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Five Reasons

Win, lose or draw, there's always five reasons to be cheerful as an Aston Villa fan

FIVE REASONS

Five Reasons to be Cheerful as Villa Fans After Rovers Comeback

It was a game that most Villa supporters, considering Blackburn's league position, hoped for three points from. The fact that such expectations are now...
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Five Reasons to be Cheerful as Villa Fans After St Andrews Stalemate

St Andrews Stalemate The 1-1 draw at St Andrews wasn't exactly the result Villans wanted or needed, but after the Blues scored their equaliser they...
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Five Reasons to be Cheerful as Villa Fans After Back-to-back Glory

Yes, the performance was a bit naff, as Villa struggled to find any real rhythm against a Fulham team who came happy to play...
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Five Reasons to be Cheerful as Villa Fans After Unbeaten Bruce Start

Brucey Bonus Time When Reading's last-gasp shot flew across the face of the Villa goal seconds after Villa had taken the lead with a last-minute...
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Five Reasons to be Cheerful as Villa Fans as Club Reaches New Low

Having watched Aston Villa Football club through the 1980's, 1990's and 2000's, I can safely say, they are now at their lowest ebb in...
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Five Reasons to be Cheerful as Villa Fans After Toon Trial and Point

What the hell was happening in the first hour or so at Villa Park against Newcastle? Bizarre tactical decisions - Adomah at right wing-back...
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Five Reasons to be Cheerful as Villa Fans After Ipswich Point

Ipswich Point After the trip to Portman Road, Aston Villa had secured three points...in a week, across three games, when they had hoped for at...
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Five Reasons to be Cheerful as Villa Fans After Double Late Surrender

There's a simple answer to why Villa keep throwing away three points at Villa Park, they haven't got a settled and balanced midfield. Against...

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