - one of our better players last season, although his form was hit and miss. Signed for Everton and has been one of their better players in 2016. This signing was mixed success. Rudy Gestede - came in after scoring lots of goals for Blackburn, but could never find that form for us. Even when we dropped a league he struggled. Scored some key goals but not enough. This signing was a failure. Scott Sinclair - finalised his signing after a fairly successful loan period. Couldn't really find decent form for us and would frustrate by not finding team mates and running into trouble. Shipped off to Scotland. This signing was a failure. Joleon Lescott. This signing was a failure. Micah Richards - most were excited that we had got Richards in, but he struggled badly. When played in the middle he would be caught out often and had a terrible turn of pace. Big with words, poor with actions. This signing was a failure. Jose Crespo - a strange signing, bit of a gamble. Looked well off the pace and ended up getting injured and sold. This signing was a failure. Mark Bunn - for some reason I forgot we signed Bunn at this point. A solid number 2, but never good enough for the top spot. Because it was on a free and a good back-up, this signing was mixed success.
  2. So, we're eleven games (12 inc cup) in to the season so now might be a good time to assess our transfer window signings. Admittedly it's not been a great start to the season but is tgat due o the signings or the person who signed them? We signed nine players so assess each one and then decide whether it was an overall hit or miss. Elphick - born leader, not born footballer. Poor more often than not. MISS (3 out of 10) Gollini - looked good, looked awful. One for future but shouldn't have been our No.1. MISS (5 out of 10) Tshibola - more time in treatment room than on pitch but looked promising when on. HIT (7 out of 10) McCormack - injured a bit, definitely rusty but often our only creative threat. Slow start but HIT (7 out of 10) Chester - looked ok, outplaying Elphick and settled quickly. HIT (6 out of 10) Jedinak - the new Lescott in terms of performance, sold by team just as his legs/ career had finished. MISS (2 out of 10) De Laet - looked average when playing then unfortunately injured. Not his fault but MISS (can't rate) Kodjia - looked strong, battled well and scored a fantastic goal. HIT (8 out of 10) Adomah - bit early to fully judge but doesn't seem to offer as much as Ayew would in same position. MISS? (5 out of 10) So overall it was a mixed bag in my opinion. However there is no reason that we still shouldn't be doing better than we are, even accommodating the poorer signings listed above. Elphick can be replaced by Baker, Jedinak by the awful Gardner (least he can run) and we're just going to have to ride the Gollini wave (flap?!) as Bunn is even worse. No transfer window is going to be 100% success so I think we did ok but it was always going to prove difficult to arrest the decline and the lack of focus on the midfield has, and will continue yo be, the undoing of us. We'll survive after Xia throws a bit more money at the problem in January but promotion is incredibly unrealistic.
  3. avfcDJ

    2016: A memoir

    Been a bit of a crap one, hasn't it? Started out with the board refusing to back a new manager, followed by humiliation and relegation. Between it all were the protests - which were (if I do say so myself) something to be proud of. Then we get Tony, RDM and the absolute chaos of his management. Following that Bruce and a revival. Been one hell of a year and one we won't forget - for bad reasons mainly, but some good in there in parts. What are your main memories?
  4. Draft set for Thursday night 8PM GMT https://www.playtogga.com/?REF_CODE=C2ZTK4B332
  5. Its that time again, some memorable games over the years. Tonight sees Brighton vs Sheffield Wednesday. Would prefer either one of these teams to go up than Derby or Hull. For me I want Championship: Sheffield Wednesday League One: Bradford League two: Pompey (their fans have suffered enough)
  6. It's on BT Showcase and Rio Ferdinand is wearing a bow tie.
  7. its that time of year again - good old addidas just changed white for black and charge £40 for it
  8. Think there is a fair bit of value in Villa & Sunderland 18/1 Barney Rubble! Get On!..
  9. Well, a year on from our non-event at Wembley it's the turn of Crystal Palace to try and upset the odds. I have to say, I expect them to put up a much better fight than our useless bunch of ***** did. Would love to see them turn Man United over. Anyone fancy them to win it?
