Yes but the first one was down to ten men after about 10mins and an injury on top left a vet McClair as THE midfield.Similar to when you lost 6-3 to Southampton days after losing 5-0 to Newcastle. Shit happens and we move on to the next game.
Annoying how we persisted with it when it became about damage limitations. This offside trick was reeled out more than the game at West Ham 18/19 where it cost us two points and we ultimately lost out on the title and we didn't even play like this all the time that season, but that match relying on a offside trap cost us and in Leicester game. In this game we've just handed any opposition from now the textbook on how to beat this from set pieces and through the lines on so many goal examples. Powerpoint heaven for Atalanta and Ajax coming up.We can’t play high up the pitch like that any more. If Villa can exploit it then others will.
We played with 10 men for that entire match. Adrian doesn't count!Yes but the first one was down to ten men after about 10mins and an injury on top left a vet McClair as THE midfield.
Whereas Newcastle was a red hot Shearer and Ferdinand title competitor.
This was Villa!
Would probably believe this if we didn't get loads better after he'd left. He left just before the Champions League semi final in 2018 and the following two seasons saw us win the two biggest trophies and gain a ridiculous number of points
Buvac was the brain all along.
I'm sure I have no idea what you're talking about. I thought the message was pretty clear, but I'll elaborate a little anyway.Not a very good effort on your part. Care to explain?