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  1. Our squad will presumably look a lot different come August as a result of more cost cutting. The league will be weaker, but do we have enough to get automatic promotion?
  2. Aston Villa statistics : 2018/2019 Premier League 2 - Division 2 - Under-23 development league TABLE (as of 07/05/2019) P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 22 13 4 5 45 22 +23 43 2 Southampton 22 13 4 5 37 21 +16 43 3 Reading 22 12 4 6 45 33 +12 40 4 Newcastle United 22 13 1 8 46 37 +9 40 5 Aston Villa 22 11 4 7 35 30 +5 37 6 Manchester United 22 8 6 8 33 31 +2 30 7 Stoke City 22 7 7 8 42 37 +5 28 8 Middlesbrough 22 6 8 8 32 36 -4 26 9 West Bromwich Albion 22 5 9 8 33 38 -5 24 10 Fulham 22 5 7 10 26 34 -8 22 11 Norwich City 22 5 4 13 30 52 -22 19 12 Sunderland 22 2 6 14 14 47 -33 12 PLAYER Nat A(S) H-Nor 2-0 A-MU 1-3 H-Ful 2-1 A-Mid 2-1 H-Sto 0-3 A-Sou 1-0 A-Sun 1-0 H-New 2-5 A-WBA 1-1 H-Rea 4-5 A-Wol 0-0 H-Sou 2-1 A-Sto 2-3 H-MU 5-1 A-Nor 1-2 A-Ful 1-0 H-Mid 1-1 H-Sun 1-0 A-New 3-0 H-Wol 1-0 A-Rea 2-3 H-WBA 0-0 A-Sou 0-2 Lomax, Sam (GK) 2 (0) u u u u u u u u u u u u u S u u u u u S u u Ónodi, Ákos (GK) 0 (0) u u Šarkić, Matija (GK) 15 (0) S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Sinisalo, Viljami (GK) 6 (0) u S S S S S S Bazeley-Graham, Isaiah (RB) 19 (0) S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Bedeau, Jacob (CB) 14 (0) S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Bree, James (RB) 2 (0) S S Bridge, Mungo (LB) 1 (3) o u u o S o u Burton, Bradley (CB) 1 (4) S o o o o Clark, Mitchell (CB) 2 (0) S S Patterson, Ethan (CB) 1 (0) u u S u Revan, Dominic (CB) 20 (1) S S S S S S S S S S S S S S o u S S S S S S Suliman, Easah (CB) 6 (0) S S S S S S Walker, Jake (RB) 17 (2) o S S S S S S S S S o S S S S u u S S S S Birch, Jack (CM) 0 (0) u u u u Blackett-Taylor, Corey (R/LW) 6 (1) o S S S S S S Brunt, Lewis (CM) 8 (0) S S S S S S S S Clarke, Jack (CM) 20 (1) S S S S S S S S o S S S S S S S S S S S S Cox, Jordan (RW) 10 (5) S S o S S o o o S S S S o S S Doyle-Hayes, Jake (CM) 10 (0) S S S S S S S S S S Ige, Luke (CM) 1 (0) u u S Lansbury, Henri (CM) 1 (0) S Lyden, Jordan (DCM) 2 (0) S S Pastorek, Jozef (CM) 0 (1) o u Philogene-Bidace, Jaden (LW) 1 (1) o S Prosser, Alexander (DCM) 11 (5) S o o S S o o u S S S S u S S S S o Ramsey, Jacob (ACM) 9 (3) o S o o S S S S S S S S Rowe, Callum (CM) 14 (2) S o u u o S S S S u S S S S S S S S S Sohna, Harrison (CM) 0 (0) u Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 6 (3) o o o S S S S S S Archer, Cameron (F) 6 (2) o o S S S S S S Davis, Keinan (F) 2 (0) S S Guy, Ben (F) 0 (2) o u o Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian (F) 6 (1) S S o S S S S Knibbs, Harvey (F) 12 (4) S u S S o o S S S u S S u u o S S S S u o McKirdy, Harry (F) 2 (0) S S Mooney, Kelsey (F) 4 (4) S S S o o S o o O'Hare, Callum (F) 9 (2) o S S S S S S S S o S Odutayo, Colin (F) 1 (5) o o S o o u o Pressley, Aaron (F) 1 (4) u o o o S o Sea, Dimitri (F) 0 (2) o o Tait, Michael (F) 0 (0) u Wright, Tyreik (F) 5 (1) o S S S S S Name in BOLD played in >= 50% of games = Goal(s) scored = Assist(s) created S = Started o = Came On u = Unused Sub # TOP SCORERS Gls 1 Mooney, Kelsey 6 2 Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian 4 3 Archer, Cameron 3 3 Knibbs, Harvey 3 3 O'Hare, Callum 3 3 Cox, Jordan 3 7 Ramsey, Jacob 2 7 Bree, James 2 7 Clarke, Jack 2 7 O.G. 2 11 Brunt, Lewis 1 11 Prosser, Alexander 1 11 Davis, Keinan 1 11 Blackett-Taylor, Corey 1 11 Revan, Dominic 1 # TOP ASSISTS Ast 1 Clarke, Jack 3 2 Wright, Tyreik 2 2 Odutayo, Colin 2 2 O'Hare, Callum 2 2 Blackett-Taylor, Corey 2 6 Ramsey, Jacob 1 6 Archer, Cameron 1 6 Rowe, Callum 1 6 Mooney, Kelsey 1 6 Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian 1 6 Lansbury, Henri 1 6 Knibbs, Harvey 1 6 Revan, Dominic 1 6 Lyden, Jordan 1 6 Cox, Jordan 1 FIXTURES/RESULTS 13/08/2018 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa 2-0 Norwich City Att : 318 36' Mooney, Kelsey (Cox) 70' Mooney, Kelsey(p) 17/08/2018 Leigh Sports Village @ 19:00 Manchester United 3-1 Aston Villa Att : 1,406 10' McIntosh-Buffonge, Darren 11' Mooney, Kelsey 53' Gomes, Angel (p) 78' Burkart, Nishan (Tanner) 27/08/2018 Villa Park @ 13:00 Aston Villa 2-1 Fulham Att : 452 35' O.G. (Lyden) 63' Harris, Jayden (Thompson) 70' Cox, Jordan (Revan) 02/09/2018 Riverside @ 14:00 Middlesbrough 1-2 Aston Villa Att : 128 31' Revan, Dominic 60' Walker, Stephen 85' O'Hare, Callum(p) 14/09/2018 Villa Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa 0-3 Stoke City Att : 307 49' Shenton, Oliver 81' Jennings, James (Souttar) 94' Walker, Jake (og) 21/09/2018 Staplewood Training Ground @ 19:00 Southampton 0-1 Aston Villa Att : 86 74' Clarke, Jack (Blackett-Taylor) 01/10/2018 Eppleton Colliery Ground @ 19:00 Sunderland 0-1 Aston Villa Att : 191 35' Knibbs, Harvey 22/10/2018 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa 2-5 Newcastle United Att : 305 09' O'Hare, Callum 24' Sørensen, Elias (Longstaff) 27' Roberts, Callum (p) 29' O'Hare, Callum 34' Longstaff, Sean 39' Sørensen, Elias (Roberts) 55' Sørensen, Elias (Roberts) 29/10/2018 Aggborough @ 19:00 West Bromwich Albion 1-1 Aston Villa Att : 264 07' Robson-Kanu, Hal (Hoolahan) 77' Cox, Jordan (Knibbs) 04/11/2018 Villa Park @ 13:00 Aston Villa 4-5 Reading Att : 183 21' Barrett, Joshua (p) 23' Bree, James (Lansbury) 28' Bree, James (Blackett-Taylor) 36' Blackett-Taylor, Corey (O'Hare) 39 Loader, Daniel 45' House, Ben (Lawless) 50' Loader, Daniel 83' Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian 93' House, Ben 26/11/2018 New Bucks Head @ 19:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-0 Aston Villa Att : 268 07/12/2018 Villa Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa 2-1 Southampton Att : 127 55' Ige, Luke (O.G.) 66' Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian 90' Clarke, Jack (Odutayo) 17/12/2018 Marston Road @ 19:00 Stoke City 3-2 Aston Villa 22' Campbell, Tyrese (Shenton) 39' Jarvis, Daniel (Verlinden) 67' Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian (Clarke) 75' Ramsey, Jacob (Hepburn-Murphy) 81' Shenton, Oliver (Souttar) 07/01/2019 Villa Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa 5-1 Manchester United Att : 439 13' Davis, Keinan (Clarke) 33' Burkart, Nishan 56' Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian 70' Mooney, Kelsey 83' Cox, Jordan (Mooney) 90' O.G. (O'Hare) 11/01/2019 Colney Training Centre @ 19:00 Norwich City 2-1 Aston Villa Att : 120 32' Thorvaldsson, Isak (Idah) 54' Spyrou, Anthony (Idah) 81' Mooney, Kelsey (Clarke) 04/02/2019 Motspur Park @ 19:00 Fulham 0-1 Aston Villa Att : 154 73' Knibbs, Harvey 18/02/2019 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-1 Middlesbrough Att : 242 15' Sylla, Amadou (p) 74' Archer, Cameron (Rowe) 04/03/2019 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-0 Sunderland Att : 203 75' Prosser, Alexander(p) 11/03/2019 Northumberland FA @ 19:00 Newcastle United 0-3 Aston Villa Att : 235 16' Knibbs, Harvey (Wright) 45' Brunt, Lewis (Wright) 89' Mooney, Kelsey (Archer) 08/04/2019 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers Att : 350 53' Archer, Cameron (Ramsey) 12/04/2019 Adams Park @ 19:00 Reading 3-2 Aston Villa Att : 174 65' Ramsey, Jacob (Odutayo) 67' Olise, Michael (Coleman) 71' Archer, Cameron 87' Loader, Daniel 92' Loader, Daniel (Olise) 29/04/2019 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa 0-0 West Bromwich Albion Att : 201 03/05/2019 St. Mary's Stadium @ 19:00 Southampton 2-0 Aston Villa Att : 623 07' Smallbone, William (p) 71' O'Connor, Thomas Aston Villa statistics : 2018/2019 Premier League Cup Premier League Cup : Group F P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Derby County 6 4 1 1 18 4 +14 13 2 Aston Villa 6 4 0 2 15 6 +9 12 3 Plymouth Argyle 6 1 3 2 6 8 -2 6 4 Bristol City 6 0 2 4 4 25 -21 2 PLAYER Nat A(S) H-Brs 8-0 A-Der 1-0 H-Ply 1-0 A-Brs 3-0 H-Der 1-2 A-Ply 1-4 Lomax, Sam (GK) 2 (0) u u u S u S Šarkić, Matija (GK) 3 (0) S S S Sinisalo, Viljami (GK) 1 (0) u S u Bazeley-Graham, Isaiah (RB) 5 (0) S S S S S Bedeau, Jacob (CB) 4 (0) S S S S Burton, Bradley (CB) 0 (2) o o McConnachie, Charlie (RB) 0 (0) u Patterson, Ethan (CB) 2 (0) S S u Revan, Dominic (CB) 3 (1) S u o S S Suliman, Easah (CB) 1 (0) S Walker, Jake (RB) 4 (0) S S u S S Birch, Jack (CM) 0 (0) u Blackett-Taylor, Corey (R/LW) 4 (0) S S S S Brunt, Lewis (CM) 1 (1) o S Clarke, Jack (CM) 4 (0) S S S S Cox, Jordan (RW) 2 (1) S o S u Doyle-Hayes, Jake (CM) 3 (0) S S S Pastorek, Jozef (CM) 0 (1) o Prosser, Alexander (DCM) 5 (1) o S S S S S Ramsey, Jacob (ACM) 1 (0) S Rowe, Callum (CM) 5 (0) S S S S S Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 1 (1) S o Archer, Cameron (F) 2 (0) S S Guy, Ben (F) 0 (0) u Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian (F) 2 (0) S S Knibbs, Harvey (F) 4 (2) S o o S S S McKirdy, Harry (F) 1 (0) S Mooney, Kelsey (F) 2 (0) S S O'Hare, Callum (F) 3 (0) S S S Sea, Dimitri (F) 0 (1) o Tait, Michael (F) 0 (2) o o Wright, Tyreik (F) 1 (2) o o S # PL CUP SCORERS Gls 1 O'Hare, Callum 4 2 Knibbs, Harvey 3 3 Cox, Jordan 2 4 Wright, Tyreik 2 5 Blackett-Taylor, Corey 1 6 Sea, Dimitri 1 7 Mooney, Kelsey 1 8 Doyle-Hayes, Jake 1 # PL CUP ASSISTS Gls 1 Cox, Jordan 2 2 Blackett-Taylor, Corey 1 3 Knibbs, Harvey 1 4 Wright, Tyreik 1 5 Clarke, Jack 1 6 Walker, Jake 1 7 O'Hare, Callum 1 8 McKirdy, Harry 1 PL CUP FIXTURES/RESULTS 05/10/2018 Villa Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa 8-0 Bristol City 13' Cox, Jordan (Blackett-Taylor) 26' Blackett-Taylor, Corey 32' O'Hare, Callum (Cox) 42' O'Hare, Callum (Knibbs) 65' O'Hare, Callum (Wright) 80' Knibbs, Harvey (Cox) 84' Knibbs, Harvey (Clarke) 86' Sea, Dimitri (Walker) 08/11/2018 Loughborough Uni @ 19:00 Derby County 0-1 Aston Villa (O'Hare) 68' Knibbs, Harvey 30/11/2018 Villa Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-0 Plymouth Argyle 70' Cox, Jordan (McKirdy) 18/01/2019 Gifford Stadium @ 19:00 Bristol City 0-3 Aston Villa 27' Mooney, Kelsey 66' Doyle-Hayes, Jake 90' O'Hare, Callum 11/02/2019 The Grove @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-2 Derby County 56' Shonibare, Josh 68' Babos, Alex (Mitchell-Lawson) 76' Wright, Tyreik 25/02/2019 Home Park @ 19:00 Plymouth Argyle 4-1 Aston Villa 17' Wright, Tyreik 37' Battle, Alex (Ness) 45' Jephcott, Luke (p) 51' Rooney, Dan (Fletcher) 67' Fletcher, Alex (Rooney) Aston Villa statistics : 2018/2019 Birmingham Senior Cup BIRMINGHAM SENIOR CUP FIXTURES/RESULTS 08/10/2018 Coleshill Town FC @ 19:45 Coleshill Town FC 2-4 Aston Villa 19' Sea, Dimitri 48' Knibbs, Harvey 58' Sea, Dimitri Leek, Reece 70' Cox, Jordan Kiembi, Pierce 20/11/2018 Stratford Town FC @ 19:45 Stratford Town FC 0-0 Aston Villa Att - 338 Villa win 5-4 on penalties 22/01/2019 Keys Park @ 19:45 Hednesford Town FC 2-4 Aston Villa 43' Mooney, Kelsey 53' Cox, Jordan 64' Archer, Lewis (p) 80' Archer, Lewis 86' Guy, Ben 90' Blackett-Taylor, Corey 20/03/2019 Phillips 66 Community Stadium @ 19:45 Leamington FC 2-1 Aston Villa 10' Pressley, Aaron 55' English, Junior 59' Bishop, Colby # BSC CUP SCORERS Gls 1 Sea, Dimitri 2 2 Cox, Jordan 2 3 Knibbs, Harvey 1 4 Mooney, Kelsey 1 5 Guy, Ben 1 6 Blackett-Taylor, Corey 