  10. Sunday Premier League Chelsea v Leicester Everton v Norwich Man Utd v Bournemouth SS1 Newcastle v Spurs Southampton v Palace Stoke v West Ham SS3 Swansea v Man City SS2 Watford v Sunderland Albion v Liverpool MOTD 10.30pm
  11. Right - pick your team of the season but the caveat is that you are only allowed 1 player per team. Go!
  12. Not familiar with the Pastebin format? Read these instructions before you post The Pastebin solution seems to be working great, despite it being a slightly longer way for you guys to paste them in. We'll be sticking with this until further notice. -- How to post a prediction -- Copy my prediction from below (including my name). Only copy from my post, DO NOT COPY FROM OTHER POSTERS. Open Pastebin.com, and paste my prediction into the text box. Edit the scores + your name (don't close the Pastebin page yet, you'll need to submit it). DO NOT post my prediction straight into VT and edit the scores. Make sure you use Pastebin.com You DO NOT need to signup or change any of the dropdown boxes on the Pastebin page. Change my name (Chewie) into your name EXACTLY as it appears in VT. It is CaSeSeNsItIvE! Delete ONLY the numerical scores and then replace them with your own. DO NOT... DO NOT change the team names. DO NOT add any other text into the prediction itself. DO NOT replace the hyphen with your own weird version. DO NOT add or remove spacing. The format should be TeamA 0-0 TeamB - that's TeamA[Space]Score[Hyphen]Score[Space]TeamB Now that your prediction is edited (in Pastebin), you need to hit [Submit] and paste your prediction from there into the VT editor. Make sure that you post the prediction AND the Pastebin URL (e.g http://pastebin.com/k9LKLQ90). People are STILL messing up the format and then not pasting the Pastebin URL. Follow this step, it is not difficult! See my example below as to how your post should look. -- Here is my prediction, copy and paste the below (minus the URL), then edit your name and the scores only -- Chewie Norwich 0-2 ManUtd Villa 1-2 Newcastle Bournemouth 1-1 WestBrom Palace 1-2 Stoke Sunderland 1-2 Chelsea WestHam 3-1 Swansea Leicester 1-1 Everton Spurs 2-1 Southampton Liverpool 2-1 Watford ManCity 1-1 Arsenal WestHam 1-2 ManUtd Norwich 0-1 Watford Sunderland 1-2 Everton Liverpool 2-2 Chelsea http://pastebin.com/k9LKLQ90 -- This ends the instructions for posting a prediction, you can skip the below if you don't care about the leader board -- Arj Guy tops the table with 13 points, only rubberman and andykeenan also manage double points. A poor week by their standards for Daniel and Villaphan04. And andykeenan's decent week compared the rest makes the next gameweek extremely interesting. After pulling out into the lead Villaphan04 drops to second courtesy of Excels sort function. Daniel drops 9 points away from 2nd. Bets were placed in last weeks thread, both lost. I'll make the usual bets using two predictions of my choosing before the matches start (the predictor will take 20% if they come out a winner), prediction entries close at kick off of the first game on Saturday. It's another bumper gameweek with 56 points up for grabs, now is the time to make it count lads. Good Luck!
  13. So the season is nearly, finally over. Will the club bring out the annual season review in the summer? Will they dare to? How could they sell it? "Aston Villa 2015-2016 Season Review. The 2015-2016 season was a year of transition for the Lions, as we now get prepared for an exciting season in the Championship. Enjoy once again our stunning opening day victory over newly promoted Bournemouth. After a difficult few weeks you can now enjoy our great 0-0 draw at home versus big spending Manchester City under the first game of Remi Garde. Then see over in January how Garde's boys really tried to turn the season around including wins versus Palace and a epic FA Cup victory over plucky Wycombe Wanderers. Re-live our record breaking season in all its HD glory, including the fantastic 11 games unbroken losing streak and the historic defeat at home versus Liverpool. Marvel at the rapid deterioration of Joleon Lescott and again wonder how Kieran Richardson ever played for England. Yes this and much, much, more is the essential purchase for all claret and blue fans this summer. Bonus extra for all season ticket holders- A free brick wall to place your head when you watch the full 90 minute programme. DVD Extras Paul Lambert,We are Fine- A retrospective look at one of Villa's most charismatic managers. Gabby Agbonlahor's off season Kehab and Chips workout. Join everyone's most wackiest and loveable Villa player in this summer's most anticipated exercise programme. Plus interactive game- Where in the world is Randy Lerner?"
