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O'Neill breaks the peace
July 31st, 2009 6:45AM

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[OFF THE POST] Aston Villa coach Martin O'Neill was ejected for thrusting the ball into the chest of an Atlante player during the Peace Cup in Malaga. 4thegame.com speculated that O'Neill may have come into the game angry because the tournament program listed his name Martin O'Leary.

O'Neill apologized for the incident during the game that Villa won, 3-1. The Mexican club got its goal when Curtis Davies scored an own goal past American keeper Brad Guzan.

When Villa returned to its Marbella hotel, it found three of the players' rooms had been broken into. Gone were a pair of fake designer sunglasses, a laptop and a set of keys.

 



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