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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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?
  4. Aston Villa statistics : 2018/2019 Premier League 2 - Division 2 - Under-23 development league TABLE (as of 25/03/2019) P W D L F A GD Pts 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 19 11 4 4 40 18 +22 37 2 Southampton 19 11 3 5 27 18 +9 36 3 Newcastle United 19 11 1 7 42 30 +12 34 4 Reading 19 10 4 5 38 29 +9 34 5 Aston Villa 19 10 3 6 32 27 +5 33 6 Manchester United 19 7 5 7 25 27 -2 26 7 Stoke City 18 6 6 6 35 29 +6 24 8 Middlesbrough 18 5 6 7 27 31 -4 21 9 West Bromwich Albion 19 5 6 8 31 36 -5 21 10 Norwich City 19 5 4 10 27 44 -17 19 11 Fulham 19 4 6 9 24 30 -6 18 12 Sunderland 19 2 4 13 12 41 -29 10 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 A-Rea H-WBA Lomax, Sam (GK) 1 (0) u u u u u u u u u u u u u S u u u u Ónodi, Ákos (GK) 0 (0) u Šarkić, Matija (GK) 14 (0) S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Sinisalo, Viljami (GK) 4 (0) u S S S S Bazeley-Graham, Isaiah (RB) 16 (0) 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) 0 (1) o u u Burton, Bradley (CB) 1 (2) S o o Clark, Mitchell (CB) 2 (0) S S Patterson, Ethan (CB) 1 (0) u u S u Revan, Dominic (CB) 16 (1) S S S S S S S S S S S S S S o u S S Suliman, Easah (CB) 4 (0) S S S S Walker, Jake (RB) 13 (2) o S S S S S S S S S o S S S S u u Birch, Jack (CM) 0 (0) u u u Blackett-Taylor, Corey (R/LW) 6 (1) o S S S S S S Brunt, Lewis (CM) 4 (0) S S S S Clarke, Jack (CM) 16 (1) S S S S S S S S o 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 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) 5 (3) o S o o S S S S Rowe, Callum (CM) 12 (2) S o u u o S S S S u S S S S S S S Sohna, Harrison (CM) 0 (0) u Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 2 (3) o o o S S Archer, Cameron (F) 2 (2) o o S S Davis, Keinan (F) 2 (0) S S Guy, Ben (F) 0 (1) o Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian (F) 6 (1) S S o S S S S Knibbs, Harvey (F) 12 (3) S u S S o o S S S u S S u u o S S S S 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 (4) o o S o o Pressley, Aaron (F) 0 (1) u o Sea, Dimitri (F) 0 (2) o o Tait, Michael (F) 0 (0) u Wright, Tyreik (F) 3 (1) o 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 Knibbs, Harvey 3 3 O'Hare, Callum 3 3 Cox, Jordan 3 6 Bree, James 2 6 Clarke, Jack 2 6 O.G. 2 9 Brunt, Lewis 1 9 Prosser, Alexander 1 9 Archer, Cameron 1 9 Davis, Keinan 1 9 Ramsey, Jacob 1 9 Blackett-Taylor, Corey 1 9 Revan, Dominic 1 # TOP ASSISTS Ast 1 Clarke, Jack 3 2 Wright, Tyreik 2 2 O'Hare, Callum 2 2 Blackett-Taylor, Corey 2 5 Archer, Cameron 1 5 Rowe, Callum 1 5 Mooney, Kelsey 1 5 Hepburn-Murphy, Rushian 1 5 Odutayo, Colin 1 5 Lansbury, Henri 1 5 Knibbs, Harvey 1 5 Revan, Dominic 1 5 Lyden, Jordan 1 5 Cox, Jordan 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 07' Robson-Kanu, Hal (Hoolahan) 77' Cox, Jordan (Knibbs) 04/11/2018 Villa Park @ 13:00 Aston Villa 4-5 Reading 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 07/12/2018 Villa Park @ 19:00 Aston Villa 2-1 Southampton 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 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 32' Thorvaldsson, Isak (Idah) 54' Spyrou, Anthony (Idah) 81' Mooney, Kelsey (Clarke) 04/02/2019 Motspur Park @ 19:00 Fulham 0-1 Aston Villa 73' Knibbs, Harvey 18/02/2019 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-1 Middlesbrough 15' Sylla, Amadou (p) 74' Archer, Cameron (Rowe) 04/03/2019 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa 1-0 Sunderland 75' Prosser, Alexander(p) 11/03/2019 Northumberland FA @ 19:00 Newcastle United 0-3 Aston Villa 16' Knibbs, Harvey (Wright) 45' Brunt, Lewis (Wright) 89' Mooney, Kelsey (Archer) 08/04/2019 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa - Wolverhampton Wanderers 12/04/2019 T.B.C. @ 19:00 Reading - Aston Villa 29/04/2019 Bescot Stadium @ 19:00 Aston Villa - West Bromwich Albion 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 1 (0-1-1) 2 Sinisalo, Viljami (GK) 11/10/2001 5 (5-0-3) 3 Wright, Tyreik (F) 22/09/2001 7 (4-3-0) 4 Ónodi, Ákos (GK) 02/09/2001 0 (0-0-1) 5 Ramsey, Jacob (ACM) 28/05/2001 9 (6-3-0) 6 Odutayo, Colin (F) 08/03/2001 5 (1-4-0) 7 Vassilev, Indiana (LW) 16/02/2001 7 (3-4-0) 8 Tait, Michael (F) 29/01/2001 2 (0-2-1) 9 Birch, Jack (CM) 23/11/2000 0 (0-0-4) 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 6 (5-1-0) 13 Walker, Jake (RB) 03/11/2000 19 (17-2-3) 14 Guy, Ben (F) 02/11/2000 1 (0-1-1) 15 McConnachie, Charlie (RB) 21/10/2000 0 (0-0-1) 16 Revan, Dominic (CB) 19/09/2000 21 (19-2-2) 17 Bridge, Mungo (LB) 12/09/2000 1 (0-1-2) 18 Bazeley-Graham, Isaiah (RB) 03/02/2000 21 (21-0-0) 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 19 (17-2-3) 23 Coates, Jack (CM) 11/05/1999 0 (0-0-0) 24 Knibbs, Harvey (F) 26/04/1999 21 (16-5-4) 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 21 (20-1-0) 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 5 (5-0-0) 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 17 (17-0-0) 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)
