11:16 AM EST, Mon December 22, 2014
7500 To Holte Dec 9, 2014

Panel: Ref got it wrong in Leicester City's match with Villa

Paul Konchesky's red card for tackling Alan Hutton has been rescinded. During Sunday's match there were two incidents which could have seen red cards given. The first occurred when Leicester City's Jamie Vardy, a human being who I will dislike forever, tackled Ashley Westwood and took the Aston Villa midfielder out of the match. That incident, which will keep Westwood out until at least January, should have been a red but was only a yellow for some inexplicable reason. The second occurred minutes after Alan Hutton scored what would be the match-winning goal. Paul Konchesky barreled into the...
Express & Star Dec 9, 2014

First Villa goal was a dream for Alan Hutton

Defender Alan Hutton believes his first Aston Villa goal has turned his nightmare into a dream.
7500 To Holte Dec 7, 2014

Watch Alan Hutton prove how terrible Leicester are with his goal

Alan Hutton scored Aston Villa's second goal of the day against Leicester. We've got the video. Now, I've been trying to give you goal updates this year because they happen so infrequently, but I'm not sure I can keep up with this frantic pace. Two goals? Two goals in ONE match? What in the world is happening. And better still, this one came from Alan Hutton. Yes, you read that right. Christian Benteke made an absolutely perfect 20-yard pass over the heads of a few defenders to a wide-open Alan Hutton, who took his time and cooly slotted it in. No, really, watch it: Beautiful, right?...

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