  14. Shakhtar v Sevilla Villareal v Liverpool 2nd leg for Liverpool at home just what they had hoped for 1st leg 28th April 2nd leg 5th May
  15. Atletico Madrid v Bayern Munich Man City v Real Madrid First leg 26/27 April 2nd leg 3/4 May
  16. Losers Cannot believe the club are actually contemplating this as there has been absolutely no player that deserves this award. I think all fans should boycott voting this to show how unhappy we are with this bunch of losers. I would actually nominate someone from the u21s, that would be absolutely humilating for the first team
  17. Wolfsburg v Real Madrid Bayern v Benfica Barcelona v Atletico Madrid PSG v Man City
  18. Leicester trio Vardy, Kante and Mahrez on PFA Player of the Year shortlist The ESPN FC crew discuss the revelation of Leicester's season and how they've all but wrapped up the Premier League title. The PFA Players' Player of the Year award nominations have been announced with Dimitri Payet, Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy, Mesut Ozil, N'Golo Kante and Riyad Mahrez named. Three Leicester players -- Vardy, Kante and Mahrez -- are in the final six and the Foxes trio make up half of the shortlist for the award, which is voted for by their peers, with Tottenham's 22-goal striker Kane, Arsenal midfielder Ozil and West Ham's Payet the other names in the frame to succeed 2015 winner Eden Hazard. Kane is also in contention to retain the Young Player of the Year gong he won 12 months ago and he features on a six-player shortlist alongside Spurs teammate Dele Alli, Everton duo Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley, Stoke's Jack Butland and Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho. The winners for each category will be announced on Sunday, April 24 and the strong Leicester presence on the shortlist for the men's award is a reflection of the league leaders' improbable season, which has already seen them secure Champions League qualification and could yet culminate in a Premier League title. Vardy is one goal behind England colleague Kane in the race for the division's golden boot while Mahrez has chipped in with 16 goals and 11 assists and recent France cap Kante's role in defensive midfield has earned widespread praise. Like Kante, Payet has enjoyed a fine first campaign after coming across the Channel last summer while 27-year-old German international Ozil has contributed a league-leading 18 assists for the Gunners this term. Eight times in the previous 11 seasons the Players' Player of the Year has played for Chelsea, Manchester United or Liverpool yet, just one year from those clubs having four players on the half-a-dozen strong shortlist, there are no representatives from any of those clubs. Reds forward Coutinho was up for the main award last year and he could yet win the Young Player of the Year award, a title which 20-year-old Alli will hope to earn just one year after he was named the Football League's Young Player of the Year. Last year's Women's Players' Player of the Year Ji So-Yun is in the running for this year's award along with Chelsea Ladies teammates Hedvig Lindahl and Gemma Davison, Manchester City Women's Izzy Christiansen and Sunderland Ladies' Beth Mead, who is also up for the Women's Young Player of the Year Award, for which she faces competition from City duo Nikita Parris and Keira Walsh, Chelsea's Hannah Blundell and Arsenal Ladies' Danielle Carter.
  19. Last night Villa fans in their hundreds decided to get up, stand up on 74 minutes before exiting into the night. Our “custodian” obviously did not do so not least because he had as is usual not bothered to attend the game. No doubt as in the past his decision to stay away was influenced by his lack of interest in the club he once claimed to be the “custodian” of as well as by the likely welcome he would get and has so merited should he have done so. Well done to those who organised, publicised and took part in the 74th minute protest last night. To those who stayed in their seats or who left when the third goal was conceded 14 minutes earlier I would ask that you to think again about joining us on the 74th minute in our next two home games http://outthedooron74.co.uk/ It is astounding that given our recent results we still stand only 8 points from safety. It makes me wonder what might have been had we rolled the dice from the start of the last transfer window with a little more intent and if our team was a little less inclined to accept being relegated without a fight. Sadly with games at Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal as well as at home to Spurs and Chelsea among our remaining 10 games our relegation for the first time since 1987 is all but 99.9% sealed. Even if we somehow won each and every one of the other 5 games we have left that would leave us with just 31 points. That would not be enough. To hit even that target let alone to get another 4 or more additional points which could set a point total that 3 clubs above us might struggle to reach looks well beyond us. Perhaps a 4-point target that would take us to 20 points by the end of the season would be a little more achievable. Our “custodian” and board accepted our fate in January if not before then. They should hang their heads in shame about that. The players seemed to give up any lingering hope they may still have had in our last home game and that continued to be the case with last night’s performance albeit quite an improvement on our last home one. As fans I think we now reluctantly accept our fate but we are far from happy about the custodian, board and players being quite so ready to accept it earlier than most of us had been. Some of us may still cling to the irrational hope of an unlikely miracle that will see us stay up against all of the odds but we all know that we are now holding on to the