  5. Idea from the McGinn Thread...... Or can we manipulate a clean sweep? Anyway, have at it VT
  6. 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.”
  7. 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
  8. 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.
  9. We now have our place in the top six. The battle is to stay there. Derby and Bristol City may have a game and two games in hand of us respectively, but we have the points on the board. City must also visit Villa Park and neither of these teams are currently winning games for fun, are they? The likes of Preston, Forest and Wednesday are behind us, so they would need to have a better finish than we do to the season, in order to overhaul us. As Ron Saunders once said at the business end of a very successful season, “Do you want to bet against us?” Yesterday’s fourth successive victory has taken us into the play off places. Who would have thought that likely just a couple of weeks ago? The win has left us just a point behind Middlesbrough, who must now fear being overtaken by the team that knocked them out of the play offs last season and completed the double over them yesterday. They are in our sights now and so is promotion! Eight games of this season remain, or could it be 11? The international break has come at a time when we are on a tremendous run that looks like it could sweep us into the end of season play offs. We must use this break to our advantage. Let’s hope that players who are on international duty return to us fit and that a couple of those who are currently on the treatment table, near fitness during this period of club inactivity. We currently have the look of a team that is putting together a late run to make the play offs, that other clubs will not relish meeting in them. Clubs that enter the play offs on the crest of a run of good results, often take the promotion spot from teams that have finished above them over the course of the season. We could be that club this year. If we can play as well as we have done in the last 4 games, in our final 8 games of the season and then do the same in the 3 play-off games, it just could be on, after all! The high winds and second half rain were not conducive to good football. Tony Pulis must have welcomed the conditions then and our visitors from Teesside might well have been reminded of a summer’s day back at home! They may have come to Villa Park to park the bus, but they left it in the club car park and their usually solid defence was breached three times. Villa were not to be distracted by the weather conditions. We dominated this game from start to finish. If it had been a boxing match, it would have been stopped before we applied the coup de grace on the 88th minute. I don’t want to tempt fate, but it seems that our defence might now have reached the point where a two-goal lead can prove to be enough to secure a win. My player ratings from a game that left us surprisingly and unexpectedly optimistic, about our play off prospects are: Jed Steer – 6 – Not unduly troubled by the visitor’s attack but appeared both confident and assured. Ahmed Elmohamady – 7 – Another solid performance from Elmo, who is doing more than a bit to make our defence look increasingly and reassuringly solid. Kortney Hause - 7 – Solid, unflustered and looking increasingly confident, alongside Tyrone in the centre of our defence. Tyrone Mings – 8 – His towering presence in the centre of the defence is increasingly impressive. He has so much time on the ball, is unrushed, confident and is the rock on which our defence is currently built. His was an inspired signing! Neil Taylor – 7 – This was a no-nonsense defensive performance, which is exactly what we have been looking for from him. Keep it up Tayls! Glenn Whelan – 8 – MOTM – Didn’t put a foot wrong yesterday. I can’t recall him playing better in our shirt than this. He was the cog in our midfield engine and allowed Jack and John to move forward knowing that he was on hand behind them. Hit a 52nd minute shot from the edge of the box wide of the left-hand post. It must have been nice for him to hear the crowd acknowledging his tremendous performance yesterday. Andre Green – 6 – Substituted after 65 minutes having not over troubled Friend on the right. John McGinn – 8 – Scored one and made one, what’s not to like? Headed a 1st minute El Ghazi cross over. Hit a nice ball to find El Ghazi in space on the edge of the box for our first. Grealish played a ball inside for Abraham that ran past him for John to pick up and run with to the edge of the box before hitting our second into the right-hand corner of the net. Jack Grealish – 8 – Hit the foot of the near post on 62 minutes, having ran inside the box following a short corner. Gave another captain’s performance, led by example, teased