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Offline not3bad

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Re: Final League Position
« Reply #195 on: December 28, 2020, 03:36:09 PM »
Start of the season idve been more than happy with 10 points above relegation.
How things are progressing this season now 8th/9th/10th  would be respectable.
Qualifying for Euro would be too much to soon I think.

Maybe this will be the pattern going forward:

18/19 - New owners, new management - Villa get promoted ahead of schedule and left with a very thin squad.
19/20 - Villa struggle in the premier and barely survive. Defeat to Man City in the league cup final causes pundits to reflect on state of football
20/21 - Massive improvement and qualify for Europe ahead of schedule
21/22 - Rigours of Europe take their toll and Villa go backwards in the league. Average run to last 32 of Europa causes pundits to reflect on state of football.

Offline wittonwarrior

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Re: Final League Position
« Reply #196 on: December 28, 2020, 09:21:14 PM »
I don't think Europe will help us except stop the daily stories about Jack flying off to Dippers land

 


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