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@206Of course he won't cope. He's just a bog standard Scottisher who runs about a lot and fouls wherever possible. Like all his countrymen, he's simply not good enough to play on this league of ours.
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Oh well I suppose they'll litter up the bottom end of the Premiership like they've done for years previously. What is the point of Aston Villa - great history (practically in the Stone Age) but no future whatsoever.
205. Of course he doesn't. And Mings doesn't stamp on heads either I guess :-)
Great to see the "Red Dogs" joining in the conversation "JonRed4Ever" - While we were at Football HQ, you were at B&Q. Come on buddy, admit it - You're another one of those closet sheep who doesn't want to lose face with your one mate, and he doesn't really like you.I guess it still gripes you that Brian Clough said Derby was a proper football city.
Aston Villa fans attack the Derby bus throwing bottles and bricks smashing the bus windows and terrifying innocent fans young and old, the only way to punish these idiotic fans is for the FA to deduct 2 goals from the result thus promoting Derby at the expense of the Aston Villa and their fans.
If any teams, apart from Aston Villa, deserved to go up then Leeds and WBA finished higher. The play-offs are for squeezing as much cash as possible from the fans (and TV companies)Statements of how they will fail, if based on wishful thinking, are futile, if not then a visit to the local bookie to receive a return at the end of the season might be in order.I'll keep my cash in my pocket.
Was rooting for either Villa or Leeds, please for AVFC and especially the manager. As for sooper Frank for Chelsea-better bet than OGS? He took Derby to exactly where they were last year. Mind you Pep takes and title winning teams and eeerrr well wins the title
Not sure why so much hate is directed towards Villa - a founding member of the football league, a great and unique stadium, large fanbase, a fantastic coach in Dean Smith who has worked his way up from managing the Walsall youth team. Nothing against clubs like Watford, Bournemouth, Burnley etc but the PL is a stronger league with Villa (and likewise the likes of Leeds, both Sheffield clubs, etc)
@202: I worry about McGinn in the PL, I really do. Rightly got Player of the Year this year, but he might be a bit tasty for the PL. A few of his yellows this year would've been reds in the PL, so it depends how he adapts and if he can keep his agressive edge, but know when to ease off. I really hope he does as I like watching him as much as Grealish.
199. But he doesn’t dive though. If he did it as much as everyone on the bandwagon says then referees would be on the lookout for it. Yet no yellow cards for this alleged diving.Now I n the other hand we’ve had a championship (promotion winning) manager come out on TV and admit he’s told his players to go out and foul Grealish.It is what it is. If you can’t beat em, kick em.
Villa's aim for next season 40 points. it will be just like the old days for them, year after year of contributing nothing to the Premiership.
Stoke City's squad were the highest valued in the Championship followed by Villa. Stoke employed three poor Mangers on the trot when they could have had Graham Potter. He is now in the Premier League and Stoke are not. Having non football people running a club is foolhardy to say the least, look at Man Utd. Good luck to Villa as their late run proved to be decisive. Neil Warnock for Prime Minister
Villa fans... How will McGinn cope with the step up? And good luck next season...
@195 - a club which has been relegated just once in 30 years is a yo-yo club? Keep taking the tablets, my friend.
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