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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, al
  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
  3. 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 m
  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
  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 v
  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
  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
  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 co
  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.
  23. This poll will be open for the first week of the month.
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