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great reaction from tim at the final whistle

no soft spot for his old club

great to see doug ellis getting emotional

great to see the whole team applauding the fans at full time

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What a win! Spurs were there for the taking and we took full advantage

Vlaar was my man of the match, solid all game. Benteke is only getting better, Cleverly brilliant again(Even after all the stick Villa fans gave him)

Hopefully the injuries are not too serious for Clark and Gabby

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What a win! Spurs were there for the taking and we took full advantage

Vlaar was my man of the match, solid all game. Benteke is only getting better, Cleverly brilliant again(Even after all the stick Villa fans gave him)

what about guzan

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what about guzan

What about him? He made one save(which he still directed to the opposition) but his kicking was still as terrible as ever

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What about him? He made one save(which he still directed to the opposition) but his kicking was still as terrible as ever

And Spurs had a free kick which he got caught in no mans land.

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^^^ cracking video that Conman,--Timbo,s reaction is pure passion and emotion with no holding back at the final whistle, was that 98 minutes?

Deadly still trekking to away games,no doubt corporately entertained --but good to see,

a great day out for the fans and as you say real good to see the players acknowledging that tremendous support,--hopefully this is just the beginning,

gotta get me one of them "Fight Like Lions" flag/poster---luvving it!!

on MOD the camera panned into a just starting to loose it palate of someones head celebrating with Timbo, I see now it,s Joe Cole,s---better get a bucketful of that "Regain" stuff Joe lad, or let it go gracefully,

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^^^ cracking video that Conman,--Timbo,s reaction is pure passion and emotion with no holding back at the final whistle, was that 98 minutes?

Deadly still trekking to away games,no doubt corporately entertained --but good to see,

a great day out for the fans and as you say real good to see the players acknowledging that tremendous support,--hopefully this is just the beginning,

gotta get me one of them "Fight Like Lions" flag/poster---luvving it!!

on MOD the camera panned into a just starting to loose it palate of someones head celebrating with Timbo, I see now it,s Joe Cole,s---better get a bucketful of that "Regain" stuff Joe lad, or let it go gracefully,

lol...I thought Joe Cole 'lost it' about 6 years ago...round about the time chelsea 'let him go'..

But this was a fab result, just what was needed in the midst of 'awful April'.....

Great to see the real Benteke, shame about more injuries...

STILL THINK LIVERPOOL WILL HAVE TO MUCH IN THE OPEN SPACES OF WEMBLEY, BUT STAYING UP IS THE PRIORITY!

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great reaction from tim at the final whistle

no soft spot for his old club

great to see doug ellis getting emotional

great to see the whole team applauding the fans at full time

When did you ever see Lambert as excited as that ?

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First game I've got around to watching in a while & it was a great one. Spectacular header from Benteke, great cross from Bacuna on the goal. Should've had three. It's amazing what this team looks like without shackles, the team especially the defense looks like they are enjoying themselves now.

I know it's a bit harsh to criticize after a win but I have to agree with AK....I thought Guzan was really bad yesterday. Given has looked great lately, I think he should start seeing time. :what:

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You're not singing, You're not singing, You're not singing anymore!

:lol:

+1 mate

Lose at Wembley next week and I am taking it away you :wank2: lol

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Update to my previous post, last nine in the EPL as at 13/04/2015 :

12 Everton 32 9 11 12 40 43 -3 38 : H Burnley
13 Newcastle United 32 9 8 15 33 51 -18 35 : H Tottenham (19th)
14 West Bromwich Albion 32 8 9 15 30 46 -16 33 : A C Palace
15 Aston Villa 33 8 8 17 24 45 -21 32 : X No Game (FAC)
16 Sunderland 32 5 14 13 25 48 -23 29 : X No Game
17 Hull City 32 6 10 16 29 45 -16 28 : X No Game
18 Queens Park Rangers 33 7 5 21 38 59 -21 26 : X No Game
19 Burnley 32 5 11 16 26 50 -24 26 : A Everton
20 Leicester City 31 6 7 18 32 51 -19 25 : H Swansea City

It also shows their games next weekend.