slippery edge of the abyss by the finger tips of just one hand. Once again we looked likely to concede a goal every time our opponents attacked and any confidence we had evaporated as soon as we went a goal down. Everton were content with an all too comfortable win last night. Fortunately our visitors resisted the temptation to move out of second gear and help themselves to the further goals that had looked there for the taking. At times our midfield looked reasonable; on occasion our attack also caused Everton’s defence a little concern but we find scoring goals as hard as we find conceding them easy. Everton fans deserve credit for applauding our fans singing during the second half when all was already lost and for doing the same to show support as we left the ground on the 74th minute. I have also been reliably informed that Baines and two of his team mates applauded the Holte End at the end of the game. Let us hope that this most played top-flight fixture is only briefly interrupted. My player ratings from a game that finally turned our promised bright future into an embarrassingly bleak one are: Brad Guzan – 4 – Got the nod over Bunn. Brad demonstrated that the susceptibilities that led to his losing his starting place have not gone away. He failed to get an outstretched hand to the cross from Funes Mori that led to their third goal on the hour having made a good save from a Lukaku header moments earlier. He had previously spilled a 33rd minute Mirallas shot but Lescott saved his blushes by clearing Oviedo’s shot off the line. Alan Hutton – 4 – Worked hard and was a willing runner but he was unable to produce an end product. Alan looked a bit like a fish out of water playing in an unfamiliar wing back role. Michah Richards – 5 – Put in a shift but failed to pick up Funes Mori choosing instead to run in front of him to leave him free to head home a 5th minute Mirallas cross. Connected acrobatically with a 26th minute corner but his effort flew a yard wide. Joleon Lescott – 5 – Was in the right place at the right time to clear a 33rd minute close range shot off the line and had an effort in the first minute of first half stoppage time turned wide. Ciaran Clark – 3 – Should have chosen to stay on Lennon but was distracted by Lukaku who was behind him and ended up on neither player when Lennon hit the ball past both Lescott and Guzan from another Mirallas cross for their second on the half hour mark. He also failed to pick up Lukaku who was therefore unmarked when he slotted the ball home when behind him for their third. Aly Cissokho – 6 – MOTM – Did surprisingly well in a wing back role. Aly hit a 32nd minute shot that Robles saved at his near post. He also provided some good crosses such as the one after a good run on the 43rd minute that Gabby was unable to get his head to. He was also again solid at the back. Leandro Bacuna – 3 – For a reason unknown to me Leo seems to be one of the first names on the team sheet. He again did very little to justify his selection last nigh other than when forcing a save from Robles with a 28th minute shot from outside of the box. Ashley Westwood – 4 – Had a decent 24th minute shot from the edge of the box turned around the post by Robles and a 62nd minute shot blocked inside of the box. Idrissa Gana – 5 – The best and hardest working of our midfield yesterday. Jordan Ayew – 5 – A welcome return for Jordan after his three game suspension. Gabriel Agbonlahor – 3 – Got a touch on the ball on 23 minutes that produced a save from Robles but although he did some running when they were in possession particularly early in the game he posed no threat to their defence. Substitutes: Rudy Gestede – Replaced Gabby after 67 minutes and scored our consolation goal 12 minutes later which I have now seen on television. Rudy climbed well in front of Jagielka and hung in the air to get on the end of Veretout’s measured cross which he headed home with some aplomb. Other than this I did not see enough of him to be able to give a rating although his goal was well taken and suggested he might yet do a job next season given the right service. Jordan Veretout – Replaced Westwood on 71 minutes and claimed an assist. I was also not there long enough to be able to decide on a rating for him having gone out the door 3 minutes after he came on. Up the Villa! John Lewis
  20. Hi all, As you may or may not have seen, Mike McKenna has started a campaign to protest at a number of home games to get the point across that we fans are not happy about how it is being run. There is a website, a Facebook page, and a Twitter page, but we need more to gather reach. What i would like to do is for people to post the twitter info of any journalist or celebrity who we can get the word out to about our cause. You may live in Timbuktu but know that a certain Journo likes to cover these sorts of stories, we need that contact info. If you just post who the person is, and what their Twitter username is then I shall update this first post with all the info in a central place. Feel free to also put in any websites URLs or Facebook pages of groups that you think will help our cause. We'll then work on a potential sustained campaign to raise our profile. But please, just dump info into this thread for now. ---- Edit to add ---- We not have a decent base set of Twitter account to target. It has been my experience that it can take anywhere from 10 to 50+ tweets to a single account before they get noticed. Now we don't want to start spamming people, but if we can focus our efforts on the following accounts on the correct days, then i think it will give us a better chance of success. Rinse and repeat where needed. The sheet can be found at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1PVX3x0xmVOodPefPiNGrXZ5kV339F-8iqNmR6DEadcA/edit#gid=30289747 Keep the Twitter handles coming.
