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Villa v Brentford match thread

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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Trotters on Tue Sep 13, 2016 3:34 pm

Dazzle wrote:Replace Gardner with Tshibola (if fit he has at least one working leg)....

There, I've fixed it for you.
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by jimbop on Tue Sep 13, 2016 4:59 pm

FoxyAV wrote:
jimbop wrote:have we done anything to this prick?? was he slated at villa park or sumet? he seems to have taken a big dislike to us??

Maybe Gabby tried to shag one of his daughters?

we all know he couldn't even score in a brothel mate so cant be that

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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Villa_Dan on Tue Sep 13, 2016 5:27 pm

jimbop wrote:
FoxyAV wrote:
jimbop wrote:have we done anything to this prick?? was he slated at villa park or sumet? he seems to have taken a big dislike to us??

Maybe Gabby tried to shag one of his daughters?

we all know he couldn't even score in a brothel mate so cant be that

4 kids by 4 women (2 of which he got pregnant at the same time and didn't think they'd find out...) says otherwise. Gabby only knows how to score off the pitch and with slags looser than a king-sized bedsheet on a double bed who spend more time on their knees than a nun
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Fpuppys on Tue Sep 13, 2016 6:01 pm

Going for 3-0 win, RDM must be aware the Doc is not happy, he needs a home win or things will get very ugly, not only from the fan's but the Doc and the board. If Gollini is not fit then put in Steer and keep Gardner away from westwood the two are like mixing electricity and water....Fucking shocking.
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Fpuppys on Tue Sep 13, 2016 6:54 pm

Good news the game is at least being broadcasted on the radio, BBC radio 5 live sports from 7.03pm
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by deadbuzzardalive on Tue Sep 13, 2016 7:01 pm

Really need a win, and I do think that we're going to thrash someone sooner or later, but can't underestimate Brentford. If we can somehow win the next two then the Forest result won't seem so bad in context.

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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Joppe84 on Tue Sep 13, 2016 10:10 pm

Must win. I've avoided using those words so far, but this is a must win. Just fucking win.
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by FoxyAV on Tue Sep 13, 2016 11:21 pm

Fpuppys wrote:Good news the game is at least being broadcasted on the radio, BBC radio 5 live sports from 7.03pm

Excellent, thanks! Since whoever it was who used to do the commentary (Jack Woodsomething?) has left, we don't appear to have anything other than a Twitter feed for first team or U23 matches. It would be good to have some commentary back again (or am I missing it?) and to have the U23 matches filmed.
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Trotters on Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:01 am

Gabby has FOUR kids by four different women?

Now I'd heard that Clarke left is because his wage halved due to his relegation clause and much of he rest of it went in support payments to his ex so I'm going to guess that Gabby WAS on £65k/week, now about £32k/week and after child support is taken out he's probably not making more than basic wage.

lol!

What a stupid, irresponsible fuck up he is.
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Jae1411 on Wed Sep 14, 2016 6:13 am

He definitely has more than 4 kids. I'm sure unread somewhere that there are 7 proven and another 3 or 4 yet to be proved. He had 3 kids with 3 different women in the space of a week

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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Joppe84 on Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:03 pm

I can only watch the first half today as I'm called out to some tunneling work and the night shift begins at 10 pm. Watch us play like Barcelona the second half
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Trotters on Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:05 pm

That's been the EXACT excuse gabby has used for the last 5 seasons.

"Tunnelling work".
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Trotters on Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:07 pm

Jae1411 wrote:He definitely has more than 4 kids. I'm sure unread somewhere that there are 7 proven and another 3 or 4 yet to be proved. He had 3 kids with 3 different women in the space of a week

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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Villa_Dan on Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:18 pm

Trotters wrote:
Jae1411 wrote:He definitely has more than 4 kids. I'm sure unread somewhere that there are 7 proven and another 3 or 4 yet to be proved. He had 3 kids with 3 different women in the space of a week


3 women pregnant in 7 days

Mother of 2 of his kids kicks him out after he knocks up his ex again
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Boldfinger on Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:34 pm

I am at work and seriously moaning at everyone. I think I have PMT(pre match tension)
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by DelboyVilla on Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:44 pm

Joppe84 wrote:Must win. I've avoided using those words so far, but this is a must win. Just fucking win.

No Joppe it's not too early to say must win. Our rivals are building momentum and a large points gap to us and in fact we are closer to relegation than the top half of the league. As the good Dr has indicated we need to stop the silly mistakes and ensure that we close out games sooner.

