Monday, 28 March 2011

Everything's great at Villa!

Gary McAllister took time out of his busy schedule barricading the training ground complex to quash rumours about the uprising among Gerard Houllier's players:





"I don't think there's any mutiny here," McAllister told BBC Sport.
"There's been little arguments here and there but nothing outside the realms of what happens at most clubs."
"The facts are most football clubs have a rule book which is set by the PFA [Professional Footballers' Association] and apart from little tweaks here and there, it's a standard rule book," said McAllister.
"Mobile phones aren't switched on inside the building and Gerard had this rule when I was a player at Liverpool. 
 (BBC Sport Football - http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/12888174.stm)

One of the most disliked demands of Houllier's evil reign is the banning of all mobile phones - a 'draconian' measure already foiled by Richard Dunne, who has allegedly hidden an iPhone in the kettle of Villa Park's home dressing room.  There are murmours of much unrest amongst team mates at Villa Park and I for one fully endorse them because, if anything, it stops Aston Villa from continuing to be the most boring football club in the world.