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Two games to go: Here's how the Premier League relegation picture looks

With just two more matchweek’s to go in the Premier League, the relegation race rumbles on as teams as the bottom continue to launch “great escapes” all over the place. 817 more words

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Too Good To Go Down: Dreading the Finish Line with Aston Villa

So my first full season following The Villa is coming to a nail-biting conclusion, and I can wholeheartedly assure you that the results have been anything but what I expected. 1,441 more words

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Getting rid of bad 'Paul Lambert era' habits could be our downfall.

Old habits die hard, the cliché we can’t afford to relate to.

Although the cliché perfectly sums up Villa’s performance against United, trounced on in all aspects of the game, it was just like watching us under Paul Lambert. 474 more words

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Premier League Preview: Manchester United vs. Aston Villa

  • United leads all-time: 95W-39D-49L
  • Villa three clear of 18th place Burnley
  • United on four-match win streak

The last time Aston Villa met Manchester United, it was Paul Lambert who oversaw the end of the Red Devils’ seven-match win streak versus Villa in a 1-1 draw at Villa Park ( 318 more words

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Former Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert scouted 'Scottish Messi' Ryan Gauld

Paul Lambert has revealed Aston Villa came close to signing highly-rated Ryan Gauld during his two-and-a-half-years at the club.

The former Villa boss, who was sacked in February, was speaking on BBC’s… 192 more words

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Sunderland 0 - Aston Villa 4: The Cult of Tim

Is This the Real Life?

For awhile, blogging was difficult because I’d run out of new ways to talk about not scoring goals and not winning games. 1,328 more words

Aston Villa

The Good, Bad and Ugly of the week Paul Lambert was finally sacked

Written for My Old Man Said and published there on 12/02/15

http://www.myoldmansaid.com/good-bad-ugly-paul-lambert-sacked-double-defeat/

Two differing performances, the same inevitable result. Villa’s slide continued with defeats to runaway league leaders Chelsea and a poor Hull City side. 1,489 more words

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