1 7 Pressley, Aaron 1 PLAYER Nat A(S) A-Col 4-2 A-Str 0-0 A-Hed 4-2 A-Lea 1-2 Meek, Sam (GK) 0 (0) u Šarkić, Matija (GK) 3 (0) S S S Sinisalo, Viljami (GK) 1 (0) u u S Bazeley-Graham, Isaiah (RB) 3 (0) S S S Bedeau, Jacob (CB) 1 (0) S Bridge, Mungo (LB) 1 (0) S Burton, Bradley (CB) 1 (0) u S McConnachie, Charlie (RB) 1 (1) o S Patterson, Ethan (CB) 1 (1) o S Revan, Dominic (CB) 3 (0) S S S Walker, Jake (RB) 4 (0) S S S S Birch, Jack (CM) 0 (1) o Blackett-Taylor, Corey (R/LW) 1 (0) S Brunt, Lewis (CM) 3 (0) S S S Clarke, Jack (CM) 2 (0) S S Cox, Jordan (RW) 3 (0) S S S Doyle-Hayes, Jake (CM) 1 (0) S Farr, Charlie (CM) 0 (0) u Ige, Luke (CM) 0 (1) o u Prosser, Alexander (DCM) 3 (0) S S S Rowe, Callum (CM) 2 (0) S S Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 0 (1) o Archer, Cameron (F) 1 (0) S Guy, Ben (F) 0 (1) u o Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian (F) 1 (0) S Knibbs, Harvey (F) 2 (1) S S o McKirdy, Harry (F) 1 (0) S Mooney, Kelsey (F) 2 (0) S S Odutayo, Colin (F) 0 (3) o o o Pressley, Aaron (F) 1 (1) o S Sea, Dimitri (F) 1 (0) S Tait, Michael (F) 0 (1) o Wright, Tyreik (F) 1 (0) S Youngest PLAYER DOB APPS 1 Pressley, Aaron (F) 07/11/2001 5 (1-4-1) 2 Sinisalo, Viljami (GK) 11/10/2001 7 (7-0-3) 3 Wright, Tyreik (F) 22/09/2001 9 (6-3-0) 4 Ónodi, Ákos (GK) 02/09/2001 0 (0-0-2) 5 Ramsey, Jacob (ACM) 28/05/2001 13 (10-3-0) 6 Odutayo, Colin (F) 08/03/2001 6 (1-5-1) 7 Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 16/02/2001 11 (7-4-0) 8 Tait, Michael (F) 29/01/2001 2 (0-2-1) 9 Birch, Jack (CM) 23/11/2000 0 (0-0-5) 10 Patterson, Ethan (CB) 12/11/2000 3 (3-0-4) 11 Ige, Luke (CM) 12/11/2000 1 (1-0-2) 12 Brunt, Lewis (CM) 06/11/2000 10 (9-1-0) 13 Walker, Jake (RB) 03/11/2000 23 (21-2-3) 14 Guy, Ben (F) 02/11/2000 2 (0-2-2) 15 McConnachie, Charlie (RB) 21/10/2000 0 (0-0-1) 16 Revan, Dominic (CB) 19/09/2000 25 (23-2-2) 17 Bridge, Mungo (LB) 12/09/2000 4 (1-3-3) 18 Bazeley-Graham, Isaiah (RB) 03/02/2000 24 (24-0-0) 19 Bedeau, Jacob (CB) 24/12/1999 18 (18-0-0) 20 Williams, Josh (FB) 12/10/1999 0 (0-0-0) 21 Boucher, Kieran (GK) 21/09/1999 0 (0-0-0) 22 Rowe, Callum (CM) 02/09/1999 21 (19-2-3) 23 Coates, Jack (CM) 11/05/1999 0 (0-0-0) 24 Knibbs, Harvey (F) 26/04/1999 22 (16-6-5) 25 Clark, Mitchell (CB) 13/03/1999 2 (2-0-0) 26 Mooney, Kelsey (F) 05/02/1999 10 (6-4-0) 27 Clarke, Jack (CM) 30/01/1999 25 (24-1-0) 28 Doyle-Hayes, Jake (CM) 30/12/1998 13 (13-0-0) 29 Cox, Jordan (RW) 04/11/1998 18 (12-6-1) 30 Prosser, Alexander (DCM) 31/10/1998 22 (16-6-2) 31 Pastorek, Jozef (CM) 26/09/1998 2 (0-2-1) 32 Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian (F) 28/08/1998 9 (8-1-0) 33 Green, Andre (LW) 26/07/1998 0 (0-0-0) 34 O'Hare, Callum (F) 01/05/1998 14 (12-2-0) 35 Davis, Keinan (F) 13/02/1998 2 (2-0-0) 36 Suliman, Easah (CB) 26/01/1998 7 (7-0-0) 37 Bree, James (RB) 11/12/1997 2 (2-0-0) 38 Blackett-Taylor, Corey (R/LW) 23/09/1997 11 (10-1-0) 39 Šarkić, Matija (GK) 23/07/1997 18 (18-0-0) 40 McKirdy, Harry (F) 29/03/1997 3 (3-0-0) 41 Lyden, Jordan (DCM) 30/01/1996 2 (2-0-0) 42 Lansbury, Henri (CM) 12/10/1990 1 (1-0-0)
  3. With 9 players out on loan at the moment, I figured we could do with an 18/19 version of the loan watch thread to keep a handy eye on them all. Foreign loans Aaron Tshibola - Kilmarnock (SPL) Easah Suliman - FC Emmen (Dutch Eredivisie) Championship Tommy Elphick - Hull City Gary Gardner - small heath alliance League One Andre Green - Portsmouth Jed Steer - Charlton Athletic League Two Mitchell Clark - Port Vale Jordan Lyden - Oldham Athletic Kelsey Mooney - Cheltenham Town
  4. Your ratings and reactions please. Keep it respectful even if you know everyone else is wrong. The players' names will be added to the poll when a mod gets chance.
