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23 Oct 2018 12:40:23
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20 Oct 2018 21:02:52
Perfect result today. Pleased for Deano. He should be pleased with the game overall. Performance was 7/10 which is an improvement. McGinn! What can you say? Brilliant performance. 9/10.
Atmosphere was ok. 6/10. I guess we're still carrying a bit of the Bruce era around with us.
Difficult away games coming up. UTV!

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21 Oct 2018 08:15:54
Good result yesterday from what I saw in the highlights. I'm not going to trust Smith 100 % quite yet. But he seems to be the right man for Villa in ages and if he continues firing up the squad, then there is hope for us.

By the way, he presented the right tactics and formations. Up the Villa!

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21 Oct 2018 11:41:52
Hnchmch, we are here again, one game and you don’t trust him 100%, why say that.
Then you say he seems the right man for Villa, blimey we have to be the most cynical fans in the country.
This guy is Villa through and through, give him some credit, and trust.
I would like to know your reasons for not trusting him, what has he done wrong, has he offended you, has he told any lies, has he slated anyone, are his training methods out of date, please tell me.

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21 Oct 2018 13:30:17
Deano did what was needed we won the game!
Why do fans criticise after 1 game is behond me
Get behind the man for f**k sake.

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21 Oct 2018 17:43:35
Just a little point - Chelsea v Manchester United attendance 40,000 ( just over ) Aston Villa v Swansea 41,000 (just over) . Brilliant work Villa fans 😊😊.

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22 Oct 2018 01:22:34
We have got the best fans, we could pack out 50thou if our ground was that and once were back in prem.

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22 Oct 2018 14:22:34
No, Villadave. The only reason that I didn't trust him completely was that he has managed one win at home against Swansea so far. I mean, that not hard to accomplish. I'm not being negative, I'm just being realistic. I do want Smith to succeed, of course. And if he manages to create more victories and qualify Aston Villa to the Premier League, then we must definitely keep him. For the rest of his career! Several managers who have come in since Martin O'Neill left have not been successful. I just don't want to see that again with Smith, that's all.

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22 Oct 2018 15:08:07
Have faith Hnchmchl85 everything will be fine.
Thank you for your reply.

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15 Oct 2018 17:15:17
Just watched Dean Smith and Purslow interview on sky sports, they both said exactly what you would expect, however Purslow was very specific that money will be available in January once the current squad was assessed. Says a couple of things, we have to be patient until Smith can bring players in to suit his style and secondly our owners mean business. All of which bodes well for the future. Let's lift the roof off Saturday and make Villa Park the fortress it once was.

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15 Oct 2018 18:02:08
It will be very interesting to see who smith will want to sign. Expect him to try and bring in Ollie Watkins and also the young Welsh centre back. I agree let's make villa park bounce on Saturday UTV.

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15 Oct 2018 19:23:51
Buzzing already. Can't wait for Saturday. Start to finish, let's get behind the team and club.

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15 Oct 2018 21:12:29
Same as well and we are not in ffp anymore as well the owners paid the fine so happy days, It's going to a long ride but an enjoyable 1 now utv.

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16 Oct 2018 07:43:41
Very impressed with Smith and purslow in press conference.
Good news about this ffp being not a problem now, .
Just hope the fans give this man time to implement his playing style on the club.
It's not going to happen overnight,
I am a more optimistic fan than previous years because finally we have a proper footballing manager to take us forward.

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12 Oct 2018 15:30:16
Anyone hear what Dwight Yorke said he reckons it's because he's black he's not getting jobs what a load of bull I'm a Blackman myself and I hate it when people use the colour card, It's simple Yorke put the work in and start at the bottom like every1 else well 90 percent anyway, colour has nothing to do with him not getting the job, it really annoyed me that did.

{Ed002's Note - It remains rather sad that anyone in this day and age is throwing out racism as anything more than a minor issue. Years ago it was - Clyde Best fought against it for years and settled on a career in the United States where the events of the 60s had addressed much of the issues there had been historically. Millwall and their fans were constantly accused but much of that dated back to the late 1950s and early 1960s where folks from the West Indies were arriving by boat and supposedly taking jobs away from the honkies - whereas in reality they took on many of the jobs the honkies didn't want. To a minor extent it remains - ask Danny BAker about his grandfather. Everton were a side accused of racism because they were no more than one of the last teams to integrate black players in to the side. The National Front organised a protest at Chelsea when the very likeable Paul Canoville became the first black (as far as I recall) to play for the club and it took Chelsea chairman Ken Bates to be persuaded there was an issue before acting. We have seen the likes of Luis Suarez racially abuse Patrice Evra during a game and both Sol Capbell & Micah Richards being abused in the extreme by players, social media and the like. We have seen a brain dead ex-Aston Villa manager call Marcel Desailly a "fucking thick lazy nigger" whilst commentating on a game for ITV. More recently, within the past year, we have seen a particularly ignorant Premier League club owner make a racist comment about an ex-player. But, I am not aware of people really being discriminated for coaching roles or other positions by clubs because of their colour in recent years. There may not be a hit on the white/no-white ratio in coaching that aligns with the poplulation nor even people playing the game - but there is not the interest in coaching from that side of the community. Issue wise it has greatly improved, but not fixed just yet.}

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12 Oct 2018 22:13:14
Villa4eva totally agree “for once lol” it really annoys me not just football but all walks of life it does not matter who you are or where you have come from if you have the talent that correct attitude and commitment and a never give in attitude even when you get knocked down you’ll succeed.
As for Dwight Yorke who does he think he is, I can’t speak for other Villa fans but I can’t stand the bloke, when he left us for Man Utd I understood why he wanted to go but my issue is the way he went and what he said when the deal was finally pushed through, he showed the club and fans that had made him what he was total disrespect and to top it if he loved Villa so much why did he go and play for the blues.
Dwight Yorke is not a Villa legend and any affiliation he had with the club and fans he destroyed for the reasons above.

