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The Good, Bad & Ugly – Is Villa’s Season Turning for the Worse?

Written for My Old Man Said and published there on 19/10/14

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Villa’s horror run of both opponents and results continued with an insipid loss against Everton and the kind of non-performance that we have unfortunately come to expect from the club. 993 more words

Premier League

Fabian Delph Ruled Out Until 2015

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Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph will be sidelined for two months after dislocating his shoulder in a training incident, and has been told he needs surgery to repair the damage caused when he fell awkwardly during a training session on Tuesday. 191 more words

Football

Jose Mourinho addresses Villa handshake dispute as only Jose can

At Stamford Bridge, they call him “The Special One.”

To Paul Lambert and Roy Keane, he’s more like “The Sarcastic One.”

[ RELATED: Roy Keane calls out Jose Mourinho… 242 more words

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Promising Beginnings and Unexpectedly Early Crossroads

With the international break now upon us, I figure its time for some reflection on my first season as a Premier League fan. So far I couldn’t be happier about my experience. 1,519 more words

Soccer

Forget the book and the beard, it's Roy Keane's actions, not words, that will shape fortunes of Aston Villa

It’s not often a book written by the assistant manager of Aston Villa dominates the papers.

You can’t imagine ‘Peter Grant – My Story’ or ‘Confessions of Roy Aitken’ being big sellers in the shops in the run to Christmas. 568 more words

Football

Not so keen on Keane

Roy Keane, the player, the manager, the assistant manager and all round head case. With his new book out, extracts are been banded around the internet so much, you probably won’t need to purchase it. 541 more words

Football

Why this week is the most important of Aston Villa's season so far

Think international breaks are dull? Not at Aston Villa they’re not.

Whenever England gather to try and repair their battered reputation on the world stage, Paul Lambert uses the gap between Premier League matches as a bit of breathing space to try and revive his own flagging side. 524 more words

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