opponents with his skills and his presence created space for his teammates. Had a 36th minute shot from the edge of the box deflected wide on 36 minutes. Anwar El Ghazi – 7 – He looks a little like Ronaldo to me from a distance (I must get my eyesight checked), he doesn’t play much like him yet, but this was a bright, encouraging performance from Anwar. Hit our opener on 28 minutes, when he was found unmarked on the edge of the box by McGinn. He proceeded to run into the box and slot the ball past the keeper and into the far corner of the net nicely. Grealish made a strong run forward from inside his own half, before finding him just inside the box but his 50th minute shot was hit just wide of the far post. Tammy Abraham – 7 – Worked hard, stayed busy made some nice forward runs and led the line well. The only thing that was missing was his 22nd goal and that will come another day. Hit a 61st minute ball from Elmo over on 61 minutes and a shot from the edge of the box wide of the right-hand post 3 minutes later. Substitutes: Albert Adomah – 6 – Replaced Green on 65 minutes and hit our third 23 minutes later, when he tapped home from close range after Randolph had been unable to hold a shot from Davis. Jonathan Kodjia - 6 – Replaced Tammy on 72 minutes. Keinan Davis - 6 – Made a rare first team appearance yesterday, coming off the bench to replace El Ghazi on 75 minutes. Elmo found him on the left of the box on 88 minutes, from where he got into a shooting position before curling a shot towards the far post that Randolph obligingly spilled for our third. Up the Villa! John Lewis
  10. Villa v Middlesbrough 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.
  11. Quarter Final Ajax v Juventus Liverpool v FC Porto Spurs v Man City Barcalona v Man Utd Semi Final Spurs or Man City v Ajax or Juventus Barcalona or Man Utd v Liverpool or Porto
  12. 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.
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  14. Nottm Forest 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.
  15. I would love for us to continue this mini-revival since the return of Jack by turning over MON. Gotta keep Kryten quiet!
  16. This poll will be open for the first week of the month.
  17. 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.
  18. 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?
  19. sha 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.
  20. So, the Champions League season 18/19. The teams have been placed, who do you fancy? Can Real make it 4 in a row? Will we see a non Spanish winner for the first time in 5 years? Why is Lokomotiv Moscow top seeded? Grupp A: Atlético Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Monaco, Club Brügge. Grupp B: Barcelona, Tottenham, PSV Eindhoven, Inter. Grupp E; Paris SG, Napoli, Liverpool, Red Star. Grupp D; Lokomotiv Moscow, Porto, Schalke 04, Galatasaray Grupp E: Bayern Münich, Benfica, Ajax, AEK Aten. Grupp F: Manchester City, Sjachtar Donestk, Lyon, Hoffenheim Grupp G: Real Madrid, Roma, CSKA Moscow, Viktoria Plzen. Grupp H: Juventus, Manchester United, Valencia, Young Boys
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  22. Jack’s back and so were the Villa yesterday! Alan Durban, Kevin Hector, Roy McFarland, Alan Hinton, Archie Gemmill, Roger Davies and Francis Lee. Your boys took one hell of a beating! Captain Jack invigorated the team on his return and led by example. We have not looked nearly as good as we did yesterday, in the 13 league games that we have played without him, since injury deprived us of our talisman. One player does not make a team, but one player can help a team to play like one! Three first half goals won it for us at Pride Park in November and four first half goals won it for us at Villa Park yesterday. We have scored 7 goals against Frank Lampard’s Derby and have kept two clean sheets against them this season. If we could play them every week, then promotion might still not be quite beyond us! Villa rather than our visitors looked the serious promotion contenders yesterday. If only Jack had been able to come back a month earlier, we might have made a late run for the play offs. As it is, we are 6 points behind sixth place Bristol City. That gap could be pegged back to three points as they still have to visit Villa Park, but they do have a game in hand. Derby also have a run of 4 successive home games to follow this defeat, which still leaves them 3 points ahead of us. A more realistic and achievable target is therefore making it another double on Sunday! Our visitors were not at their best yesterday, but they seldom are at this stage of the season, are they? The scintillating first half performance that we produced yesterday, would have blown away any championship team though. We eased through the second half with the game already won but lost another central defender through injury during it. Tommy Elphick can now be added to Axel and Chester, on the