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Author Topic: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread  (Read 25038 times)

Offline Gareth

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #240 on: December 10, 2023, 12:14:37 AM »
Just think back to the last league defeat at VP and all their bench charging across the pitch when they scored their winner…the likes of Xhaka who had been booked and subbed off already should have been sent off and banned….so they can just do one the arrogant, graceless twats.

For me this was better than Wednesday night…unlike Manchester City these came to play and did press impressively….fell over and played offside much less impressively though!  Did they have a shot on target in the 2nd half? 

As for Arteta, his pathetic touchline behaviour meant he had let his team down by having to sit in the stands….his team got what they deserved….zip all!

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #241 on: December 10, 2023, 12:18:33 AM »
Arteta is a huge manchild with all the attractive qualities of an anal prolapse, the thunderbird looking wankstain.

You're too kind to him.

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #242 on: December 10, 2023, 12:20:15 AM »
what has Arteta achieved in management other than putting the cones out for Pep

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #243 on: December 10, 2023, 12:21:44 AM »
You could tell Arteta instructs them to dive. It was noticeable first half how much Saka managed to cope with gravity. Only Jesus fell over with any frequency. The 2nd half, crikey. What a bunch of petulant, soft, diving wankers.

They really do reflect their absolute ocean going, copper bottomed, château bottled, weapons grade, thunder ****** of a manager.

They're embarrassing. And easily bullied. We did it, as did Newcastle and they got fuck all but endless salty Arteta tears out of it.

Jesus, what a clown. Their feet gently touch. Somehow this means his standing leg flies in the air? Fuck off you sour faced twat. It's your birthday soon and you walk around like somebody has barbecued your cat.

Havetz, an absolute waste of a player who is good at...what? Being a whiny little shit it seems, traps it on his arm, so you can fuck off as well with your tarquin mates.

Shit, entitled, silent away fans. I cannot abide Arsenal. So great to grind it out and have a gritty win. We've done it both ways this week and you could see Wednesday had knackered us.

The goal was outstanding though. Patient passes until the press was breached and then bang; pace, power, tearing them open.

Felt we gave the ball away too easily and without pressure. Konsa struggled for me defensively and I'd have had Cash on at half time. Got lucky with Odegaard's miss, but they uff and puff Arsenal. Fuck em'.

Great win. What a week!

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #244 on: December 10, 2023, 12:26:07 AM »
Arteta is a huge manchild with all the attractive qualities of an anal prolapse, the thunderbird looking wankstain.

You're too kind to him.
It's a beautiful description of a much deserved calling out of that  whiny one eyed prick Arteta. I wish I had the vocabulary to give the tarmac headed c **t the two barrels he sorely deserves.

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #245 on: December 10, 2023, 12:26:19 AM »
Arteta is a huge manchild with all the attractive qualities of an anal prolapse, the thunderbird looking wankstain.

You're too kind to him.

I'm sorry I missed the original post by Boutros, it's quite possibly the best piece of justified vitriol I've ever read on these boards.

Offline Villan82

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #246 on: December 10, 2023, 12:28:24 AM »
Probably in the wrong thread but I don’t care - next week I will be 74 and so I think I deserve to be cut a bit of slack

After the full time announcement (thanks PWS) I had a couple of glasses of Cabernet Sauvignon and reread the introduction to Simon Inglis’s “Villa Park 100 years - a great Midlands Sports Ground”

We must never, EVER, move away from VP

Thank you - and what a fantastic few days

We were talking about this on the way home. Completely agree. The transport links are shit and all the rest, but we cannot ever move from Villa Park to some souless bowl by the NEC. The 150 years at that location is everything and what we can hold onto.

I do genuinely think they'd delay knocking down the North Stand for a few more months if we make CL.

We'd be back in Europe's premier competition for first time in 40 years so why hinder things by having an empty stand behind one goal and be playing infront of just 30k when you factor in having to rope seats off and away fans?

If it's going to be an 18 month job and fully operational for start of 2026 season then I assume January-Feb is feasible if you give everyone sitting there option just to purchase half season tickets or something like that.

