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Sunday media watch [15.04.12]: Weimann eyes upset


The Sun on Sunday: Alex McLeish admits leading his Aston Villa young guns to victory at Old Trafford today would be the highlight of his Premier League career.

Sunday Mirror: Gordon Cowans insists he has no fears over Aston Villa sending their young Llons into the cauldron of Old Trafford. And Villa's first-team coach should know. In a decade in his old job as an academy coach, Cowans played a crucial role in helping them grow from small boys into Premier League players.

Sunday Mercury: Andi Who-mann? Andi Weimann, that's who. Aston Villa's Andi-mann of the moment reckons the Manchester United defenders won't know too much about him when he runs out at Old Trafford for the first time against the Premier League title favourites this afternoon.

Daily Star on Sunday: Andi Weimann is the first to admit that barely a week ago nobody outside Aston Villa had ever heard of him.

Sky Sports: Aston Villa newcomer Andreas Weimann thinks his team can pull off a shock result when they visit Manchester United on Sunday.

BBC Sport: Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has backed Alex McLeish to be a success as Aston Villa boss.

Sky Sports: Stephen Ireland is enjoying getting a consistent run in the Aston Villa side and has thanked Alex McLeish for giving him a second chance.

Sporting Life: Aston Villa newcomer Andreas Weimann is relishing his first visit to Old Trafford on Sunday and hopes to help Alex McLeish's side pull off another shock result against Manchester United.

*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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