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Martin O'Neill

Premier League Aston Villa
by Sky4 Pundit (U13375590) 03 April 2010
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He is still the man for the job and I never doubted him for a minute. Fantastic job of getting the lads up for the match after total embarrassment last weekend. A team with a weaker manager would have simply crumbled in these circumstances.

Yes he makes some strange desicions, is a bit dodgy with substitutions and has signed a few duds but his man management skills are top notch. He has dragged us from being a relegation threatened side to a consistent top 6 side in 4 years. If we do finish in seventh, it wont be because we have gone backwards, it will be because other sides around us are moving forward quickly.

If he decides to go at the end of the season then good luck to him, but I really hope he stays to finish the job he has started.


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posted Apr 3, 2010

I would have liked him to bring on Delfouneso instead of Heskey today..Rather see a player of the future get chances,over a player heading for the exit.
Saying that,I was pleased with todays performance.It was nice to see us playing some nice football,passing it around..The build up to Young's goal was some fine team work and movement.Lets hope MON can build on that for the remaining games..4th could well be in reach, as Man City have to play Man United, Arsenal and us.

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posted Apr 3, 2010

Well said!

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posted Apr 3, 2010

Great article. Never doubted him. Please stay, Martin. You are a genius!

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posted Apr 3, 2010

here here. to bounce back like that is a tough task, something only the manager can inspire. when people talk about hughes & mcclaren etc as a successor because we had a poor run and a bad bad game i cant help but laugh, they're not comparable.

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