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#betting #previewshow #EPL #FL #bettingtips #football #footballshow Dave Kelner and Derek McGovern are joined by FWA guest, David McDonnell on this. The sight of Petr Cech charging up the field to save the day v Swansea, After signs of fight, Villa are starting to list badly. Youngest player, Gary McSheffrey (16 y, d) for Cov. vs Villa Aston Villa 2, Manchester United 1 David Ginola (Tottenham). FOREX PROFITABILITY REPORT
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He has still managed to tally ten goals as the Catalans have been racing away at the top of La Liga. If he does become available, Villa will be a wanted man in the January transfer window, even if it a loan deal. That would suit the Spaniard himself, who would look for a short term move to boost his form to either return to Spain, or extend a deal in England, with an eye on selection for the national side at the World Cup.
The action that has gone down on Swansea though, suggests a big link there. The bookie will automatically credit a new account with the totally free bet to get you started. Just sign up, get the free bet and starting placing those wagers! Older offers may be not valid anymore. From what I can see, reaction from Swans fans is mixed. Some would have preferred to play Aston Villa or Bradford, while some are happy to get Chelsea out of the way first.
I agree that it may be less daunting for the Swans to play Chelsea over two legs. As long as Swansea keep themselves in it during the first leg at Stamford Bridge, they will have a brilliant advantage with the home crowd for the second game.
Then it is just the case of brushing Bradford or Aston Villa aside in another Wembley final! Welcome to Swansea, David Villa? In my last post I said Swansea needed a new striker, but I didn't expect Barcelona's David Villa to be the first or anywhere on the list. We all know that bookies slash odds all the time and it comes to nothing.
They panic and lower odds when they notice a big surge of bets on one particular outcome. Or perhaps they know something that we don't. Either way it is very interesting and enjoyable to hear these rumours. Would he really give up the beauty of Barcelona for the sobering sight of Hafod? I guess if the money is right and regular football is on offer, he may consider it. This is where it becomes unrealistic though - can Swansea City afford Villa's wages?
However it's certainly one for Huw Jenkins to mull over - we know Villa is a more accomplished goal scorer than, say, Shefki Kuqi was. He would be the goalscorer the club are in need of to take the strain off Michu.