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Aston Villa - Relegation?

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if i was a villa fan id be worried about relegation.

Herd looks like a league two candidate for player of the year

Jermaine Jenas doesnt want to be a footballer, no life left in him

Dunne is unable to shift across the ground at any considerable pace

Collins is struggling emotionally

Aggbonglahor isn't a winger and doesn't know what to do when he cuts in side

Darren Bent isn't a defensive forward, he's no Derek O'Connor - you cant expect him to bully the backline

Hutton is in termoil, regretting not putting anything into his spurs career and feels he's failed in life

Shay Given is an emotional wreck

Stillian Petrov wants out

You play a defensive formation and still leave oceans of space between the back 4 and midfield

Barry Bannan runs around in circles

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RELEGATION?

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lmao

ordinarily id say candidate, but there is some real dross in the league this season so they should be ok.

McLeish appointment undid all the credence Lerner had built up the decision just stinks of crony advice which he unwisely followed.

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They are shit, it's a shame what has happened to such a great club

I like to think they'll keep their d*ck up, with some of the teams below them being just as bad, if not worse

But with Agent Mcleish at work, who knows

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Apointing mcleish was a terrible choice especially with the attacking players villa had, mcleish hates scoring goals thinks he can win guys by drawing any waste man

Did he actually play jenas On the right?

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Someone re-up the Darren Bent >>> Villa thread.

Said it from day, the signing was shit. Well bag goals, but make the team overall shit, like he has done for every other club he's played for.

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Too early to call it imo.

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Nevermind relegation, what were those moles that were tripping everybody up?

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We were going down last season and finished ninth. We'll be top half in spite of McLeish. However, I expect us to be bottom 6 or 7 after the Xmas period.

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mocking

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wish that you are good luck this season ! :lmao:

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fakk

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wish that you are good luck this season ! :lmao:

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Faaak. Not sure how JJ can come back from this.

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ASTON VILLA will have to take a £1m hit on crocked star Jermaine Jenas.

The on-loan former England midfielder has been sent back to parent club Tottenham after rupturing his Achilles tendon at the weekend.

Jenas faces surgery and is expected to be ruled out for the remainder of the season.

But despite sending him home, Villa are committed to paying his £40,000-a-week wages under the terms of the season-long loan arrangement.

And that leaves them lumbered with more than six months of his £2m-a-year salary.

They have hardly had value for money from Jenas, who was injured in his first training session with the club.

He has played just 108 minutes in three games this season, which works out at £18,519 per minute.

Jenas was carried off after 64 ­minutes of his first start against ­Manchester United on Saturday when he went down unchallenged.

Scans have shown the injury to be more serious than first hoped and now Tottenham will supervise his treatment and recovery.

But one thing looks certain – Jenas has been seen in a Villa shirt for the last time.

Boss Alex McLeish has nothing but sympathy for the 28-year-old’s tortuous run of luck.

McLeish said: “It’s a shame for the lad, really bad luck. It must be hellish for him. We have to let ­Tottenham sort it out. We just haven’t got started with Jenas at all.”

McLeish will now ask Villa’s ­American tycoon owner Randy ­Lerner to loosen the purse strings so that he can bring in a replacement in the January transfer window.

The United match proved to be a disastrous one for Villa, with goalkeeper Shay Given also carried off seven minutes before half-time with a hamstring injury.

The 35-year-old Republic of Ireland star – rated one of the Premier League’s top keepers – is expected to be out for a month.

McLeish said: “It’s disappointing to lose Shay like that but these things happen and you just have to get on with it.”

Given’s deputy Brad Guzan will be first name on the team sheet for Saturday’s clash at Bolton.

McLeish added: “We have got to trade carefully, but I know Randy is right behind me if there is an opportunity to do something.”

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Horrible side, I watched them at the Emirates, i was lower tier and close to the action, their players looked so fat and slow compared to ours..dreadful.. Benty must be kicking himself

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We're dreadful and deserve to go down.

Don't think we will though. 38 should do it and there should be 5 points in our remaining fixtures.

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8 games left & they haven't exactly got a easy run to the end of the season. Still got to play us, Man U, Spurs, Sunderland, Bolton etc

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8 games left & they haven't exactly got a easy run to the end of the season. Still got to play us, Man U, Spurs, Sunderland, Bolton etc

Quaking in my boots

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LOL im quoting this if the villains go down

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