  5. So who's planning on renewing their season ticket this year? Is anyone planning on buying a season ticket for the first time this season? At the minute, i'm undecided but leaning towards no. I missed so many games last season that in the end, it probably wasn't worth it. Even though last season was our best season in a long time, I found myself not really enjoying it that much, wishing I was watching the games in a pub with friends quite a lot. Though, we were on TV a lot last season.
  6. Come on Derby beat the dirty Leeds bastards. Can only see a Leeds win. 2-1 Leeds win.
  7. Your ratings and reactions please. Keep it respectful even if you know everyone else is wrong. The players' names will be added to the poll when a mod gets chance.
  8. West Brom v Villa Please do not mention streams or streaming in this thread. Please note that there is no distinction between legal or illegal, video or audio. If you aren't sure, it doesn't go in this thread. You will receive warning points if you ignore this.
  9. Its only half time, despite Bon Jovi’s confidence, but if we can hold on to what we’ve got at the Hawthorns on Tuesday night then we’ll make it to Wembley on 27th May. We take a one goal lead with us on Tuesday night and that didn’t really look very likely at half time, did it? Albion arrived yesterday, with avoiding defeat as their primary objective. Is Pulis providing Jimmy Shan with tactical advice as well as Michael Appleton? The first half looked like a carbon copy of the game they had won at Villa Park in February. They were solid at the back, worked hard, flooded the midfield and gave us very little space. Jack and John’s threat from the middle had been nullified by them during the first half. We had plenty of possession, but we had created very little of note with it and we gifted them the lead on 16 minutes to boot. What a time this would have been for the winning form that had gotten us into these playoffs to have deserted us. This Villa team are not beaten that easily though. The game was turned on its head by two goals in 4 minutes from us as we went into the last 15 minutes of normal time. Dwight Gayle’s 88th minute red card, when the referee had finally lost patience with him will result in their hot-headed, top scorer missing the second leg. That may yet prove as important to the outcome of this tie, as was the introduction from the bench of Conor Hourihane yesterday. We have seen a couple of Lazarus like semi-final comebacks over the past couple of days. Our own comeback deflated our visitor’s yesterday. The tie is not won yet, but we will not be as ineffective as we were in the first half again. Albion must also make it a more open game in search of a goal that would level the score. That will give us the space we were denied yesterday and the chance to put the game beyond them. The claret & blue relief was as clear at the final whistle, as was the disappointment that was etched on the faces of the whinging Albion players, staff and supporters. We must now finish the job on Tuesday evening. We are two wins away from promotion. It is high time that we left Wembley rejoicing a win, rather than having experienced a painful defeat. Do it for us Villa! My player ratings from a game that has left us, tantalisingly within touching distance of a second successive Wembley play off final appearance are: Jed Steer – 7 – Both he and Taylor went for the same ball on 11 minutes that neither got to. He made up for that communication breakdown seconds later, when he got his fingertips to help a Rodriguez shot from the edge of the box onto the crossbar, that would otherwise have produced a goal. Ahmed Elmohamady – 6 – He has rightly become an undisputed first choice, hasn’t he? Axel Tuanzebe - 7 – Another good display alongside Tyrone. Tyrone Mings – 7 – Solid at the back, although facing free-scoring opponents. Hit a 45th minute shot from the edge of the box that forced a save from Johnstone. Neil Taylor – 6 – Did well enough. Albert Adomah – 5 – Failed to make a real impression on this game, which was disappointing. Glenn Whelan – 5 – He has been immense in our midfield of late, but Glenn didn’t produce quite the same level of performance that he has been giving in recent weeks yesterday. Made a costly error that gave them an early lead, when he failed to control a pass back to him from Jack on 16 minutes, that Gayle proceeded to run onto before hitting a shot past Steer. John McGinn – 6 – Kept unusually quiet, but even the very best players don’t do it every week, like John they do it 99% of the time. I wouldn’t want to bet against him taking Tuesday’s game by the scruff of the neck and not letting it go. Jack Grealish – 7 – Didn’t make his usual impact upon the game during the first half but he still had a hand in both of our goals. Won a challenge on the edge of the box before hitting a 59th minute shot that Johnstone saved easily enough to his right. Ran into the right-hand side of the box before pulling the ball back to Hourihane on the edge of the box to claim an assist for our equaliser. Was moving towards the near post when Gibbs slid in to bring him down near the 6-yard box for our penalty Anwar El Ghazi - 6 – Hit a shot from the left-hand side of the box that took a deflection off Holgate before being held by Johnstone at the foot of the near post. Tammy Abraham – 7 – Left isolated and starved of service in the first half on his return to the team. Hit a first-time effort over the bar on 15 minutes from an Elmo cross. Made an increasingly significant impression on the game during the second half. Elmo played a ball down the line for him which he ran on with before cutting into the box, outpacing a defender and hitting a cross that Johnstone blocked low at the near post on 52 minutes. Nodded a 55th minute Taylor cross over and past the far post. Tammy was the coolest man in the ground when he put away his 79th minute penalty, sending Johnstone the wrong way and the ball into the right-hand corner of the net for our winner. Holgate was looking for any excuse to go down when Tammy jumped for a header inside the box and he went down dramatically to try to steal a late penalty for his shell-shocked side. Substitutes: Conor Hourihane – 8 – MOTM – Replaced Whelan on 67 minutes. His introduction led to Jack moving further forward and he made the difference yesterday. Conor was in space on the edge of the box when Grealish played the ball back to him on 75 minutes. His aim was true and his superbly hit left foot shot flashed into the left-hand corner of the net, with Johnstone just a spectator. Had earlier made an important 74th minute interception, stretching to reach a ball intended for the unmarked Murphy from Gayle. Andre Green – 6 - Came on for Adomah on 67 minutes and provided some pace. Jonathan Kodjia – Replaced El Ghazi on 91 minutes. Not on long enough to gain a rating. Up the Villa! John Lewis
  10. Your ratings and reactions please. Keep it respectful even if you know everyone else is wrong. The players' names will be added to the poll when a mod gets chance.
