Date:Thursday August 25 2011
We seem to have gone a little bit Interview loopy on Vital Wolves over the past week.
We've seen the return of the Vital Wolves Fan Interviews and now we've done an interview with Aston Villa fan Murph ahead of the game.
This is again a return to an old feature we used to run called the Vital Wolves Mauling.
Tell us what you think and perhaps we could bring it back again this season.
What do you think of Wolves signings this summer?
Interesting question, very interesting [runs off to research], interesting indeed it is. Obviously I know you`ve signed Roger Johnson and Jamie O`Hara. Solid signings and probably that little bit of steel that you guys needed to boost the team.
De Vries is a bit of an odd one in the Andy Marshall re-signing School of odd signings. Why release Marcus Henamanenehehamenen only to sign a 30 year old with no Premier League experience?
What have you made of our start to the season?
Well, you`ve done better than us?! I think both teams would be happy with that, although I`d prefer we were in the automatic Champions League place, I mean on past history and all that, you guys can come through the playoffs.
On a rare serious note, excellent start, fascinating game coming up as we`ve both played the same opposition, both of whom seem to be inspiring no confidence in themselves for the season ahead.
How will Villa line up against us?
In order to accurately answer this question I have sent letters out to Aston Villa FC and the Premier League. I am reliably informed that we will line up against Wolves on the football pitch. I was further informed it would be silly for Alex McLeish`s men to line up say, in the car park, or at the training ground, or in the team bath.
With respect to said team line-up, I`d imagine (if everyone is fit) we`ll be un-changed from the team that demolished the mighty chicken-headless Blackburn Rovers. This means the mighty Shay Given in goal, and you`ll see Bent distract your defence whilst our snipers Emile Heskey and Gabby Agbonlahor rip you apart.
Who should we look out for?
Colonel Gadhaffi? Well I think it has to be Darren Bent. The man only needs an inkling of a chance.
78-5 Villa. Sorry lads! Thanks for the opportunity!
Thanks to Murph from Vital Villa for his answers, my interview will appear over on their site later today.
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Date:Thursday August 25 2011
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