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  1. Bill Pearson
    Bill Pearson September 20, 2013 at 3:52 pm . Reply

    Terry I cannot argue with that, I’m at a loss as to whether we are are harbouring a conman in the game or a brilliant tactical genius, yes tomorrow is important to all Villa fans its a day that a manger will win or lose support, so let’s see.

  2. Terry Jones
    Terry Jones September 20, 2013 at 4:48 pm . Reply

    Bill & Adam have you read today that Jores Okera injured and out for nine months.So that means we are vertualy left with the same defense as last season.So what is that going to tell the fans i know the lad is only young but it does not bode well does it as Lambert bought a pig in a poke or a player whom is going to be a sick note.Am very afraid Lambert is going to lose the fans because of his poor judgement and a loss tomorrow will only galvanize the fact that both the owner and Lambert don;t give a toss about the long suffering fans and that Lambert as an ego bigger than Villa Park.

  3. marvin
    marvin September 20, 2013 at 4:54 pm . Reply

    I agree with the above comments about potentially losing some supporters patience, although with season only beginning it is a bit silly to call these early games D-Day or a must win game. All you have to do is look at our fixture list to see that this start to the season was going to be tough, but looking to Novemeber and December the team should be flying. Personally, to judge any team on 4-5 games, let alone 10 games, is extremely foolish and short sided. 5 games don’t define at team and especially so early in the season. We all need to be patient, because like it or not, we made our bed singing for Lambert’s appointment, now we have to lie in it. There is no quick fixes with the path we’ve taken and to be honest we failed with all other alternatives.

  4. Terry Jones
    Terry Jones September 20, 2013 at 6:51 pm . Reply

    MARVIN there are other alternatives but it seems that Villa have a manager whom will or cannot change or is afraid to as it would be an admission of failure of his ability as a manager of a big club.If he does not then we fans will not have a club to support it will be come as extinct as the dodo.

    1. marvin
      marvin September 20, 2013 at 9:43 pm . Reply

      Mistake me if I am wrong, but I thought Lambert admitted this summer to making mistakes last season? Nevertheless, all I’m suggesting is that we show some restraint given we are only 4 games in. Plus when was the last time Villa started a season strong?

      Is Lambert perfect, absolutely not, but I have faith over the course of the season he will get it right. I have to, because we have all witnessed the damage a merry-go-round of managers can do.

  5. astonman
    astonman September 20, 2013 at 7:56 pm . Reply

    Spot on Terry.
    Villa are struggling again because our owner wants to do everything on the cheap. His policies have made us a 3rd rate premier league club and seen us fall behind such giants as.Fulham Swansea and Norwich ! The players bought this summer are not good enough to improve our low quality squad. They were not brought in on ability but they had low fees and low wages all they have done is add numbers. Everything about our club stinks of skimping. To prosper in the EPL you need quality and we aint got it thats why we are shite and its all down to Lerner.

  6. Terry Jones
    Terry Jones September 20, 2013 at 10:15 pm . Reply

    MARVIN so you are prepared to wait and see then.He may have admitted to making mistakes but what as he done to address them so far nothing.I know it;s early days but as he got the ability to turn things round a loss tomorrow against Norwich will prove he as not learned anything.Newcastle was a disaster so even a draw tomorrow which some are predicting is not good enough for him to be given another season in charge.It is one thing admitting your mistakes but learning from them is another thing altogether.

  7. streetlyvillan
    streetlyvillan September 21, 2013 at 12:02 am . Reply

    I actually support the strategy of young and hungry, much better than watching the overpaid, lazy players that MoN saddled us with. what I do question is Lambert’s tactics. why does he instruct Guzan to kick it long, Benteke may well win the header, but it’s pot luck whether we win the second ball and its quite likely we lose possession. why the fuck don’t they play it on the floor?

  8. astonman
    astonman September 21, 2013 at 10:14 am . Reply

    Streelyvillan the.reason we dont keep it on.the.deck is the players are not good enough to play that way. They lack the technical ability and speed of thought required and thats why they are cheap. Young and hungry really means cheap and nasty. Can fans not see how poor the players are and what a poor team they make. This pathetic policy will never work.

    1. Terry Jones
      Terry Jones September 21, 2013 at 10:21 am . Reply

      Mate never a truer word spoken next thing we will know Lambert will be shopping at Poundland or the 99p shop for players mind you did he get this bunch from there.

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