  11. Villa v West Brom Please do not mention streams or streaming in this thread. Please note that there is no distinction between legal or illegal, video or audio. If you aren't sure, it doesn't go in this thread. You will receive warning points if you ignore this.
  12. It is that time again people, where we do the Premier League predictions. Only this time we are making it a single thread for the entire season and we are using a third party to make and track the predictions. -- How to Play -- You can join in the prediction league at any point as we will be using the Talksport Predictor which can be found at https://predictor.talksport.com/ You do need to register. but thankfully they only ask for minimal information. Once registered you need to 'Join' the Predictor from your account page. Then you can join the VillaTalk mini league that @imavillan kindly set up by using the code P55NJ on https://predictor.talksport.com/public/#/mini-leagues Be sure to check the 'How to Play Section' Unfortunately the site does ask you to pick a favourite Premier League team. So just go with the one you dislike the most, lol. -- What's the point in this thread? -- Whilst everything is self contained on the predictor website I thought it might be nice to keep the thread active by making the predictions public (button at the bottom of each prediction set). If i get time I will also comment on the state of the table at the end of each gameweek for a bit of bantz. -- Why Premier League? -- We aren't doing the Championship because even with using another site it is a massive pain to do every 5 seconds. -- Anything else? -- Gameweek 1 (remember no new threads will be posted) starts next Friday 10th August. I'll try and post and bump the thread each gameweek with plenty of time for people to get their predictions in. -- Betting? -- I'll likely do some betting each week based on two predictors who will get 10% should we win an accumulator. So if you want in, be sure to make your prediction public for the gameweek. Good Luck!
  13. Your ratings and reactions please. Keep it respectful even if you know everyone else is wrong. The players' names will be added to the poll when a mod gets chance.
  14. omariqy

    AVTV 2018/9

    https://7500toholte.sbnation.com/2018/8/4/17650894/avtv-guide-faqs-how-to-watch-aston-villa How to watch Aston Villa: AVTV Guide & FAQs Everything you need to know about AVTV By Phil Vogel@PBVogel Aug 4, 2018, 2:08pm BST SHARE Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images AVTV is back and this year it comes with graphics! Let’s start with the basic info. If a game is scheduled for television broadcast AVTV cannot show video. Knowing that off the top will help clarify some of the confusion. No full match replays will be posted (writer’s note: BOOOOOO!). Prices are listed below — do the math to see what is best for you. If you signed up last year there is no automatic renewal. AVTV does not work through any streaming platforms (Chromecast, Apple TV, ect). Must be used through a computer. Season ticket holders no longer get an audio subscription included. Club says that is due to EFL regulations. Everything else is all location based — so I’m going to split this up. UK, Ireland & Channel Isles There are going to be select midweek matches that are made available through AVTV. Once again — these are matches that are not on TV anywhere in the world. Before you complain to the club about the hefty price tag — £10 was set up as the minimum price by the EFL. What games can you expect? “Any games played outside of blocked hours (not between 14:45 – 17:15 on a Saturday) and not shown by Sky Sports will be available to watch for domestic fans. Fixtures taking place on Bank Holidays or Easter will be unavailable for streaming.” International Plus This is a nice list to be on! If you are located (or your computer thinks you are located) in a country on the list — congratulations for an extra price you get to break the one rule of AVTV I listed at the top. Television broadcast does not matter to you — you get to watch all 46 matches live. International Minus The rest of the world — you are did not make the plus list. Don’t take it personally. For a cheaper price you can access to the matches that are not shown on television. Obviously Sky gets to determine that and I’m certain will do everything in their power not to inconvenient you with their decisions (this is not an accurate statement). If you are radio lover — things are easy. Audio is always available to everyone, regardless of location, for every match. Finally troubleshooting — “For any in-game coverage issues this season, viewers can contact @AVFCSupport on Twitter or our stream hosts directly via AVTVsupport@streamamg.com.”
