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  1. saddened
    saddened December 18, 2015 at 11:40 am . Reply

    I think it was game over four seasons ago – we just escaped because teams below us were even worse than we were… We have rode our luck too long and now it will bite us severely on the arse… I cannot see where our next win could come from and expect us to beat Derbys woeful points tally..

    Thanks Randy lets hope this hurts your precious wallet as much as it hurts the fans !

  2. Bill Pearson
    Bill Pearson December 18, 2015 at 12:31 pm . Reply

    True Saddened its over, now this game will tell me if Garde is in control and the players start to show him that there willingness is there. It’s so sad to know that this was the out come of Lerners stupid idea’s in cheap footballers. I’m gutted about it all seeing this coming and he didn’t.

  3. Stubbs
    Stubbs December 18, 2015 at 12:49 pm . Reply

    I have a feeling we are going to take 9 points from our next 4 games which will begin tomorrow with a victory at Newcastle. However I am also predicting that after Sunderland away, which we will also win, our players and fans alike will think we are champions league material and we will come crashing back down to earth.

    Villa have always, since I can remember anyway, had a tendency to do the hard work then hit a wall and not move forward.

    I also think after victory at Sunderland Lerner will stop Garde signing players stating previous results prove we have enough to stay up, which will be another nail in the coffin of doomedness.

    Whatever happens at Newcastle and indeed over Christmas It won’t matter, the club is on it’s arse and spending in January will not make any difference what-so-ever.

    I’m sure Tom Fox and Randy Lerner have already budgeted for life in the lower leagues. In fact I bet Lerner has already added the parachute payment onto his bank statement whilst rubbing his hands together and wishing his fellow yank friends a happy and peaceful Christmas.

    Newcastle 1 Villa 3.

    1. OohAhPaulMcGrath
      OohAhPaulMcGrath December 19, 2015 at 2:00 pm . Reply

      In our next 5 games we need 10 or more points we have to average 2 or more points a game now

    DO YOU WANT TO BET AGAINST US? December 18, 2015 at 1:00 pm . Reply

    Talksport have Newcastle to beat us as their banker of the weekend, we haven’t beat them in 6 at St James and Newcastle are on the up and given our form (or lack of it) that’s hard to go against.
    As much as it pains can’t see past a right drubbing 3/4 – 0.

    GIDDYVILLAN December 18, 2015 at 1:35 pm . Reply

    It depends if the barcodes turn up for this one,hopefully their all Christmas shopping.could go either way if it goes their way I can see us conceding bigstyle.looking like a prick I’m going 0-1 VILLA.

      DO YOU WANT TO BET AGAINST US? December 18, 2015 at 1:54 pm . Reply

      The odds are 9/1 on 0-1 Giddy but if I’m honest mate I can’t see us turning it around.
      We were so piss poor against Arsenal and while it has to be appreciated Newcastle aren’t Arsenal we don’t appear to grasp the basics of the game but who knows perhaps Remy’s had enough time with the squad at BDH and his methods are starting to sink in and the penny will drop and then just maybe it could be the start of a revival (well fingers crossed).

      1. Bill Pearson
        Bill Pearson December 18, 2015 at 2:22 pm . Reply

        Hence my comments, (Do you Want,) this will tell us if he’s the man, Garde made innuendo that some players are running with low beliefs in themselves. Newcastle game is a must win, other than that, the end.

          DO YOU WANT TO BET AGAINST US? December 18, 2015 at 3:09 pm . Reply

          “Cometh the hour, cometh the man.” We’ll know by 19.00 Saturday evening for tomorrow’s shit or bust.

    GIDDYVILLAN December 18, 2015 at 2:14 pm . Reply

    MATE my theory on this one is I didn’t expect Newcastle to get a single point from their last 2 games but managed 6,so their favourites in this one & might slip up.it is that time of the year that miracles can happen can’t they??

