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Jordan Amavi

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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by kimbo on Wed Jul 22, 2015 6:13 pm

@Villa_Dan wrote:I hadn't heard of Amavi because I don't particularly care to follow Ligue 1, I like him because everything I've seen or heard points to a top quality player. But he has to translate his form in France to the EPL to fulfill that.

And thanks for reminding me of Jlloyd. God he was bad. Him and Useless De la Cruz
He had one good season, DOL's first. I'd still take him over our last 4 LB's. (Not *now*, he's much older and stuff, you know what I mean!)
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by Villa_Dan on Wed Jul 22, 2015 6:56 pm

He's playing in Iran now!
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by kimbo on Wed Jul 22, 2015 7:57 pm

Blimey. I'd still have him over Luna 
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by avfc forever on Mon Jul 27, 2015 9:17 pm

Welcome to Villa Park Jordan.
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by Trotters on Thu Aug 20, 2015 10:06 am

LINKY THINGY


Gabriel Agbonlahor: Jordan Amavi is a “complete” left-back.

By Harrison Mead



Aston Villa forward Gabriel Agbonlahor has been talking up his club’s new signing Jordan Amavi, stating that he “is the name on everybody’s lips”, per the Villans’ official website.

The 21-year-old joined the Midlands club earlier this summer in a £7 million deal from Ligue 1 side Nice (fee via BBC Sport).


Jordan Amavi has won 78% of his attempted tackles so far this season.

The defender is a Under-21 France international and had already made over 50 appearances for his former club since joining in 2010.

Ray Wilkins: Aston Villa deserve same status as Man Utd

Amavi joins a number of other players as the new faces around Villa Park this season including midfielders Idrissa Gueye and Jordan Veretout, defender Micah Richards and forwards Rudy Gestede and Jordan Ayew.

He made his competitive debut for the Birmingham-based club in their 1-0 victory over Premier League new boys Bournemouth, thanks to a late goal from fellow new signing Gestede.

Agbonlahor stated: “Jordan Amavi’s name is on everyone’s lips at the moment.

“He has been superb in training – and I think he did very well in the games against Bournemouth and Man Utd. For me he is one of the best players in the team already.

“He loves attacking and getting down that flank – with good pace. He is strong, brave, both footed – and he can defend very well as well. For me, he is a complete left-back. And he will only get better.

“Like the other lads, he’s only been here for a few weeks – and it takes time to get fully up to speed with the Premier League.

“He’s made a very impressive start – one that’s really stood out to me – and I think he will only improve given time in this division.”



The Frenchman impressed for Nice last term. He registered the fourth-highest number of chances created in the squad with 32 and the most of any defender, with the second-placed Grégoire Puel only having laid on nine.

In addition, he scored four goals and was successful in 49% of his tackles. However, he had the joint worst discipline record of any of his team-mates picking up 11 yellow cards last season.


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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by 4BetLite on Thu Aug 20, 2015 10:27 am

Yep he's top class for sure, well done scouts!

Its shows where Bacuna needs work at RB, hopefully they can coach it into him as it will tell over 38 games. I still think a specialist RB needed and keep Bacuna as midfield cover.
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by Villa_Dan on Thu Aug 20, 2015 10:34 am

Nice to see Amavi can't be compared to Tonev et al any more...
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by avfc forever on Fri Aug 21, 2015 3:12 pm

If he continues to perform like he is doing he will only get better I really like him he's done good so far.
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by FoxyAV on Thu Sep 03, 2015 3:16 pm

Not only does he seem to enjoy playing for Villa:

https://twitter.com/JordanAmavi/status/639420034616528896
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by Trotters on Fri Sep 04, 2015 3:53 am

It's a simple gesture that costs nowt but means the world. Fair play!
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by Villa_Dan on Thu Nov 12, 2015 7:50 pm

Amavi stretchered off playing for France. Really serious LOOKING knee injury. No details yet

Fuck.
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by féliré on Thu Nov 12, 2015 7:55 pm

He's got injured to his knee with U21 french team. It seems serious, french medias talk about patella.