  15. It has been 3 months and we have gone 12 games since we last tasted defeat. It is still disagreeable to see visiting fans celebrating a win at Villa Park and it is even worse for their team to be picking up the Championship trophy afterwards, as was the case yesterday. The last time we ended a game pointless, was against the team that we next face over two legs for a place in the playoff final. Our clear objective is now to ensure that we remain unbeaten in our next three games. Six of the players that started our last game and five of the players who started our last home game, started this one. The decision to rest players yesterday, was without doubt the right one. We have bigger fish to fry than Delia Smith, Ed Balls, Hugh Jackman and Stephen Fry’s boys in the coming weeks. The three play-off games that are to come, can provide us with the happy ending to this season that our recent tremendous run should culminate in. These crucial games will define our season. Win them and we will accompany Norwich back to the top flight, as they escorted us down to the Championship three years ago. Losing against our local rivals or in the final against either Leeds or Derby, would have an unthinkable impact on the makeup of our superb team. It just cannot happen! Yesterday’s game gave our visitors their first win at Villa Park since 1992. This win also resulted in them being promoted as champions. Victory in the play off games, will give us the opportunity to play our first choice eleven when we meet them next time and the outcome would I suspect be likely to be somewhat different. I look forward to seeing that game next season! Norwich started strongly, like the game meant more to them than it did to us, which it did. They took an early lead, but we showed our resilience by equalising within 7 minutes and then shading the first half. Either side could have won it during the second half and there was little to choose between the two sides. The game appeared to be likely to end in a draw, which would have perhaps suited both clubs, but Norwich were greedy for more. As has so often proved the case this season, they stole the points in the last few minutes. That was cruel on the much-changed team that we put out yesterday, but we will get over it should our season end in promotion. My player ratings from a game that was played in front of a packed Villa Park, during which we remembered those who had joined the ranks of the HEITS during the season on 20.18 minutes are: Jed Steer – 6 – He was relieved that Hernandez’s 45th minute curled shot from outside of the box struck the crossbar, with him well beaten. Did well to get his outstretched right hand to a 69th minute Stiepermann shot from the edge of the box and perhaps could have done the same with Vrancic’s 86th minute winner, which eluded the same outstretched hand, having been hit from very nearly the same place. Alan Hutton – 6 – It was fitting to see him given the captaincy on what is likely to be his last league appearance in the claret and blue shirt that he has worked so hard to win, as well as hold during his time with us. It must have just been pure coincidence that we looked a tad susceptible on the right flank yesterday. Hats off to the Scottish Cafu! Axel Tuanzebe - 6 – Seemed slow to react to the Hernandez cross that Pukki turned in, having got to the ball in front of him. Kortney Hause – 6 – Needed the game. Neil Taylor – 6 – Reliable again. Albert Adomah – 6 – Surprisingly did the full 90 minutes. Glenn Whelan – 7 – Poked a 45th minute shot just over from the edge of the box. Had another solid game in the middle. Henri Lansbury – 6 – He’s not quite Jack but who is? Did a decent job yesterday and showed that he can play a part, if required in the games that are to come. Conor Hourihane – 7 – Hit a sweet free kick that produced the equaliser. Curled a 30-yard shot just wide of the far post on 37 minutes. Andre Green - 6 – Andre was unlucky that his goal-bound 17th minute shot from a central position in the penalty area, after Hutton’s cross found its way to him, was blocked by Aarons. Jonathan Kodjia – 7 – MOTM – 3 goals in his last 4 games now. Johnny Danger is encouragingly living up to his nickname at the business end of the season. Did well to get in front of his marker and flick Hourihane’s perfectly placed free kick past Krul and into the far corner of the net on 14 minutes. Headed an accurate 33rd minute Hourihane cross just over the bar. A defender got a touch to a 37th minute ball played into the box for him from Adomah, but he got to the loose ball and his close-range effort was blocked by Krul’s legs at the near post. Gamely ran on to a poor 54th minute back pass played back into the box, that Godfrey just got to first, but sent the ball narrowly wide of the far post in doing so. Substitutes: Keinan Davis – 6 – Replaced Kodjia on 72 minutes and again looked both keen and capable. Birkir Bjarnason – Came on for a rare appearance replacing Lansbury on 80 minutes. Bikir was not on quite long enough to gain a rating. Up the Villa! John Lewis
  16. Couldn’t see a thread for this anywhere, so thought I’d start one. Fifteen games remaining, the bottom seven as it stands - Pos. G/D Points 14th Palace -9 22 15th S’ton -15 22 16th Burnley -20 22 17th Newcastle -12 21 18th Cardiff - 25 19 19th Fulham -30 14 20th H’field -27 11 I’d be surprised if Huddersfield and Fulham survived. Cardiff have a pluckiness about them, but not sure that will be enough. The end of this season has the potential to be the first in while that the bottom three is decided before the title is. Obviously anyone who will (sadly, probably) joins us next season will have a nice big pot of money to play with. But as it stands, the current bottom three are probably the most preferable three to face next season?
  17. Villa v Norwich Please do not mention streams or streaming in this thread. Please note that there is no distinction between legal or illegal, video or audio. If you aren't sure, it doesn't go in this thread. You will receive warning points if you ignore this.
  18. These threads are always a bit of fun, I got bored waiting for our game to start. It would be cool to push the boat out next season with something a bit different. With Premier League badges of course.
  19. Saturday, May 11 - Championship play-off first legs 3rd v's 6th 12.30 and 17.15 4th v's 5th kick-offs) Tuesday, May 14 - Championship A second leg (19.45 kick-off) Wednesday, May 15 - Championship B second leg (19.45 kick-off) Monday, May 27 - Championship final (15.00 kick-off) https://www.efl.com/news/2019/april/sky-bet-efl-play-off-dates-confirmed
  20. Probably as exciting as the title race for me. Wide open as of now. Who do you think will make it? My prediction. 1st Man City 2nd Liverpool 3rd Chelsea 4th Arsenal 5th Man Utd 6th Spurs
  21. Leeds v Villa Please do not mention streams or streaming in this thread. Please note that there is no distinction between legal or illegal, video or audio. If you aren't sure, it doesn't go in this thread. You will receive warning points if you ignore this.
  22. Since they are starting to drop it might be time for a new thread about next seasons kits Like these 3rd kits from Man U And the Chelsea one
  23. Your ratings and reactions please. Keep it respectful even if you know everyone else is wrong. The players' names will be added to the poll when a mod gets chance.
