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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 6:50 pm 

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Villa still think they are a big club like in the 80s.long gone.

Bruce didn’t do particular well,still he will get a big pay off and find another job,so doubt he cares.

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Saw Villa at Home Park in 1970s when they dropped into the 3rd tier. We beat them 3-2 ,but from memory they only stayed down there a season. (Waits for someone to correct him :))


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I know Plymouth is an underperforming city in football terms, but what about Brum? Not even a top flight club!

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Dean Smith leaves 7th place Brentford to take over at 15th place Villa. I know Villa are a bigger club, but it's far from an easy job and I think Smith may live to regret that move.


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Cobi Budge wrote:
Dean Smith leaves 7th place Brentford to take over at 15th place Villa. I know Villa are a bigger club, but it's far from an easy job and I think Smith may live to regret that move.


This reminds me of Holloway leaving us for Leicester a bit, Villa are the bigger club but Brentford are more likely to be in the prem in the next couple of years.

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Dean Smith leaves 7th place Brentford to take over at 15th place Villa. I know Villa are a bigger club, but it's far from an easy job and I think Smith may live to regret that move.

they are a bigger club and he is a life long villa fan.a really tough job for him.'twill be interesting how the dynamic works with john terry as his assistant.

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He’s hardly likely to turn down the chance to manage a club like villa because Brentford are 7 places above in the league at this stage of the season. I think he’ll do well and certainly won’t regret it regardless of how things turn out. He may never get such an opportunity again. Will be interesting to see who Brentford get in as there next manager though.


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The-Pilgrim wrote:
Cobi Budge wrote:
Dean Smith leaves 7th place Brentford to take over at 15th place Villa. I know Villa are a bigger club, but it's far from an easy job and I think Smith may live to regret that move.


This reminds me of Holloway leaving us for Leicester a bit, Villa are the bigger club but Brentford are more likely to be in the prem in the next couple of years.


And look where we are compared to Leicester now.

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Mike E wrote:
The-Pilgrim wrote:
Cobi Budge wrote:
Dean Smith leaves 7th place Brentford to take over at 15th place Villa. I know Villa are a bigger club, but it's far from an easy job and I think Smith may live to regret that move.


This reminds me of Holloway leaving us for Leicester a bit, Villa are the bigger club but Brentford are more likely to be in the prem in the next couple of years.


And look where we are compared to Leicester now.


No thanks to Holloway, on either count!!


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Paul Hurst sacked by Ipswich.

Word is that Paul Lambert is favourite to take over. Ex Canaries boss that will be popular.


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That didn't last long! How quickly fortunes can change. I don't think he'll be unemployed for long though.

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Saw Villa at Home Park in 1970s when they dropped into the 3rd tier. We beat them 3-2 ,but from memory they only stayed down there a season. (Waits for someone to correct him :))


Yep First time I saw a fight at Argyle. :shock:
They tried to take the Demport :crazy: and failed if I remember correctly. :lol: 1971-72 Just looked it up

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