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14 Oct 2018 08:03:08
Dwight Yorke only seems to get his name mentioned for a management role when Villa have a vacancy. It's as though he thinks he is the biggest player to have ever played for the club and that we still owe him a living. He throws out the fact that he was a legend each time saying the fans love him and still hold that special bond towards him. Personally I lost all respect for the guy in a Villa loyalty sense when he demanded a move to Man Utd by saying that if we didn't sell him then he would wind his contract down and leave on a free. I agree with Vill4eva get a job at the bottom and work your way through to a top job if you are any good as there is no free ride for you at our club.

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11 Oct 2018 10:48:13
Just read the sad sad news of Doug Ellis passing. Whilst he had a good innings it is still sad and puts things in perspective. He did a lot of good l for our club and was claret and blue to the core. We need to remember him for all the good things he did. The timing of his death had nothing to do with football however I hope he was happy with our new manager and died a happy man, we all know he cared. RIP Doug you were a good man to AVFC.

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11 Oct 2018 11:54:00
RIP Doug Ellis. He was Mr Aston Villa for a generation. Wasn't always popular but was Villa through thick and thin.

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11 Oct 2018 12:41:34
RIP Doug however you did rip apart our European winning team.

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11 Oct 2018 13:17:01
Held us back with his lack of foresite. a businessman through and through. but. unfortunately, not as intelligent as he thought he was!

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11 Oct 2018 14:51:21
RESPECT!

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11 Oct 2018 18:25:00
Hi VillaWizard Villa were never near bankruptcy unlike the last 2 owners Lerner and the good Dr.
Also to question his intelligence when he isn't around to answer you shows your lack of intelligence.

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11 Oct 2018 23:35:35
VillaWizard. Not big or clever. Deadly was Villa through and through. A legend and worthy of a statue to commemorate his life.

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12 Oct 2018 00:06:48
Who mentioned bankruptcy?

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12 Oct 2018 12:12:31
Villa wizard didn’t you mammy tell you not to speak ill of the dead?

He was a business man, he did what he felt was right! You ever made a mistake in your life Fella!

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12 Oct 2018 14:17:44
villa wizzard you're posting trash, let the man rest in peace, nobody likes a whinger.

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11 Oct 2018 09:28:19
Is Smith going to have his choice of new players or is he just a coach?

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11 Oct 2018 10:03:09
Head coach. This Jesus guy will be in charge of players. I'd say Smith will have a input though.

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11 Oct 2018 09:17:20
Strange comment from Dr xia on Twitter,
Saying Terry will be a great manager but no mention of Dean Smith?
Not his choice I think!

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12 Oct 2018 14:19:18
the doctor said a lot of odd things, i don't he's as bright as we're led to believe.

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11 Oct 2018 08:28:09
Can not believe the bull the pundits on radio saying Smith is the wrong appointment and should have been moyes or big Sam?
They do like to stick together these so-called experts,
I'm well happy that's all that matters to me,

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11 Oct 2018 10:22:31
Moyes, Pardew, Allardyce. They are all too similar to Bruce and that didn't work for Villa. It might work at another club but we need something fresh and this is it.

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12 Oct 2018 14:20:48
moyes, allardyce none have won a single trophy, they aren't good enough to be managers of villa.

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11 Oct 2018 00:30:02
At last, a management team with an affinity to the club . One ex captain and the other lifelong supporter. All we need now is a system, that the players can all buy into . A system that they all understand and that can start driving us forwards again . Just a shame JT, gave up his players registration, we could do with him playing .
At least all the speculation, is over &done with and we know where we stand . Personly I believe, it's a management team with great potential.
So all that's left is for us to show our support and get behind them .
Onwards and Upwards Villaforever.

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11 Oct 2018 07:36:19
Absolutely, get behind the manager and players. Let’s hope he can get the best out of Hogan, he deserves a chance.

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12 Oct 2018 14:21:54
hoping the swansea match is a sell out, let's get the place bouncing.

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10 Oct 2018 22:55:01
Fantastic appointment, great to have JT back - Now let's get our defence sorted and kick on, we will certainly score bucket loada under Smith - Kodjia, Tammy and a rejuvenated Hogan, watch out Championship!

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12 Oct 2018 14:22:52
my fingers have been crossed for decades i think they're stuck like it!

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10 Oct 2018 22:20:15
At last the saga is over.

Whether you wanted smith as manager or not it's now time to get behind him and terry and get our great club climbing up the table.

I for one think he will do a great job playing football the right way.

Good chance we might see the best out of hogan like in his Brentford days.

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