Date: 25th October 2006 at 12:21pm
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For those that don’t visit the official site, the club are promoting the sales of tickets, especially half-season tickets.

They say: With Half Season Tickets now on sale, the simple message for the Claret and Blue Army is that we need you for what promises to be an exciting New Year. The fact is that you can make a difference. If you don’t believe us, just take a look at what the following have to say:
General Charles C Krulak: ‘The fans are what makes the experience. If the fans weren’t there in the stands, winning on the field would not mean anything. To see the excitement of a Villa fan is very special! The constant roar and din of Villa Park is something else.’

Martin O’Neill: ‘The fans have been terrific so far this season. They can really play a part and it’s up to us to get them on their feet.’

Gareth Barry: ‘Everyone’s been lifted this season. The noise the fans have been making has been superb and I’m just glad we’re giving them something to shout about.’

Stiliyan Petrov: ‘The fans have made me feel very welcome and their support is what pushes the players on – hopefully they can push us all the way to Europe.’

Juan Pablo Angel: ‘There’s nothing better than a full Villa Park. When we go out there and the fans are making lots of noise, it lifts every single player.’

For info on the half season tickets, Click Here or call 0871 423 8101

I’ll print this out and take it with me in case that steward threatens to eject me for rattling the advertising hoarding when cheering the team on!!!!

It would certainly be great to start getting more seats sold, maybe an offer to the out of work Rover guys would also help, as would tickets for local schools and cub scouts etc. I’m sure a few new player arrivals will also help keep the buzz growing at Villa, as will European Football. Who can forget the feelings and excitement the atmosphere created at some of our big European games? It used to make my hair stand up at the back of my neck, that is when I had hair you understand! 🙁

 

12 Replies to “Villa Fans Make All The Difference”

  • Think it is a bit wrong of Stiliyan expecting us all to push them into Europe, surely these highly paid players can get a ferry or a plane? And if not, do they have chariots to sit on and in that case, surely we’ll be pulling them? :o)

  • It must be a Villa disease to have no hair 🙂 I couldn’t agree with you more though. Crowds have been poor for years when you consider that the Villa has been the only team in the Midlands to be in the Premiership. The catchments area is huge when you se

  • Thanks for your comments Hoss. I refused to go to VP whilst Ellis & the Clueless One were there. I have been to each game I could make this season, but some of have to work weekends!
    As for me “sodding off” to Small Heath, F**k You! Twats like you tellin

  • I agree with Petrov, why cant we aim for europe? if we get into europe we must be good/lucky enough so why not.

  • If you had as much passion about supporting your Club as do about voicing an oppinion then the atmosphere at Villa Park would be great. Unfortunately as you don’t understand the point I’m making then you probably have the mentality of a blue nose.

  • I have been quite a drum beater on these pages over attendances. However there are reasons people do and do not go to football matches. I agree with some sentiments from the hoss, unfortunately diplomacy is probably not his strong suit. Reddi, do not take

  • If Petrov wasn’t speaking about Europe we’d be questioning his ambition for himself and the noghty Villa. Well done Petrov!

  • Its good to receive acknowledgement from directors, players, and team management, makes a change from being ignored or abused as was the case with the previous incumbents.

  • words of wisdom again VOTH, (he’s not the messiah, he’s a very naughty boy) it would be easy to take offence at the ramblings of Hoss, but as a die hard villan who never stayed away even through “the dark years” who now lives in north wales and works ever

  • Disappointing Villa Park attendances to date, but considering attendances are down at most premiership stadiums, maybe we shouldn’t be overly concerned. I’m certain that come seasons end our average attendance will show a healthy increase on last season.

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