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Vote For Your MOTM: Man City 3-0 Aston Villa

Manchester City cruised through to the FA Cup quarter-finals with a convincing 3-0 win against a very average Aston Villa side.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 2 2011

Time: 10:07PM

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Some liquid football out there tonight!
Johnny Baguette
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02/03/2011 22:15:00

Well played city, shame our manager is a french piece of ***** who is clueless.
P.Avfc
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02/03/2011 22:34:00

Was worried when I saw the team Bob put out P.Avfc and then I saw Houlliers'. Baffled me why he left till he was 3-0 down to bring on his quality players and why bring off your best defender Dunney.
Buzz Lightyear
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02/03/2011 22:44:00

Buzz i have no idea what is going threw that mans head. He decides he wants to rest our key players but brings them on 3-0 down when the games over, what is the point in that? He plays a youth/reserve team against a strong city squad AWAY from home where the winner will have the best tie of the quarters and a good chance to go on to reach the final. The man is a plank, just 1 think if you meet the bluenoses along the way to the final please give them a good hiding.
P.Avfc
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02/03/2011 23:11:00

The man knows we are not 12th but are 5 points from the drop. Some Villa fans need to get a grip seriously. Also Well played city.
joe1206
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02/03/2011 23:16:00

Haha joe another villa fan with completely no ambition in him at all, just another fan who will say 'im villa, win or lose blah blah blah' The fact is we had a massive chance to get to wembley and another shot at silverware but no he decides to play a ***** poor team...We had a two week break before blackburn, there is no complaints about being tired are you that thick to see that joe? Teams like city and arsenal are playing twice a week and still going so you are the one who needs to get a grip of yourself. Birmingham have outdone us this season which says something. If you want to support a team like blackburn or bolton who are happy to drop silverware to finish in a pathetic place then fine but that isn't a team i wanna support.
P.Avfc
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03/03/2011 00:03:00

There is very little chance of Villa going down and there was a good chance last night of Villa taking another step towards a European place in the FA Cup, I am sure Bobs' priority lies in getting a top four spot or lose his job, It was there for the taking.
Buzz Lightyear
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03/03/2011 07:29:00

Exactly buzz, not saying we would have won with our strongest team but the game would have been a whole lot better especially for the lads who payed lots of money to go to your place....I don't think houllier realises that people pay to watch games in such a hard time yet he makes the fans and the club look like morons.
P.Avfc
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03/03/2011 08:11:00

Spot on P. fans don't mind losing it's how you perform that matters and putting out a side which in interview Houllier said would do the job was a joke. best of luck for the rest of the season, still think we should never have sold Dunney.
Buzz Lightyear
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03/03/2011 16:06:00

 

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