I think our capacity is 36,000 without the North. In my view, we need to press on regardless. It should have been done a long time ago really. Villa Park is a special, special place and present it isn't big enough for where we are going. With inflation etc we need to just get it done asap. If we delay it again fuck knows what problems we could be looking at down the line.

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #247 on: December 10, 2023, 12:31:33 AM »
Although on further reflection Ads has had a good go.

They're the image of their manager, it was the same with Wenger, and to be honest it was under Graham. Was watching the game from 89 in the week, and after the match Perry Groves (lol) and company were giving the lino stick for not flagging Mountfield off when about 6 players were playing him on when the cross came in.

Forever a bunch of entitled ******.
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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #248 on: December 10, 2023, 12:42:16 AM »
Although on further reflection Ads has had a good go.

They're the image of their manager, it was the same with Wenger, and to be honest it was under Graham. Was watching the game from 89 in the week, and after the match Perry Groves (lol) and company were giving the lino stick for not flagging Mountfield off when about 6 players were playing him on when the cross came in.

Forever a bunch of entitled ******.

Remember it well.  I remember a big group of Villa fans had gathered in the old Witton Lane Stand behind the lino and were telling Groves and co.where to.go. 

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #249 on: December 10, 2023, 12:43:49 AM »
Tarmac Head is ruining the likes of Jesus and Saka , instructing them to dive rather than play the game

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #250 on: December 10, 2023, 12:51:41 AM »
It was interesting sitting in the North Stand to see what they do tactically.  Noticed it more after our goal, but when they lined up defensively, Zinchenko was in the left back position, but when they had the ball he moved into central midfield alongside Rice. 

When they had the ball, they were in what looked to be a 3-2-4-1 formation, with almost like a square box shape in central midfield.  I think that's why we found it difficult to play through central areas at times and they seemed to have an extra man in that area at times. 

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #251 on: December 10, 2023, 01:00:25 AM »
It was interesting sitting in the North Stand to see what they do tactically.  Noticed it more after our goal, but when they lined up defensively, Zinchenko was in the left back position, but when they had the ball he moved into central midfield alongside Rice. 

When they had the ball, they were in what looked to be a 3-2-4-1 formation, with almost like a square box shape in central midfield.  I think that's why we found it difficult to play through central areas at times and they seemed to have an extra man in that area at times.
i was screaming all second half press Zinchenko. little did i know on reflection that's exactly what they wanted us to do, to open it up. trust Emery, Trust the process . It's stressful i know but i think this guy might know his onions.

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #252 on: December 10, 2023, 01:04:06 AM »
I love, especially after last seasons game, that they celebrated a goal hard, twice tonight.

The twats.

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #253 on: December 10, 2023, 01:06:06 AM »
I love, especially after last seasons game, that they celebrated a goal hard, twice tonight.

The twats.

Unfortunately both were called on the pitch early on so celebrations were already muted. Would have been better if both removed on VAR review for that.

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Re: Aston Villa v Arsenal Post Match Thread
« Reply #254 on: December 10, 2023, 01:06:39 AM »
Priceless! Another spoilt, middle class twat loses his shit...

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Rubbish -the best team lost this game. Saka was kicked off the park by Villa defenders and The referee offered no protection to Arsenals skilful players and it’s a familiar story when Arsenal play away.Villa’s Ale house players were permitted to allowed to stop Arsenal attacks by repeated over physical man and ball challenges .Are referees in England overly influenced by fans in their decision making or are they just biased in favour of over physical football ? As for VAR it’s as biased as the incompetent referees. Arsenal had a clear penalty and the disallowed goal should have stood the player did not attempt to control the ball with his hand. Arsenal have lost 2away games specifically because of VAR decisions.Is the PGMOL and the EPL bent or anti southern fans over influencing officials away from home? I doubt if those decisions would have been made against Liverpool FC or either of the Manchester sides. What’s more the bias is not allowed to be exposed or commented on- by the EPL -if anything is bringing football in England into disrepute it is the decision making of officials.-not the managers complaint about it.

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2023/dec/09/aston-villa-arsenal-premier-league-match-report#comment-165690461

 


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