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Why 'Paul Lambert's rift with Ian Taylor' is bad news for Aston Villa

It’s more than 20 years since the original series of Dallas last aired on UK TV – but the Aston Villa soap opera is now showing in Texas. 519 more words


Aston Villa welcomes back previously marginalized players

Aston Villa want to avoid yet another season in which they struggle against the drop. However, that might be difficult: Owner Randy Lerner put the club up for sale at the start of the summer, and has yet to find a willing buyer. 403 more words

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Season Preview - Aston Villa



2013-2014 Season

Aston Villa will have felt a sense of de ja vu when looking back at 2013/14 as they had another very disappointing season under Paul Lambert and for the second consecutive season they narrowly avoided relegation. 580 more words

Darren Bent, Charles N'Zogbia and Alan Hutton must make the most of second chances at Aston Villa

As Aston Villa open their pre-season campaign on Thursday at Mansfield, three forgotten members of the squad will be hoping to seize their second chance. 536 more words


Jenkins Keen on Keeping Ki

Aston Villa are keen to continue their summer bargain hunt, and are hoping to capture Swansea City’s South Korean midfielder Ki Sung-Yeung. Under the stewardship of Scotsman Paul Lambert, the Villains have already made three transfers this summer, signing Kieran Richardson for an undisclosed fee, and finalising free transfers for veterans Joe Cole and Philippe Senderos. 504 more words

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Aston Villa targeting Ki Sung-Yueng shows Paul Lambert's transfer policy is back on track

Whatever your opinion of his signings so far, Paul Lambert is definitely shifting his transfer policy at Aston Villa.

Of the 17 players brought to the club in his first two years in charge, only two – back-up goalkeeper Jed Steer and loanee left-back Ryan Bertrand – came from other Premier League clubs. 550 more words


The sack race - part two

Last summer I wrote in my weekly blog that Chris Hughton, Martin Jol, Mauricio Pochettino and Paolo Di Canio were the most likely to be dismissed, before concluding that the latter should be the destination of visitors’ hard earned cash. 826 more words