I think mostly of the current problem is the Westwood and Gardner combo which is awful. They don't either create or defend are very static and just sideways pass the ball. Looking at the Forest game I cannot think of one chance they created and Ayew was having to drop deep all the time and run at the defence (and he was very successful).

Saying that I do remember one forward pass from Gardner and remember how it was about 10 yards in distance, very poor, misplaced and led to a Forest goal! Brilliant!!

Tish and Jedi!!!

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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by 1Elliot on Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:30 pm

I'm hopefully of a 3 nil victory with Kodjia opening his account.
Maybe dependant on who is fit in midfield but our forward line looks imposing Scarf Waving
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Thinman on Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:40 pm

RDM could find himself in the firing line if we don't win tonight.

The doubters and haters are one thing but his main concern will be Dr Tony who only has a Plan A.

Lose tonight and the description 'adrift' will be used in an accurate context.
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Boldfinger on Wed Sep 14, 2016 2:00 pm

Thinman wrote:RDM could find himself in the firing line if we don't win tonight.

The doubters and haters are one thing but his main concern will be Dr Tony who only has a Plan A.

Lose tonight and the description 'adrift' will be used in an accurate context.

I disagree I think everyone knows it will take a bit of time - even DR X.
Judge RDM after 14-20 games, not 6.
There has been a massive overhaul not a ready made team with just a bit of tweaking needed.
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Villa_Dan on Wed Sep 14, 2016 2:10 pm

I've always felt we'd have until the start of October to click before getting concerned - that's gives RDM 4 more games to get things right
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by DelboyVilla on Wed Sep 14, 2016 2:18 pm

Boldfinger wrote:
Thinman wrote:RDM could find himself in the firing line if we don't win tonight.

The doubters and haters are one thing but his main concern will be Dr Tony who only has a Plan A.

Lose tonight and the description 'adrift' will be used in an accurate context.

I disagree I think everyone knows it will take a bit of time - even DR X.
Judge RDM after 14-20 games, not 6.
There has been a massive overhaul not a ready made team with just a bit of tweaking needed.

I would have agreed with you until I saw the Doc's comments after the Forest game? Patience is clearly not a virtue in his world?

What the last few games have shown is that Westwood and Gardner are not even good enough for a level down from last year! And these are our main midfielders so far! If he changes tonight to Tish and Jedi and still gets the same result I think RDM's neck will be right on the chopping block? #nomoreexcuses

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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Dazzle on Wed Sep 14, 2016 2:24 pm

Boldfinger wrote:
Thinman wrote:RDM could find himself in the firing line if we don't win tonight.

The doubters and haters are one thing but his main concern will be Dr Tony who only has a Plan A.

Lose tonight and the description 'adrift' will be used in an accurate context.

I disagree I think everyone knows it will take a bit of time - even DR X.
Judge RDM after 14-20 games, not 6.
There has been a massive overhaul not a ready made team with just a bit of tweaking needed.

14-20 games in is far too long, at that point we could be in a position where automatic promotion is totally gone, and the play-offs looking distinctly unachievable. As Dan says, around 3-4 more games maximum. Time for RDM to step up now, no more mistakes and get the team to be clinical. The emphasis this evening must be to be solid, not offer up anything to Brentford on a plate. We have the forwards to win games for us in this league.
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by Trotters on Wed Sep 14, 2016 3:01 pm

In RDM's defence, we have the "complete overhaul" excuse and he's not had his first choice XI available to him.

However, as a counter, it's a squad that he's built, all teams will suffer from not being able to use their first choice XI and whilst he can't be blamed for the strikers only putting away 2 of the 437 chances they had, he most certainly CAN be blamed for the lack of tactical awareness that ultimately cost us 2 points.

1 win in 7 is poor.
1 in 8 will be time to sharpen the axe.
Losing against Ipswich could result in Tony telling him he has one game to prove himself and that's against Newcastle.

Will we lose against Brentford AND Ipswich? I'd bloody well hope not but despite the expectations that we'll go to town on them, you wouldn't bet your house on it would you?

And even the most pro-RDM fans would have to admit that 1 in 9 is relegation form and a sackable offence.

For me, he simply has to win his next 2 games. No excuses. Win ugly or win convincingly. Doesn't matter. Just win.
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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by smetro on Wed Sep 14, 2016 3:10 pm

3-1 Win

Dr Tony has made it known he is not happy. That will provide short term impetus and give us a much needed win.

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Re: Villa v Brentford match thread

Post by gaffer85 on Wed Sep 14, 2016 6:29 pm

This is the night boys I can feel in my bones
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