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  1. domingo January 10, 2015 at 5:16 pm . Reply

    talkshit called us woeful i call it embarrassing. this is looking like the season we will get relegated and the only brightside is the fecking yank will lose a fortune. feck him and feck his little scottish yes man !

  2. KentNielsen77 January 10, 2015 at 5:16 pm . Reply

    Any other manager would get a better tune out of those players. They are not world beaters by any means, but Lambert hasn’t got a clue. Who would would want to sign for us /him?

  3. VillaAwayInDiv3 January 10, 2015 at 5:25 pm . Reply

    Lowest scorers in 4 English and 4 Scottish leagues …and the conference as well.

    How long would it take a manager(???) to see that a big kick up field to one man marked by 3 was not a good idea……38 minutes maybe…well it will be 38 matches and still no tactical change.

    Sanchez for Richardson…JOKE
    Clarke 2nd booking……didnt do anything. (can we appeal for a shit yellow ?)
    No flair in team and non on bench.
    62% possession …62 seconds in their area.
    1 shot on target …and that was a deflection.

  4. Benno January 10, 2015 at 5:29 pm . Reply

    Another pathetic display. Well done Lambert, excellent tactics and team selection once again.

    We will be in the bottom 3 come February, we deserve to be there already.

  5. OriginalLondonLion January 10, 2015 at 5:32 pm . Reply

    The Master Tactician! The latest from the sad looking Jock in the dug out is to play a back two. Just Okore and Clark, A diagram of Hutton’s touches would show most in the opponents half and none in his own area. Cissoko with more in the opponent’s half. The one thing Lambert assessed correctly is that Leicester snatch at chances. They could have had six with composure before the shot. One rather flukey ground shot through a crowd was enough.

    I watched on the Rivo feed and the commentator said “It is hard to see what Villa game plan is supposed to be.” Something like this. Benteke and Agbonlakor both playing left sided striker and getting in each other’s way, Hutton playing right wing and right back with predictable consequences for the defence. All balls up to forwards lofted and short – enabling Leicester to pick them off. Hope for a big Leicester error that we can’t miss – it fell to Cissoko who did. Joe Cole adding to already over done cast of midfield fiddlers who couldn’t score in de Montfort Hall. (local gag). If that doesn’t work, bring on Richardson and N’zogbia.

    “We want Lambert out!” chants clearly audible.

  6. VillaAwayInDiv3 January 10, 2015 at 5:34 pm . Reply

    Yes Domingo…..EMBARRASSING.

    Andy Cole just said “how can you stay in EPL if you cant score goals”…and “no shots on target in 94 mins”…….

    Does anyone involved at VP ever watch us play or the see the comments from all the “experts”…no thought not.

    They also said its vital that Villa keep Benteke…not so ….never sees the ball in an area that could be deemed dangerous for the opposition and when a ball does come over the top to run onto he’s offside……think Bent must have coached him.

  7. Tom January 10, 2015 at 5:45 pm . Reply

    Well I think this is the turning point now.
    I have remained supportive from day one but today is the final nail in lamberts coffin for me.
    The constant statements from this squad claiming to be happy with this style of football should be ashamed. We are a complete joke and it’s just simply time to knock this on the head now.
    There is a squad there that should see a comfortable mid table finish. The substitutions are bizarre to say the least. Why not bring on bacuna ? Why not let Sanchez push up field a little as he seems to be the only player capable of creating?
    why not keep the ball on the floor? A combination of wieman and Benteke should be getting a fair amount of joy for scoring. A combination of strength, pace, finesse , work rate and outstanding talent for one.
    The defence in all fairness is strong and much more satisfactory? The midfield is simply shambolick. Sanchez is a brilliant player and the rest I really struggle to praise. We need wingers for our potentially giant world class striker.
    Yes possession is improved but there is absolutely nothi penetrative about it.
    I just have to much to say that my hands are not quit enough to type it all out.
    Simply pathetic and time is up, it’s time to freshen up and get some bloody tactics into place!!!!

  8. bencey83 January 10, 2015 at 5:48 pm . Reply

    Totally agree Tom, apart from this sentence:
    “A combination of strength, pace, finesse , work rate and outstanding talent for one” – not sure where you’ve seen that?! Were they playing for Leicester?!

    1. Tom January 10, 2015 at 5:58 pm . Reply

      No Bencey, we haven’t see that at all from them once this season. What I’m saying is they are capable of forming the almost ideal partnership.

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