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Aston Villa 4 v 0 Southampton
Barclays Premier League
Saturday, 5th March 2022 Kick-off 15:00
AmericanSaint added 17:04 - Mar 5
Wow - what was that? We did not show up and also didnt get a single lucky bounce. Every ricochet when their way. FF showed why we should keep him. Well let's get back to the drawing board and buckle down.
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codge added 17:12 - Mar 5
Sad to say the old Saints showed back up,surely missed Salisu in the middle as we looked awful all at sea for all four of there goals.Nobody showed up for this game hopefully a one of and we need to put this game behind us straight away.
It had to come to an end sometime better now than later.Onward and upward Saints hopefully this is just a small blip.
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aceofthebase added 17:28 - Mar 5
Several players' ratings fell by many million today. The good news is that our manager is going nowhere, other clubs have lost interest
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silverspringsaint added 17:46 - Mar 5
All good runs come to an end - but this was a very disappointing way for it to happen. Puts to bed the notion that we don’t lose when Stu Armstrong starts! Also quietens the talk of us getting into Europe through our league position - not going to happen. Team was flat and slow for first 60 mins or so whereas Villa were really up for it. Forster saved us from a worse beating. No one else in the team deserves a positive review today …
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SaintPaulVW added 17:54 - Mar 5
Bad day at the office.

We looked off the pace and Coutinho looked very good. Missed Salisu but several players also had an off day.

Oh well. Runs come to an end. Got to get back to the hard work and put it back together on Thursday.

COYR
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Foreverred added 18:13 - Mar 5
Bad day at the office, very slow out of the blocks, caught cold with the early goals, with the back four very slow and pedestrian to pick up their markers which made it easy for coutinho to pick us off. He was class, and ran the show . Fraser kept the score line respectable or it could have been embarrassing ,The run had to come to end sometime, and we been on a fabulous run so let’s re group for Newcastle go again. We still have a lot to play for,
They are entitled to an off day sometimes.
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janecook added 20:58 - Mar 5
What was Stephens doing for their first goal? He was like a carthorse lost in a field. This game showed how much we need Salisu to play every game and Stephens not to play any games!
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TimSaint added 21:00 - Mar 5
Baby far the worst performance of the season, which could have been much worse but for 3 or 4 good saves from FF.

The defence was all at sea, crucially missing someone capable of playing left sided CB.

We passed it round well to start with, Stephens got done, Villa scored and we lost the game from then on.

Passing was at times good, but decision making in the final 3rd let us down.

Our strikers were easily marshalled by the Villa defence.

We changed it at HT and went to a back 3, but conceded 2 early goals in the 2nd half and that was it. Game over.

Broj nearly lost in with Young. Should have subbed him really. Adams had 2 chances, 1 header over the bar and another produced a great save.

Apart from some danger from corners, all our other shots were wayward at best.

Need Sali back for Thursday. Back to winning ways against the cheating Geordies.
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Bawdrip added 22:06 - Mar 5
Strange game. I thought we played well in phases and ended up with 62% possession but could have lost 6-0 but for some good Forster saves. Missed Salisu at the back.

Few real chances for us whereas they had a lot more efforts on goal.

Resting players on Wednesday didn't appear to have worked. We seem to have broken some of the momentum we had.

Still just a blip I feel. We'll hopefully bounce back.

Great Saints support today.
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DellBoyWally added 22:23 - Mar 5
Bye Bye Stephen's hopefully
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