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Author Topic: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread  (Read 14632 times)

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #300 on: March 04, 2024, 02:45:05 PM »
Yes they definitely upped the tempo . 

We also lot the out ball for Ollie who was having a lot of success or fouls in the first  half 

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #301 on: March 04, 2024, 02:46:56 PM »
Who is the commentator on Villa's official feed? Is it Mark Regan?

Yes, I think so.

What's happened to Jack Woodward ?

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #302 on: March 04, 2024, 02:52:02 PM »
Who is the commentator on Villa's official feed? Is it Mark Regan?

Yes, I think so.

What's happened to Jack Woodward ?

I think he's still singing songs in the bath.

Lovely chap mind.

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #303 on: March 04, 2024, 03:01:28 PM »
I have not seen this raised anywhere but for their first goal Chong was clearly impeding / holding Emi when the first cross came in and from that point total chaos ensued that caused the goal.

It was certainly as bad as the one given against Ramsay vs Sheffield when Bailey scored after about a minute of the alleged foul.

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #304 on: March 04, 2024, 05:45:03 PM »
Who is the commentator on Villa's official feed? Is it Mark Regan?

Yes, I think so.

What's happened to Jack Woodward ?

He does U23's from Bodymoor on occasions.

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #305 on: March 04, 2024, 06:03:31 PM »
The main fault for the first was Lenglet not leaving it for Emi to pick up.

If in doubt put it out...thought Lenglet had a decent game and wouldn't blame him at all for the goal. Martinez wasn't outstanding either on the second ball. Konsa had a shocker of a second half
There was really no pressure on Lenglet at all, it was very different to the Fulham goal where the bloke was bearing down.
At Fulham you take no risks - Row Z
At Luton there is no player incoming the ball is landing safely with Martinez, let the keeper claim it.

Also watch the corner for goal 1 , Lenglet is all over the place and is on the deck unchallenged when the ball goes in the net.

Captain Hindsight works his wonders again. If you remember at Fulham, he would have had to go through Martinez to get the ball to send it to row Z as Martinez actually came out at totally the wrong angle for the cross.

As for the all over the place. He saw the ball was over him and tried to flick it over the head of the far post attacker. It was an inch too high for him which then took him out of the game. Watch Luiz, Watkins, McGinn and Rogers not move from when Konsa heads back into the danger zone compared to the Luton players reactions. Moreno is the only player of ours who tries to get back and moves more then 1 yard.

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #306 on: March 04, 2024, 06:07:57 PM »
I have not seen this raised anywhere but for their first goal Chong was clearly impeding / holding Emi when the first cross came in and from that point total chaos ensued that caused the goal.

It was certainly as bad as the one given against Ramsay vs Sheffield when Bailey scored after about a minute of the alleged foul.

They normally give a little give-take battle and all Chong really did was stop emi moving out in the box, (although it was too high for him to claim anyway). If Ramsey hadn't have hooked the keepers arm in desperation of being strong armed out of the way by the defender, I doubt they would have given it (although I still think it was several phases of play later so shouldn't have counted). 

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #307 on: March 04, 2024, 07:12:29 PM »
The main fault for the first was Lenglet not leaving it for Emi to pick up.

If in doubt put it out...thought Lenglet had a decent game and wouldn't blame him at all for the goal. Martinez wasn't outstanding either on the second ball. Konsa had a shocker of a second half
There was really no pressure on Lenglet at all, it was very different to the Fulham goal where the bloke was bearing down.
At Fulham you take no risks - Row Z
At Luton there is no player incoming the ball is landing safely with Martinez, let the keeper claim it.

Also watch the corner for goal 1 , Lenglet is all over the place and is on the deck unchallenged when the ball goes in the net.

Captain Hindsight works his wonders again. If you remember at Fulham, he would have had to go through Martinez to get the ball to send it to row Z as Martinez actually came out at totally the wrong angle for the cross.

As for the all over the place. He saw the ball was over him and tried to flick it over the head of the far post attacker. It was an inch too high for him which then took him out of the game. Watch Luiz, Watkins, McGinn and Rogers not move from when Konsa heads back into the danger zone compared to the Luton players reactions. Moreno is the only player of ours who tries to get back and moves more then 1 yard.
Thank you, you've done a great job articulating how poorly he defended the corner which resulted in him on his arse in a seated position watching them score instead of helping defend a key moment.

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #308 on: March 05, 2024, 02:37:41 PM »
Thank you, you've done a great job articulating how poorly he defended the corner which resulted in him on his arse in a seated position watching them score instead of helping defend a key moment.

He did more to try to defend it then any other Villa player but Cash. But he is one you don't rate so I probably shouldn't bother.

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #309 on: March 05, 2024, 02:39:21 PM »
Pitchside Video. Seems Tim tackled Diaby before he could get too far away.

https://www.avfc.co.uk/video/cc19807d-8029-4910-9188-2a363e61b8a6

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #310 on: March 05, 2024, 03:45:51 PM »
Thank you, you've done a great job articulating how poorly he defended the corner which resulted in him on his arse in a seated position watching them score instead of helping defend a key moment.

He did more to try to defend it then any other Villa player but Cash. But he is one you don't rate so I probably shouldn't bother.
Is that the Cash who cleared the ball off the line in Phase 1 of the corner (Lenglet was sat admiring events by this point).

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #311 on: March 05, 2024, 04:46:06 PM »
I've seen one hell of a lot of football in my time and that goal line headed clearance by Cash was possibly the best I've ever seen, it didn't deserve the end it got.

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Re: Luton vs Aston Villa post-match thread
« Reply #312 on: March 05, 2024, 07:36:01 PM »
I've seen one hell of a lot of football in my time and that goal line headed clearance by Cash was possibly the best I've ever seen, it didn't deserve the end it got.
I know , a heroic headed clearance by Cash only for Konsa to head it straight back into the danger zone.

 


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