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Could we be about to see a familiar face in the dugout?

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Villa’s Chief Executive Keith Wyness has just announced that prior to Villa appointing Steve Bruce as our new manager last October, the Villa board had drawn up a list of ten possible candidates to succeed Roberto Di Matteo, and apparently former manager Paul Lambert was close to the top of that list. 570 more words

Aston Villa

2016/17: PLAYER-BY-PLAYER RATINGS: PART ONE

Mediocrity unparalleled since The Kings of Leon’s second album

Carl Ikeme

Appearances: 31 (0)

Goals: 0

Now into his early 30s, you would think Ikeme should be approaching his theoretical peak as a goalkeeper. 3,617 more words

Wolves

REACTION: WOLVES 1-0 ROTHERHAM UNITED

Bleaker than a Ken Loach film

On the face of it, if a week ago you’d offered me two clean sheets and four points from our next two games, I’d have snapped your hand off. 1,415 more words

Wolves

REACTION: LIVERPOOL 1-2 WOLVES

Quite simply one of the best performances we’ve pulled off in decades

Remember how we played at the back end of November in Paul Lambert’s first home game against Sheffield Wednesday… 1,721 more words

Wolves

Out at home: Wolves oust young Liverpool from FA Cup (video)

For 45 minutes, Wolverhampton played the role of Liverpool at Anfield.

Wolves took advantage of a weakened Reds side on Saturday to walk away with a 2-1 win and a fifth round berth in the 2016-17 FA Cup. 193 more words

Premier League

SkyBet Championship: Tony Harrington to referee Wolves v Aston Villa

The referee has been announced for Saturday’s SkyBet Championship clash between Wolves and Aston Villa.

Tony Harrington will take charge of the evening kick-off at Molineux, which will be televised live on Sky Sports (KO 17:30 GMT). 281 more words

Football

Classic Kits: What We Love About Them

Nostalgia is something I love to revel in when it comes to football.  A quick glance through my blog archive proves as much.  Whether it’s reminiscing about the football heyday of the 1990s or focusing on a particularly historic team or player, there’s something about looking back through rose-tinted glasses at times gone by that makes me love the game all the more. 1,106 more words

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