Is it even worth going through the motions and discussing that performance? The way the Villa defence conceded that second goal was bordering on comical. This Villa backline for a few seasons now has been one massive embarrassment. Why has it not been a priority to sort out once and for all? You know, invest in quality defenders, as it does pay off in the long-run.
I predicted a 2-1 win to Stoke, it had an air of predictability about it, as Villa continue to hurtle towards relegation with barely a whimper of resistance.
We can’t put up with this shi*e anymore as the American business men slowly destroy us. We’ve suggested a commercial boycott, engagement of sponsors and will confirm a Supporters Charter of Improvement this weekend. They’ll be more action to come and all Villa supporters should shake their apathy and rise up and make their feelings known in whatever way they can.
This football club is fast loosing its identity due to a ham-fisted owner and his incompetent cronies.
Enough is enough.
In the meantime, here’s five reasons to be cheerful as Villa fans…
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The in-game vocal protest stepped up a notch at Stoke with the first proper airing of a ‘Lerner Out’ song.
“We want Lerner out,
Randy Lerner out,
I just don’t think you understand.
From European nights to relegation fights,
We want Randy Lerner out.”
The song was sang loudly a number of times throughout the game. Get sharing and learn it for Tuesday against Everton, if you’re going. Also, let us know what you think of this walkout on the 74th minute protest in the comments, and if you’re planning on doing it.