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Tag Archives: Aston Villa

The Importance Of A Defensive Midfielder

Posted on by Daniel Craggs

When watching Manchester City’s fantastic 4-2 Victory away to league leaders Chelsea, one thing was paramount in that game and it wasn’t Wayne Bridge V John Terry,  Two red cards, Manchester City’s flowing football, Shay Given’s commanding goal keeping or Roberto Mancini’s … Continue reading

Is This Aston Villa Song the Worst Football Song Ever Recorded?

Posted on by Dave Warner

There are many English football fans who like World In Motion, New Order’s 1990 World Cup song. I am not one of those people, but I don’t think the song is an sort of embarrassment to that group. Compared to … Continue reading

Top 5 Aston Villa Players of the Last Decade

Posted on by David Schiavone

Aston Villa are riding high under the tutelage of Martin O’Neill, a good crop of young English player have established the club in the higher echelons of the Premier League, but the last ten years has seen a number of … Continue reading

Football Footage From 1901-1905 Including First Film Of Man United

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s incredible to think that this following collection of vintage videos, which were shot over 100 years ago at football grounds across England, would be added to YouTube and we’d be viewing on a computer via this thing called the … Continue reading

Tuesday Night Premier League Roundup

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When soccer purists criticize the Premier League, they often mention Bolton Wanderers and Hull City as two teams that send them into a comatose state. They conjure up images of a nil-nil draw with the ball played in the air … Continue reading

Arsenal 3-0 Aston Villa: Fabregas Makes a Statement, But At What Cost?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Cesc Fabregas came on as a second-half substitute to completely turn this game in Arsenal’s favor by first scoring a sublime free kick from outside the area and second, by latching on to an exquisite Theo Walcott pass to secure … Continue reading

Which Club Outside the Big Four Can Win the Premier League?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you blinked, you may have missed it. But in Tuesday’s Daily Telegraph, Manchester United captain Gary Neville said he believed that an outsider could win the Premier League. “I think the Premier League is getting stronger, with teams like … Continue reading

Holiday Greetings From Premier League Clubs

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s that time of the year when not only your friends or family send holiday cards, but so do your favorite Premier League clubs. I subscribe to lists for most of the Premier League clubs so I can stay on … Continue reading

Richard Dunne Shows Manchester City What They Need

Posted on by Paul Bestall

During the takeover of Manchester City last summer, City’s Chief Executive, Gary Cook made several rather tasteless comments but one stood out above all the others for me. During an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Cook was outlining City’s plan … Continue reading

Aston Villa Defeat Man United On A Spectacular Day in the Premier League

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There have been very few if any boring Premier League weekends so far this season, and this Saturday was another example of why this is one of the most entertaining leagues in the world. Here are my observations from the … Continue reading

Poll: Which EPL Team Do You Least Look Forward To Watching On TV?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Okay, admit it. Even though you thoroughly enjoy watching the Premier League, especially your favorite team each week, there are often times when you’re not too bothered about missing a match on television featuring teams that either don’t excite you … Continue reading

Legends Of English Football: #10 Ted Drake

Posted on by Paul Bestall

In the annals of Arsenal’s history, one name conjures images of a bygone era, baggy shorts and a dead eye for goal. In the record books, his name still stands alone for the most goals scored in one season, with … Continue reading

Lethargic and Disjointed But Liverpool Can’t Panic

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The unfortunate downside of modern technology means that any armchair fan can now comment on any team without actually seeing the game. As I type this, I’m listening to Radio 5 and Liverpool “fans” are calling for the head of … Continue reading

Why Does No-One Love Peter Crouch?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

How is it that an international striker with 16 goals in 34 games for his country and a Premiership strike rate of one goal in under every 3 games simply keeps being moved on? Now I could understand it if … Continue reading

Gareth Barry Proves He’s A Hypocrite

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When we had to put up with the on/off Gareth Barry transfer saga all last season, one of the key facts throughout the drama was that Barry wanted to play Champions League football. It was a purely football based decision … Continue reading

What Next For Michael Owen?

Posted on by Michael Timbury

With Newcastle teetering over the relegation trap door, skipper Michael Owen will lead a mass exodus at the club, should they fall through it into the Championship on Sunday. With Owen out of contract it is likely that he will … Continue reading

Time For The Other Big Four To Step Up Next Season

Posted on by Paul Bestall

With another season drawing to a close and the usual suspects in their normal places in the top four, isn’t it about time that the second level of teams finally pushed up to join them? With Everton once again in … Continue reading