  24. We witnessed history being made yesterday. In years to come the question will be asked, do you remember when our great club broke their record of consecutive league wins in 2019? That record had remained unbroken since 1910. That’s beyond living memory, so we had to refer to the record books to read about that winning run and that grand old team. In the years to come, you will be able to say that you were there and that you witnessed this incredible run. You can tell your children, your grandchildren and anyone else who is prepared to listen, that you remember this splendid team, this great run and had the pleasure of seeing Jack Grealish, John McGinn, Tammy Abraham et all play in the claret and blue. Those players have earned their place in Villa history as did Harry Hampton, Billy Walker, Pongo Waring and Eric Houghton, before them in bygone seasons. We secured our place in the end of season promotion playoffs yesterday, with two games of the season to spare. Only in our wildest dreams, did any of us see this winning run coming at the beginning of March. As our boss said after yesterday’s game, “If you had asked me 11 games ago would we go and win the next 10, I would have thought you were a little bit crackers.” Now let’s extend this winning run to 15 games! This superb run merits a joyful ending. For it not now to end with our promotion, would be too cruel on this team who have worked so hard to claim their ticket to the play off lottery. For a second successive season to end in despair would be beyond abhorrent. We have played better than we did yesterday during this run of wins. Millwall are always a tough nut to crack and were both determined and uncompromising, as they looked for a point to assist their relegation fight. Although not at our scintillating best, we were still clearly the better of the two teams and on another day the score might have better reflected this. As it was, for the second successive home game the visitor’s man of the match was their goalkeeper, but once again he still finished on the losing side. Villa didn’t need to go into fourth gear to win this one. We eased to victory without adding a second goal, that would have left us sitting more comfortably near the end. Our team have now developed the confidence and composure to see games out without undue cause for concern though. We seemed perhaps, to be conserving something for the decisive games that are to come, as we eased to what was ultimately a comfortable tenth win in front of a packed Villa Park. My player ratings from a game that sealed a Happy Easter for us and that meant that the play offs are coming are: Jed Steer – 6 – Produced a very good save on 15 minutes, pushing a Wallace shot from outside of the box, out for a corner to his right. He then had a moment of madness, when he ran out to but didn’t get near a 71st minute floated free kick into the box, taken from just inside our half by Pearce which was thankfully headed wide by Cooper. Ahmed Elmohamady – 7 – Elmo gets better with each game and looks increasingly composed, confident and reliable. Mile Jedinak - 7 – Mile did a tremendous job again in the centre of our defence yesterday in the absence of both Axel and Kortney. He was as uncompromising and determined as our opponent’s defenders were and that is saying quite a lot. Tyrone Mings – 8 – MOTM – So steady and so composed at the heart of our defence. Didn’t put a foot wrong and oozed confidence. He plays a crucial role in making this team tick. Neil Taylor – 7 – Did well again and has played his part in this fantastic winning run. Albert Adomah – 6 – Substituted after an hour no doubt with the intention of preserving his energies for those battles that are yet to come. Glenn Whelan – 7 – Substituted on 60 minutes, most likely for the same reason that Albert was. Got down bravely where the boots were flying on 16 minutes, to head away a corner that had fallen to Pearce who had played it back across the face of the goal. Provides solidity for our midfield. John McGinn – 8 – Did well to avoid a booking that would have threated an untimely play-off suspension. Whelan played a neat ball to him inside of the box, but his 41st minute shot was blocked at the near post by a defender. Had a hand in many of our chances. Jack Grealish – 8 – A welcome return for the player whose return to the side as captain following a lengthy injury, sparked the outstanding run that broke a long-standing club record yesterday. Green played the ball back to him and his 68th minute shot from near the penalty spot was only kept out by Martin’s legs. McGinn found him near the centre circle on 72 minutes, Jack ran on to the edge of the box before hitting a shot which deflected off a defender just inches past the keeper’s right-hand post. Anwar El Ghazi – 7 – Hit the cross that Jonathan put away for the winner. Headed a 9th minute Grealish corner wide at the far post and brought a defender down in getting up for it. McGinn played a nice ball for Anwar to run onto, he looked to curl a shot past Martin and inside of the far post, but Martin got down well to push the ball around the post on 90 minutes. Jonathan Kodjia – 7 – Came in for the injured 25-goal Tammy and hit our winner in the 30th minute. Pounced on a misjudged loose back pass a minute earlier, but his heavy first touch enabled Martin to just touch the ball first as they met on the edge of the box and the chance was gone. Made a nice run inside the box on 56 minutes running between two defenders before hitting his shot wide of the far post. Jack found El Ghazi on the left side of the box and his nicely hit 30th minute cross, was hit home by Johnny Danger to his obvious delight. Substitutes: Conor Hourihane – 6 – Replaced Whelan on 60 minutes and did his bit in the middle. Andre Green – 7 - Came on for Albert on 60 minutes and looked good. Grealish found him on the right of the box on 66 minutes but his shot from a tight angle hit the side netting. Hit a sweet 84th minute volley after an El Ghazi shot had deflected off a defender towards him, only to be denied a goal by a great reflex save by Martin. McGinn swept the ball right for Andre who ran inside of the box and hit a 90th minute shot that deflected over the bar off a defender. Keinan Davis – 6 - Replaced Johnny Danger on 76 minutes and again did his bit, showing some surprisingly deft touches with the ball at his feet. Up the Villa! John Lewis

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