treatment table, on the day that we got our Jack back. Could Chester be fit for selection by Sunday, I wonder? My player ratings from a game that left us remembering how good it feels to see a Villa home win and how hard it can prove to stop smirking after a victory such as this, are: Jed Steer – 6 – Had a quiet afternoon but his presence may be giving some much-needed confidence to the defenders who are in front of him. Ahmed Elmohamady – 7 – He retains the ball. Sometimes he plays the ball back behind him to do so but he doesn’t give the ball away too often. He does what it says on the tin and did so yesterday very well. He got an assist with a well-placed cross for our second. A good solid overall performance from Elmo. Tommy Elphick - 7 – Solid again alongside Tyrone before he was stretchered off on 67 minutes. He was unfortunately on crutches after the game. Appeared to catch his foot on the turf when moving towards a pass from Mings. This was cruel luck for Tommy, who has been twice the player he was before his loan spell, since returning to the club from Hull. Tyrone Mings – 8 – He looks increasingly composed and comfortable with each game. Headed an El Ghazi cross wide of the far post on 57 minutes. We must pull out all the stops to try to keep him at Villa Park next season! Kortney Hause – 7 – He wins plenty of ball in the air, doesn’t he? He understandably tends to drift towards the middle of the defence, which leaves room on his flank. Looked solid yesterday and played some nice balls out of defence. Looked comfortable when switched into the centre of our defence following Tommy’s substitution. Glenn Whelan – 8 – Glenn turned back the years yesterday and produced a very good solid all round midfield performance. He also hit the corner that Jack volleyed home to make it four before the half time whistle. Albert Adomah – 7 – Albert was involved, keen and made a positive impression during this game. Hit a shot over the bar from inside of the box on 20 minutes. Conor Hourihane – 8 – Back to his best yesterday at long last. Conor popped up here, there and everywhere. Grealish played a nice ball forward to El Ghazi whose cross was hit wide of the far post by Conor on 5 minutes. Four minutes later, Jack floated a superb ball for Abraham to run onto. Tammy’s attempt on goal was blocked by Carson, only for the ball to run onto Conor, who turned home our first. He then swept home our third and his second on 44 minutes, placing the ball past Carson from the edge of the box with some aplomb. Jack Grealish – 9 – MOTM – So much for needing a couple of games after a lengthy injury break to get back to his best! Jack was simply tremendous on his long-awaited return to the first team. He hit a magnificent, unstoppable volley from the edge of the box to give us our fourth goal in the 2nd minute of first half stoppage time from Whelan’s corner. He then hit a 55th minute shot from the edge of the box that Carson pushed away for a corner. He teased and worried Derby until leaving the field to a standing ovation on 71 minutes. Hopefully he will get a little more protection from match officials following his return from injury, although it only took 17 minutes for him to receive a first clumsy challenge that went unpunished yesterday. Anwar El Ghazi – 7 – Good to see him tracking back a couple of times and he did well when doing so. Made a strong run before hitting a cross that Tomori blocked a minute into first half stoppage time. The ball then cannoned off Wisdom into the side netting and we scored from the resulting corner. Took a touch on a 79th minute Hourhihane cross before hitting a shot that Carson blocked near the far post. A step up on his recent performances. Tammy Abraham – 8 – Hit his 21st goal of the season to end a barren run of three games without a goal. Whelan found Elmo on the right on 37 minutes and Tammy stretched to prod home his cross at the far post for our second. Claimed an assist for our third, when he won a high ball and ran on towards the box before playing the ball to Hourihane to score our third. Hit a 76th minute shot from the edge of the box, having been found by Grealish which forced a good save from Carson. Great to see him nodding his head in reaction to this encouraging win on the final whistle. Substitutes: Neil Taylor – 6 – Came on for the unluckily injured Elphick on 67 minutes. Fitted in well enough, enabling Hause to move into the middle of the defence. Tom Carroll - 6 – Replaced Jack on 71 minutes and got some more first team minutes behind him during what was a less than pressured finish to the game. Andre Green - Came on for El Ghazi on 80 minutes. Andre was not on long enough to gather a rating. Up the Villa! John Lewis
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  24. Villa v Derby 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.
  25. 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.
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