Villa 0 – 6 Liverpool; disgusted and totally ashamed to be a Villa fan today

It’s only a short one, because I’m in the airport on my way home at the moment.
But I just needed to say that I can’t believe how poor that performance was.

It was as poor as anything I remember under Ginge or even lambert and I’m in total shock; so much so that the missus is judging my mood as “ok”.

From front to back, we were shocking and at the minute, I really would get rid of the lot of them, maybe Lyden apart.

No fight, no desire, no nothing.
It’s as simple as that.

I’ll update tomorrow, when I get home, but can’t see my opinion changing much.

Disgraceful is the only word for that display.
Just when they’d raised my hopes too.


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  1. steve
    steve February 15, 2016 at 12:08 pm . Reply

    Virtually the first words that came out of Hollis mouth was we don’t fear relegation, backed up with no support for the manager in January. The board has given up and it has filtered down to everbody employed at the club.
    It is the footballing equivalent of a economic depression with nothing bright on the horizon.
    As usual total quiet from the powers that be.
    Grow a pair Hollis and Fox and make a statement thant this is totally unacdceptable and Fox has go to go one way or another.

  2. Hitchens 60
    Hitchens 60 February 15, 2016 at 2:20 pm . Reply

    Here’s an even more depressing thought. We spent £50m in the summer and you can bet your house that Randy will want some of that back at the end of the season. But who will buy any of our players unless that is we put them on eBay? So we will end up with a garage sale effectively trying to offload wages at knock down prices and when Randy realises that moneyball has turned into puffball then investment will continue at January levels.

    Hollis is turning out to be a bigger waste of space than Lerner and no doubt he and the other three wise monkeys will continue oblivious to what they are doing to our club. Expect a statement from Hollis at the start of our Chamionship season along the lines ‘we don’t fear relegation’.

    Meanwhile in the boardroom, the fiddling (as in Nero and Rome burning) will continue whilst Hollis and the three wise monkeys draw over inflated salaries for jobs they are incapable of doing.

    1. pat57
      pat57 February 15, 2016 at 3:21 pm . Reply

      Just purchased ‘Always look on the bright side of life’ which I shall play on a loop until this disastrous season is finally over.

      I was so happy when we narrowly avoided relegation last season but now I honestly wish we’d gone down. At least we’d have avoided this long drawn out f*** up of a season.

      1. Hitchens 60
        Hitchens 60 February 15, 2016 at 4:00 pm . Reply

        Good move Pat

  3. Bill Pearson
    Bill Pearson February 15, 2016 at 3:27 pm . Reply

    Sad Villan , the only way now, believe me they would have board meetings every day, our demand would be board out, Lerner to sell and sell now, the club to openly announce pay improvement to any player that plays for the shirt, I’d give Garde a chance on staying you can see sadness in his eyes, he knows what to do but hands tied. That arseole Lerner deserves all that fans throw at him. No wonder his misses pissed off and took him for what he’s got it took 25 years, and he sold up so we cannot get at him the cowardly American twat.

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