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Aston Villa took a huge step towards survival as Christian Benteke's second-half hat-trick saw them crush Sunderland 6-1. More
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villa stayed up where are the pundits now
a.villa are one of the biggest and best team in Europe. they have one of the the best younger superstars in England football. they will be title contenders next season for champion league spot. UP THE VILLA!!
Gherkin, assuming NUFC stay up !!!
Sunderland should of won or gotten close to winninthis is just like Liverpool and Newcastle all over again.Good WIN FOR NEWCASTLE!
Bwaaaaahahaha .......The mackems had barely finished crowing from the rooftops about what they were going to do to everybody next season ......then along comes a gutter team , "championship fodder " ,as Julia or Josephine refers to them, Slaps them full in the face and puts 6 in the nettie. Dont worry lads.... #$%$ happens .....even to the big teams like Newcastle. We've had wa share this season . Mind , it begs the question .....what ya ganna dee now the honeymoons ower ? If its right what ive heard from the media, it sounds like mr Lambias has been talkin t mr Wenger . I doubt if its aboot the weather .So if we do manage to stay up , yus lot (assumin ee stay up)might be facin a different 'toon' next season .
Floreal. 310 - how could Swansea go down if the last game is between wigan and aston villa! not mentioning other games in the botton half. Get your facts right mate
Benteke will wreck they !!!!
Where was his mother,she must have been making pasta for the boys thinking it's alright we will win how wrong her and her son were welcome to the real world
Blobby, 308, Sorry but as I told you your team is average and played to that v SAFC ,against Liverpool you were complete poo ! Last night we started well and Ist half weren't that bad. Disallowed goal should have stood. Second half we just imploded, as I said Villa without being brilliant were given the game by non commitment, pi55 poor defending and nothing up front, difference between us is WE haven't been banging on about what a great team we are, injuries or not !!!! You lot have, yet are in the mire with your great French signings, how good are they now ??
the fascist fails
Julian, one correction to your apt description of our two teams, there is no steam in or around those piles.
Colback is a pub player!
the sacking of martin- a villa legend- for a crazy fascist will come to haunt safc. he is a div 1 manager with an expensive suit, no more. same old story for the north east- wonderful fans , great stadiums poor teams , mjg villa fan
Beat by a better team on the night ...they played the conditions and put thier chances away ....we were not good , but take nowt away from Villa.....youngsters looking good in a pressure game. wrong result for both NE teams ....lets see what we are made of for the Stoke game....and yes we will miss Sess who was harshly sent off....mistimed not malicious and again an over the top drama queen reaction from the lad.....who fell like his leg was amputated & less than 2 mins later was sprinting like a lunatic....fed up of the histrionics....just an observation re Sess ...he never plays these conditions well ....Whickham gets a go with Wor Danny ....nice touch for Rose goal.
Jonny-it's all ifs and buts ! But if we can agree on one thing mate, we are followers of two , steaming piles of shyte teams, with bits of sweetcorn and tomato skin,complete with flies buzzing around , and I'm sure Joseph would say the same. Still , tomorrow is another day!
Joseph- Paulo will be sorting out a review of the red card and it should be downgraded to yellow, but I thought that load of shyte might have kept things going for a couple of more games. Still , PDC managed to get 6 pts out of 4 games , if O Nelly was still there , we would be all but down. Big clear out needed, but attracting real quality to Safc ain't going to happen anytime soon. Jonny, Newcastle are in 17th place, one place above a relegation berth and your'e talking about a Newcastle team not at their best when they played Sunderland? Which game were they ever at their best ??? Ha ha ha where would you be if you were playing at your best? Top 4?
Amazing to think that even Swansea could mathematically go down !!
Wow what a match! As a Toon fan I really didn't want either side to win, especially Villa by 5 goals. Still, I hope our players can see the benefits of a "pass and move" approach to play and playing with drive and passion. Sadly I doubt whether Pardew has picked up any clues from the match. It's going to be a squeaky bum end to the season for both North East teams. Luckily for SAFC & NUFC, Wigan have a really tight schedule (5 games in 15 days) and still need 6 points to get above us.
Julian, as I said in another post just WHO have we got to come in with Sess out ??? Disgusted at that performance tonight, its alright people criticising PDC,what options did he have ? The players must hang their heads in shame !! Who was on the bench that he could turn to to change things ??
Blobby, your team was at home, biggest defeat since 1925,Liverpool are no world beaters but as I said we were complete shyte, and Im not gonna bang on about the disallowed goal, shyte happens ! How can a team perform like they did against NUFC and Everton and then do that . Bet you would swop us fixtures, after youre last two games where will you get a result, having said that ,we dare not play like that again ! Cuellar???? he makes Williamson look good !! The man was a joke, ex Villa man Hmmmmm ??? Cant believe an ordinary team like Villa got 6 goals !!! Sorry Villa fans,it wasn't youre brilliance that won the game ,more a load of garbage you played against !!
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Villa's first Premier League hat-trick for five years moved Benteke to 18 this season. Where would they be without him?