Date: 15th November 2006 at 1:40pm
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Unoial Villa News…



Contrary to reports, Villa Park is not being re-named. My name however is up for changing if I’m offered enough. Tag Heuer Fear has a certain ring I think. The Daily Mail are today reporting that Aston Villa chairman Randy Lerner is looking to sell the naming rights of Villa Park. Full article: Villa Park IS NOT being renamed

Vital Villa asked if you would like to see Alan Smith at Villa Park. 35% said yes, 40% said they would like to see him at Villa but there are better options, 15% said he would be ok, but only ok for Villa and 9% said no leaving just 1% who were unsure.

And today’s press player link for Aston Villa? Southend striker Freddy Eastwood who is apparently being targetted by a host of clubs.

Steve ‘I can’t believe I am England Manager’ McClaren says he is excited about some of the England U21 stars and says Gabby has impressed him: ‘But I am looking forward to the emergence of lads like Leighton Baines, Gabriel Agbonlahor – who has really impressed me – and David Nugent.’

Aston Villa reserves came from behind to draw 1-1 with Watford. Tobias Mikaelsson scored for Villa.

Martin O’Neill is hoping that Milan Baros will get some match time on international duty tonight having been benched at Villa for the last few games. Full article: Milan Baros is short of confidence

The spot on my ear has all but cleared up, thanks for asking.

Luke Moore is recovering well from shoulder surgery and Jlloyd Samuel has declared himself fit and ready for premiership action after returning in the reserves game last night against Watford: Full article: Click Here

According to Martin O’Neill yellow cards and match suspensions are an ‘occupational hazard’ for players like Gavin McCann who faces a one match suspension this weekend. Full quotes: Gavin McCann is a very naughty boy.

Thought for the day: A mouse trap placed on top on of your alarm clock will prevent you from rolling over and going back to sleep.

 

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