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shaunbhoy
9th August 2010, 16:00
BBC Sport - Football - Martin O'Neill resigns as Aston Villa manager (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/a/aston_villa/8898993.stm)


Well well well!! Who'd have thought it eh?

:eek

Incognito
9th August 2010, 19:27
He's expecting his old job back when Lennon gets the Dhims knocked out of Europe before the end of August.

:eyes

The Central Scrutinizer
9th August 2010, 19:57
He's going to be the new manager at Bradford Park Avenue :laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:l augh:laugh:laugh

d000hg
9th August 2010, 20:37
Is he coming back to MOTD?

Doggy Styles
10th August 2010, 13:11
Well well well!! Who'd have thought it eh?

:eekI didn't see that coming.

I get the feeling he never quite achieved what he should have done. For a start, he should have had at least one good run in the champions league with Celtic. and then his win record at Villa was less than John Gregory's.

FiveTimes
10th August 2010, 13:46
MoN has achieved a lot but IMHO he is limited.
2 Seasons ago Villa had a massive chance to break into to top 4 at the expense of Arsenal - he decided to field a weakened team in the Eufa cup and went down hill from there. His teams seems to fail in the last third of the season.
Either he doesn't rotate as much as everyone esle or his training methods are wrong.

Good guy for reviving a club, but not for taking to the next level. He has taken AV to steady position.

He has had to sell his best players for the past 2 years and there must come a point when enough is enough. Granted he has spent as much as other.

The Central Scrutinizer
10th August 2010, 18:52
MoN has achieved a lot but IMHO he is limited.
2 Seasons ago Villa had a massive chance to break into to top 4 at the expense of Arsenal - he decided to field a weakened team in the Eufa cup and went down hill from there. His teams seems to fail in the last third of the season.
Either he doesn't rotate as much as everyone esle or his training methods are wrong.

Good guy for reviving a club, but not for taking to the next level. He has taken AV to steady position.

He has had to sell his best players for the past 2 years and there must come a point when enough is enough. Granted he has spent as much as other.

He's over rated. Lerner was correct in not letting him have any more money. He's spent more per season than anybody else and Villa are rubbish to watch. Not a lot of Villa fans will be losing sleep over this one. Villa should appoint Karl Marginson:yay:

on second thoughts................................:tantrum:

Doggy Styles
11th August 2010, 09:20
There's always Keegan. Has he resigned from a midlands club yet?

Jeebo72
11th August 2010, 13:08
BBC Sport - Football - Martin O'Neill resigns as Aston Villa manager (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/a/aston_villa/8898993.stm)


Well well well!! Who'd have thought it eh?

:eek

He's failed yet again. Not a surprise.