  7. Dave.C
    Dave.C December 18, 2015 at 3:12 pm . Reply

    We’re breaking records left, right and centre this season, longest ever run without a league win, and after the defeat v Arsenal, longest we’ve ever gone without a home win, breaking a record that lasted 94 years! Makes you proud!! Maybe it’s time we broke another record, the first team to stay in the prem after compiling just 6 points after 16 games. The fight back starts this weekend!!

  8. Hitchens 60
    Hitchens 60 December 18, 2015 at 3:27 pm . Reply

    I take my hat off to you guys. We are without doubt the worst team ever to grace (probably not the right word) the PL and yet some of you retain a hope that suddenly the nightmare will end. I’m afraid there isn’t a hope in hell if that happening. I predict that after Christmas the bookies will suspend betting (on us being relegated) and pay out all bets made. The ultimate humiliation!

      DO YOU WANT TO BET AGAINST US? December 18, 2015 at 3:52 pm . Reply

      Things must be dire when the bookies are offering odds on us failing to surpass Derby’s miserable haul of 2007/8, sad times.

      1. saddened
        saddened December 18, 2015 at 5:45 pm . Reply

        Derby got the worst points tally ever at 11 points, I can’t see us getting another 5 points this season….. and Tom Fox is telling us fans, the table position is not everything, as shirts and merchandise sales are up…..What an absolute joke of a club.
        We will be relegated and the sooner its confirmed the better, as it will put us all out of our misery!

    GIDDYVILLAN December 18, 2015 at 6:36 pm . Reply

    It’ll just be yet another unwanted record broken just add to the already lengthy list,this club’s clearly going places.

  10. VTID
    VTID December 18, 2015 at 6:50 pm . Reply

    Yes Giddy but at least the shirt sales will be record number

      GIDDYVILLAN December 18, 2015 at 7:38 pm . Reply

      LOL well that’s a plus FUCK the football side of things stick to merchandising.

  11. VTID
    VTID December 18, 2015 at 6:59 pm . Reply

    OK take all the emotion out, and my thoughts are. We are definatly relegated no mater if we win the next 6 games on the bounce, we can sustain the ratio of winning and drawing enough to be lifted above another two teams.

    The worry has to be how we prepare for the next / lower level, and if the club can and have the ability to re-build, or do we just go into demise.

    My fear is it could take 20-30 years to get back the lost passion of our great club, and all because of business failure, and the lack of enthusiasm from rich kids playing a sport for money, we supporters give to the lost cause.

    Anyway let’s hope we see some winning games next season so we can have something to smile about.

    Villa Till I Die

    1. saddened
      saddened December 19, 2015 at 4:22 am . Reply

      problem is VTID, the club tell us we have been ‘rebuilding’ for the last 4 years and look where that has got us…

  12. Bum Bum
    Bum Bum December 18, 2015 at 9:14 pm . Reply

    Haven’t we got the joint worst winless streak record along with York..

  13. andrew1
    andrew1 December 18, 2015 at 9:16 pm . Reply

    were down regardless and most of us have accepted that.
    newcastle have just won 2 on the bounce sitting back and hitting on the break. but i can see them coming out flying at us and if they score early it will be a drubbing.
    what i dread is how the media are gonna love it. we all remember sending the toon down at villa park and laughing at shearer. there gonna give it to us ten fold

  14. badger123
    badger123 December 19, 2015 at 2:07 am . Reply

    Newcastle will be at full confidence after their recent results, while we have a totally gutless bunch of players who have no fight in them.
    Hence I don’t believe we have any right to expect anything at Newcastle, as poor as I think they are.

    That said, I don’t think we’ll end up with 11 points either.
    We will scratch out a couple of wins, although I can’t see where they’re coming from, so at least won’t have that sad record.

    I do feel there’s more than a touch of karma with this particular game though and I had a sneaky feeling at the time, that with this being footy, our gloating at relegating Newcastle might come to bite us on the arse one day.

    Has anyone else noticed who we play in our second last game?
    Yep, Newcastle at home.
    That’s when we’re going to get the real stick 🙁

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