  21. This was a shambolic, embarrassing and disappointingly rancid performance. The light we had thought we had spotted at the end of a long dark tunnel was all too easily extinguished as was our recent run of improved performances and fragile confidence yesterday. We started this game with a better goal difference than Newcastle and level with Norwich. We had an opportunity to move to being a slender 5 points from safety with a win. Given our dire home record against yesterday’s visitors most of us would have taken a point although we really knew we needed all three but to lose and to concede 6 goals without reply in the process was beyond our very worst fears. This was our heaviest home league defeat in 81 years. Back in season 1935-36 we conceded 7 goals twice at Villa Park losing 0-7 to WBA and then 1-7 to Arsenal with Ted Drake scoring all 7 goals of their goals. We were relegated that season and yesterday’s appalling performance had relegation written all over it. We started well enough but our heads dropped when we conceded two goals in 9 first half minutes. At half-time the game could have gone one of two ways. We could have shown some fight and pulled a goal back or at the very least kept the score down to a two or three goal deficit or we could throw in the towel and become demoralised as we did in another abject display in the FA Cup against Manchester City. We took the later option conceding 4 goals in 13 second half minutes shamefully. Football does not get worse than this at Villa Park. Liverpool were languishing in the bottom half of the table when they arrived at Villa Park yesterday. This was not the Liverpool of the 70s and as we showed in last season’s FA Cup semi-final they can be beaten. But we failed to turn up, treated them with too much respect and made them look better than they actually are. If only our players had shown anything near the spirit that the Holte End did near the end of this sad game! We did not want this game enough to battle, press and challenge our visitors and instead surrendered meekly. We now have 12 games left in which to bridge the 8 point gap that stands between us and safety. Three points at Stoke might repair some of the damage but after this humiliating defeat it is hard to see any way back for us! My player ratings from a game after which my “bright future” scarf looked increasingly ridiculous are: Mark Bunn – 4 – Acted as merely a spectator when neither a forward nor a defender made any contact with Milner’s 25th minute free-kick that went straight in at his far post. Kept out Clyne’s first shot after Firmino had found him but was left grounded along with Veretout when the same player was first to get to the rebound to score their penultimate goal. Mark was then left flat footed when Touré’s unchallenged header from a Henderson corner found the net to his right for their sixth on 71 minutes. Beat Sturridge to the ball after Coutinho had tried to set him up on 54 minutes having earlier saved well from Moreno at his near post on 33 minutes and from Sturridge again on 44 minutes. Michah Richards – 4 – Made a couple of moves forward and was not the worst of our defenders yesterday. Joleon Lescott – 3 – Almost turned in a Henderson cross to make it 7 in the 86th minute but Bunn got down to keep it out. Jores Okore – 3 – Origi got in behind him on 63 minutes and neither he nor Lescott were able to get back to do anything to stop him adding a fourth goal. Aly Cissokho – 3 – Neither he nor Lescott took responsibility for Sturridge who was therefore unchallenged when heading in their first. Leandro Bacuna – 2 – Made a half hearted attempt if that to close down Coutinho whose cross was headed home past a static Bunn for their 16th minute opener. He then conceded the free-kick that led to their second although there was little contact with Coutinho who went to ground all too readily for me if not for the referee. Failed to bring the ball under control on 58 minutes losing the ball to Can who hit the ball home from the edge of the box for their third. Had a 60th minute shot pushed away which was cleared before Gana who had found him on the edge of the box could get to the loose ball having had another effort fumbled by the keeper when he cut into the box after 47 minutes. Jordan Veretout - 3 – Failed to cover Clyne’s run on 65 minutes which led to their fifth. Ashley Westwood – 3 – Can do more than this as can the rest of the team. Idrissa Gana – 5 – MOTM – Shaded it as the best of a bad bunch for me yesterday. Carles Gil – 4 – Has had much better and more influential games than this but he had little to nothing to work with yesterday. Gabriel Agbonlahor – 2 – Had a reasonable first 10 minutes or so but soon faded badly and looked so much more like his recent lack lustre self than he had during his last Villa Park appearance. Substituted on 57 minutes. Substitutes: Scott Sinclair – 5 – Replaced Gabby after 57 minutes. Scott actually ran at their defenders a couple of times and was unlucky when his measured 80th minute shot hit the angler of crossbar and post. Jordan Lyden – 5 - Replaced Bacuna on 66 minutes and it was a little harsh to make him play any part in this debacle. Alan Hutton – Replaced Richards on 85 minutes so was not on long enough to earn any rating. Stay Up Villa! John Lewis
  22. Discuss ... I realise we have so many big problems to worry about right now, but I can't help but begin to think that January represents a possible ladder out of hell for us. We need a striker or number 10, a keeper, and a center back, from what I can see.
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