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SVU #34, Spy Girl: These People Aren't Exactly Giving James Bond a Run for His Money

Summary: You may recall that in the previous book, Nick finally agreed to let Jessica partner with him for a case. He needs a woman to accompany him to the country club where everyone’s been hanging out, so he tells Jess to get ready to go undercover. 1,023 more words

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Villa’s Swan Dive and Tactics Tim

Written for My Old Man Said and published there on 23/3/15

http://www.myoldmansaid.com/tactics-tim-sherwood-good-bad-ugly/

After Villa’s stunning four-goal first-half blitz at the Stadium of Light last weekend, there was cautious optimism for the visit of Swansea to Villa Park on Saturday. 1,291 more words

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SVU #33, Out of the Picture: You'll Find Me in Da (Country) Club

Summary: For this book, we have to pretend that the previous four never happened, and that it’s only been a few days since Gin-Yung died… 1,217 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

Relegation Rat Race

With just ten games to go in the Premier League, I look at which teams are trying to avoid the drop, change in form and remaining fixtures that could have a massive percussion for next seasons playing stature. 1,374 more words

Match Preview: Sunderland V Aston Villa

Aston Villa travel North East to the Stadium Of Light on Saturday, full of confidence after back to back wins against rivals West Bromwich Albion in the space of a week. 557 more words

Aston Villa

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Villa's FA Cup quarter-final win over West Bromwich Albion

Written for My Old Man Said and published there on 10/3/15

http://www.myoldmansaid.com/good-bad-ugly-aston-villa-wembley-2015-baggies-double/

A second win in the space of five days over local rivals who had previously lost just once under Tony Pulis was a superb way to keep the momentum rolling under Tim Sherwood after Tuesday night’s late drama. 1,541 more words

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