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« on: December 07, 2019, 09:55:41 PM »
4thJanuary: If it’s the start of January it must be Bent’s Not for Sale time. The management says it would be daft to sell him to one of our rivals, which should be the last we hear of it.

5 th January: Villa 2 Ipswich 1.Third round day should be one of the highlights of the season. Unfortunately, the Premier League obsession means that not enough of us care about it now, although at least a few of the older players could come back reasonably comfortably. Naturally we went a goal down in the first half but Darren Bent equalised and both he and Charles N’Zogbia showed that they’re good enough to get us up the table. We had plenty of opportunities before Andreas Weimann’s 82 nd minute winner showed, yet again, that he’s turning into an all-round striker of genuine promise. Jordan Bowery looked good on a rare occasion that he didn’t come on when we were three down while the much-maligned Joe Bennett did well. It wasn’t the hardest test ever but the team came through it with little real trouble. It’s a plus.

7 th January: Alex McLeish has learned one thing at least – he’s sent Alan Hutton back to us.

8 th January: Bradford 3 Villa 1. This is definitely a season to remember. We’ve already had the heaviest defeat ever, now we’ve had the worst. It sta rted off brightly, the team made enough chances even if they didn’t score any of them. Then a deflection fell perfectly for the ho me side, we were a goal down but still things weren’t too bad, plenty of time to put it right. And then the sky fell in with 45 minutes of the most abysmal football imaginable. Bradford get a second goal from a corner, amazingly enough, Darren Bent misses the most open goal of all time injuring himself in the process, Andreas Weimann puts us back into the game and surely that’s going to be the signal for the plucky underdogs to fall apart. No, it’s the signal for the





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