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Sir Doug Ellis on getting death threats from angry Aston Villa fans

Tamworth Herald Thursday, 11 October 2018 ()
Sir Doug Ellis on getting death threats from angry Aston Villa fans'We couldn’t come home  from a social function and put the lights on because there would be a van down the road'.
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News video: Southgate pays tribute to Sir Doug Ellis

▶ Southgate pays tribute to Sir Doug Ellis 00:56

Gareth Southgate has described the late Sir Doug Ellis as 'a fantastic custodian' for Aston Villa.

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