Neutral

Who could play left back if Amavi was out for 6 months ? Clark ?
I'm fed up with Richardson, he's not good enough for premier league...
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by Villa_Dan on Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:15 pm

Might want to look away if you're squeamish! That depression in his knee doesn't belong there!


Fuck! Absolutely gutted - both for that lad himself and for our chances as I really rate him. 
 
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by Joppe84 on Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:18 pm

A player on my local team fractured his knee into two halve this season. It's taken him 9 months to play football. amavi is done for this season minimum.
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by danclare82 on Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:50 pm

Saw another pic wheres hes not being stretched off.
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by mefromhere on Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:55 pm

If he's lucky he's "only" dislocated the kneecap and looking at months. Any ligaments involved and his season is over.

I saw the pic of him being carried off by the physios so looks like they put it back into position fairly quickly and the pain went. Still looking at a couple of days for swelling to go and then the scan will let us know the damage but I don't expect to see him again this season
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by Villa_Dan on Thu Nov 12, 2015 9:33 pm

@mefromhere wrote:If he's lucky he's "only" dislocated the kneecap and looking at months. Any ligaments involved and his season is over.

I saw the pic of him being carried off by the physios so looks like they put it back into position fairly quickly and the pain went. Still looking at a couple of days for swelling to go and then the scan will let us know the damage but I don't expect to see him again this season


I knew a lad who dislocated his knee, didn't realise at the time and tried to walk it off!!! 

I agree. That'd be a result all things considered as once it's back in it isn't too bad an injury in comparison. I believe he was helped onto a stretcher and then helped off once off the pitch. Although I haven't seen it myself on a video. 


How positively perverse to be praying it's just a dislocation!!!
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by smetro on Thu Nov 12, 2015 9:40 pm

And so it begins......did that fitness coach Duvenne ???return to the club ?..he was blamed in some quarters for the massive injury crisis during Houlliers reign...
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by mefromhere on Thu Nov 12, 2015 9:43 pm

It was definitely back in by the time he was carried down the pitch by the physio's as you could see it was in the middle of his leg again!

Fingers crossed its the best possible result for him because he's a key player and Nobody wants anybody to be injured like that.
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by De Kuip on Thu Nov 12, 2015 10:01 pm

Might as well move Sinclair back to LB - his defending is probably on a par with Amavi's
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Post by smetro on Thu Nov 12, 2015 10:19 pm

@De Kuip wrote:Might as well move Sinclair back to LB - his defending is probably on a par with Amavi's

Perhaps not the best time to discuss his abilities - and I wish him a speedy recovery. But it almost seemed he was being targeted in the latter stages of the Man City game, he was getting ripped to shreds.....
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by Villa_Dan on Thu Nov 12, 2015 11:28 pm

The pictures I've seen of him "walking" to the tunnel appear to show him bending and using it, although supported by 2 guys to stop him bearing weight on it. Fingers crossed that is a positive sign and it's a relatively simple dislocation with no ligament damage. 

Would just be our fucking luck if he's done a Bouma!
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by The Utterer on Fri Nov 13, 2015 12:20 am

You really couldn't make it up at this club could you... Finally finally a teeny glimmer of hope with a point against City and now this happens.... Unflippingbelieveable!
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by jeffvilla on Fri Nov 13, 2015 6:25 am

We get lots of luck all of it bad.
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Re: Jordan Amavi

Post by smetro on Fri Nov 13, 2015 9:24 am

@Villa_Dan wrote:The pictures I've seen of him "walking" to the tunnel appear to show him bending and using it, although supported by 2 guys to stop him bearing weight on it. Fingers crossed that is a positive sign and it's a relatively simple dislocation with no ligament damage. 

Would just be our fucking luck if he's done a Bouma!

It could you be a kneecap tracking issue - which is very minor injury.....
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