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Update to my previous post, last nine in the EPL as at 13/04/2015 :

12 Everton 32 9 11 12 40 43 -3 38 : H Burnley

13 Newcastle United 32 9 8 15 33 51 -18 35 : H Tottenham (19th)

14 West Bromwich Albion 32 8 9 15 30 46 -16 33 : A C Palace

15 Aston Villa 33 8 8 17 24 45 -21 32 : X No Game (FAC)

16 Sunderland 32 5 14 13 25 48 -23 29 : X No Game

17 Hull City 32 6 10 16 29 45 -16 28 : X No Game

18 Queens Park Rangers 33 7 5 21 38 59 -21 26 : X No Game

19 Burnley 32 5 11 16 26 50 -24 26 : A Everton

20 Leicester City 31 6 7 18 32 51 -19 25 : H Swansea City

It also shows their games next weekend.

be good if everton and swansea win

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Leicester have a good run in - 5 home games and 2 winnable away too - qpr, hull and Sunderland to go .

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Leicester have a good run in - 5 home games and 2 winnable away too - qpr, hull and Sunderland to go .

It would've great if leicester stayed up and the albion went down !

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It would've great if leicester stayed up and the albion went down !

would've or would

well its still more than possible

leicester are on form ,,you have to fancy them to stay up

,,,,,,they have 2 games in hand on us and they have won their last 2 games

west brom have just lost 2 home games to clubs in the bottom 3

although i think they will beat newcastle in a few weeks to stay up

thats a point ,,newcastle on 35 points look like they wont get another point this season

is 35 enough

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35 is more than enough fortunately for Albion and Newcastle .

It will be QPR , hull and Sunderland who drop - think 33 is cut off point .

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35 is more than enough fortunately for Albion and Newcastle .

It will be QPR , hull and Sunderland who drop - think 33 is cut off point .

not sure about 33 , 35 should be ok ,,,,,,,,36 deffo

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No question 35 is enough in my opinion - I think one more win and we are home and dry but if we lose last 5 it may still be enough .

Hull Sunderland and QPR have real tough task to get past 32

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We have five more EPL games this Season.

15 Aston Villa 33 8 8 17 24 45 -21 32

That is 15 points available, so the target for AVFC is 47 points.

EPL Saturday, 25/04/2015 : Manchester City v Aston Villa, KO 17:30 hours, SKY.
EPL Saturday, 02/05/2015 : Aston Villa v Everton, KO 15:00 hours.
EPL Saturday, 09/05/2015 : Aston Villa v West Ham United, KO 15:00 hours.
EPL Saturday, 16/05/2015 : Southampton v Aston Villa, KO 15:00 hours.
EPL Sunday, 24/05/2015 : Aston Villa v Burnley, KO 15:00 hours.

No Surrender !!!

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We have five more EPL games this Season.

15 Aston Villa 33 8 8 17 24 45 -21 32

That is 15 points available, so the target for AVFC is 47 points.

EPL Saturday, 25/04/2015 : Manchester City v Aston Villa, KO 17:30 hours, SKY.

EPL Saturday, 02/05/2015 : Aston Villa v Everton, KO 15:00 hours.

EPL Saturday, 09/05/2015 : Aston Villa v West Ham United, KO 15:00 hours.

EPL Saturday, 16/05/2015 : Southampton v Aston Villa, KO 15:00 hours.

EPL Sunday, 24/05/2015 : Aston Villa v Burnley, KO 15:00 hours.

No Surrender !!!

come on larry , get your facts right

the southampton match is 12.45 KO on BT sport

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come on larry , get your facts right

the southampton match is 12.45 KO on BT sport

Thanks, Conman, I missed that !

Saturday 16 May: Southampton v Aston Villa - 12:45

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