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David Beckham: From Hero to Zero

Started on 9 February 2013 by Glenn T
Latest Reply on 7 October 2014 by Mr.O
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2013-04-13 00:47#91994 LJO200 : Cork looks worth a lot, I don't think I would pay £26m but if you have the money you can spend a bit too much and it won't really matter. Well done getting Chamberlain to sign for you over United, I bet his decision was money relayed ;)

I don't know, really! United are doing as shite as us at the moment for some reason and a lot of players in their squad are unhappy with that, so maybe he just views us as a better option.

Rage of a Manager



In a fit of rage, David Beckham has accused his Villa side of "being full of West Bromwich and Wolverhampton supporters" after they dropped to 16th in the table with a 4-1 loss against Liverpool at Anfield.

Now with 29 points taken from 23 games, the Villans find themselves closely flirting with relegation.

And the loss against Liverpool has obviously frustrated Beckham as the former England captain heavily criticized his side in the post-match conference.

"Liverpool are a great side but to lose 4-1 is humiliating," Beckham fumed. "We are now 16th in the table. We are close to relegation. I hope the players are happy. Isn't that what they want? Yes, I believe so. They want us to be relegated into the Championship, so I hope they are happy with where we are now.

"They are all probably a bunch of West Bromwich and Wolverhampton supporters, all joining Villa just to make sure we go down.

"They are all very happy we are in 16th place, all very happy we are close to the relegation places. Very happy, I assure you."

His comments, coated with heavy sarcasm, has prompted former Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan to hit out at his former boss.


"David Beckham always likes to blame his players," said the 32-year-old, who now plays for West Ham. "I think maybe he should look at himself and review his own tactics.

"I have been at Aston Villa for a few years and I know a lot of people there who are one hundred percent dedicated to Villa and Villa alone. To accuse any one of them of being a rival fan only interested in seeing Villa go down is stupid and ridiculous.

"Beckham should keep his comments to himself unless he wants to make a fool out of himself in front of the media."
I think we should keep your fucking mouth shut you bald headed mofo!
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Wow...I am 16th with 29 points after 23 games O_o
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2013-04-13 07:56#92066 PaukerJ : I think we should keep your fucking mouth shut you bald headed mofo!

:))

2013-04-13 07:58#92067 joethequin : Wow...I am 16th with 29 points after 23 games O_o

Really? :O
2013-04-13 07:58#92067 joethequin : Wow...I am 16th with 29 points after 23 games O_o

Really? :O

Not doing so well now :/
2013-04-13 09:14#92082 joethequin :
2013-04-13 07:58#92067 joethequin : Wow...I am 16th with 29 points after 23 games O_o

Not doing so well now :/

Ouch :/
Good signings mate!
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2013-04-13 11:04#92115 Liambrocklesby : Good signings mate!

Thanks Liam :)

January: No Consistency

Aston Villa have failed to keep their form, nor their consistency this month. A spirited loss to Manchester City, an impressive performance in a 1-1 draw against Manchester United, and getting to the Capital One Cup Final was followed by a massive 4-1 thrashing by Liverpool. If Villa wants to get back up into the top half of the table, David Beckham will have to find the consistency that helped propelled them to 5th and a double cup win last season.





Premier League
Man City 1 - 0 Aston Villa

Aston Villa 1 - 1 Man Utd
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Liverpool 4 - 1 Aston Villa
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Capital One Cup Semi Final Leg 1
Reading 1 - 2 Aston Villa
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Kalogiannidis

Capital One Cup Semi Final Leg 2
Aston Villa 3 - 0 Reading
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Mattheus
Mattheus


FA Cup Third Round
Aston Villa 0 - 0 Doncaster

FA Cup Third Round Replay
Doncaster 0 - 3 Aston Villa
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Lawless
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FA Cup Fourth Round
Wigan 1 - 1 Aston Villa
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7 yearsEdited

January Transfers 2016/17

David Beckham splashed his entire budget on just two players this window, and has also seen the departure of two others.



Departures

Samir Handanovic - Southampton, 4 million
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Gary Gardner - Wigan, 5 million
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Arrivals

Jack Cork - Southampton, 26 million
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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - Arsenal, 23 million
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Pretty good signings there mate, the Ox is quality on FM13!
2013-04-13 12:03#92125 joethequin : Pretty good signings there mate, the Ox is quality on FM13!

Thanks for the nice comments again Joe :)
Some good results,but some bad results keeping you in the bottom half :(
Read through the story before, but didn't have time to comment.......just finished the last page and all i can say about ''David Beckam: From Hero to Zero'' is.........WOW!!!

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