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Agbonlahor out

Agbonlahor out

With a ridiculous early kick-off to contend with, one potential bonus will be Villa flier gabby Agbonlahor missing out on the game. Having tormented us on the break with his pace earlier in the season at SJP, it`ll be a bonus not to have to contend with that one. New England squad member Curtis Davies is expected to return however.

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Thursday February 7 2008
Time: 1:46PM

Comments

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Gabby may be out but Villa have Young and hes just as good ;)
Mutt_Man
08/02/2008 16:07:00
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Definitely, really rate the pair of them.
BaldEagle
08/02/2008 17:47:00
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Villa missing agbonlahor. Toon missing obafemi. But u have ashley, we have owen. Game on! should be a cracker!
Toon4LiFe
08/02/2008 18:36:00
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Great start for you, Owen with another header after 4 minutes, cant see it staying like this, going for a 3-2 Villa win.
will it ever happen
09/02/2008 12:54:00
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4-1!!!!!!!!!!!
united4life
09/02/2008 14:44:00
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I thought we were poor first half, but didn't think you deserved a hlf time lead. Michael Owen looks a shadow of his former self no wonder Capello dropped him to the bench and left him there. Butt and Smith should put more effort in o playing the game than moaning to the ref
AVTAFFY
09/02/2008 17:33:00
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Villa fan in peace, just curious what you guys think about the expectations that your club seemingly set from the top down? I understand your devotion to the club, but having not really won any of the major tournaments, how is it that newcastle seem to have this attitude of grandeus before it's reached? Or are you just misunderstood? Good luck for rest of season, hope keegan is given time to turn things around.
johnnyuk
09/02/2008 18:16:00
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Milner played well, you should get rid of the deadwood and concentrate on youth, you'll get the passion with them, which lacked in 2nd half today.
krisvilla
09/02/2008 19:53:00
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:) 12th Boro, 13th Newcastle :)
Boro 01
09/02/2008 20:10:00
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Contributions to our 4-1 defeat.... carr (at left back) barton (in midfield) smith (up front) Yes they have some qualities but it was there for all to see that after we went 2-1 down by the 55 min we needed a change!!! why wait so long to bring on EMRE and leave SMITH on doing nothin all game!?!? AND WHY IS ENRIQUE STILL ON THE FOOOOOOKIN BENCH. I BLAME KK'S DECISIONS TO WHY WE LOST SO BAD SECOND HALF. The result is the reflection of this.
Toon4LiFe
10/02/2008 12:03:00
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