So here we go. Hold tight on the upper deck.
Aston Villa’s form has been rotten for some time. A quagmire of losses and draws that have had their support almost too despondent to even rustle up a McLeish out campaign of much conviction. They odds are they won’t get relegated, but this by default. Thankfully for villans, there is some 24ct. rubbish beneath them.
I’ve ruminated and cogitated over what to do about Danny Rose. My decision was to drop him and draft in Half Nelsen. I don’t rate either but based upon Danny’s last two showings Nelsen edges it by a clean 5 IQ points.
My guess is Arry will look at the threat of Agbonlasnore, Insomnia plus The Wardrobe On Wheels that is Heskey and he’ll risk running Rose out again.
The wisdom of us loaning out players either being contractually unable or disinterested in retrieving them is likely to cost us. Kyle Walker is taking an injection so that he might play with a broken toe. Classy.
Did anyone catch the presser from Arry today?
‘I’m pleased and privileged to be at a club like, managing one of the top clubs in the country, & one of the top clubs in Europe. *beep beep – caution – vehicle reversing*
He’s something else that boy, eh? On his way out the THFC restaurant without paying it was all, the service is lousy and the food was off. Well, traditionally mid-table… now he’s stuck with us, we’re the cream. It would be funny if it were anyone else’s club.
If I’m being mean, name me one other manager who comes out with silage like this? Even Ian Holloway, yes even Holloway doesn’t enrage his own fans.
Our performance against Bolton was inspiring. No two ways about it.
Sandro The Beast must play again. I’d love Ade to add to his already respectable tally. All this and much , much more await us on this, the Aston Villa Wheel of Fortune…
Eye catcher bets courtesy of Boylesports include a 0-4 win at 28/1. Eunice as Anytime Goalscorer is 11/2. Spurs to be 0-2 up at Half Time, to win 0-3 Full Time is worth a ponder at 50/1 and that one is my bet.