Tuesday media watch [21.08.12 AM]: Vlaar and N'Zogbia in focus
Birmingham Mail: Charles N'Zogbia admits he must start scoring and creating more as Villa strive to add a ruthless streak to their encouraging approach play. N'Zogbia provided only two goals and four assists in a disappointing first season in claret and blue following his £9.5 million move from Wigan last summer.
Birmingham Mail: Eamonn Deacy's 1981 title winning team-mates - and boss Ron Saunders - turned out to pay tribute to the late Villa hero in Galway on Saturday. Saunders managed a Villa Old Stars team which included Tony Morley, Ken McNaught, Colin Gibson, Allan Evans and Des Bremner for a memorial match.
Mirror: Paul Lambert is ready to pay £2.5million and offer Stephen Warnock to lure Martin Olsson from Blackburn. Aston Villa boss Lambert will rival stoke in the battle to sign the Swedish international, who has handed in a transfer request at Ewood Park.
Best Of The Rest
The Sun: Emmanuel Adebayor hopes to complete his £5million move to Spurs this week.
Mirror: Arsenal will not sign a like-for-like replacement for Alex Song - because Arsene Wenger is so convinced Jack Wilshere is on his way back.
BBC Sport: Robin van Persie started life at Manchester United with a defeat as Everton produced an outstanding performance to deservedly claim victory at Goodison Park.
*The extracts on this page are taken from various newspapers and media outlets. They do not necessarily reflect the views of Aston Villa.
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