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Aston Villa's assistant manager Roy Aitken has revealed the club are unhappy Juan Pablo Angel took the club's second penalty against Fulham.
The Colombian ace, who opened the scoring for the visitors, had already seen one penalty saved and decided to chance his luck for a second time against David O'Leary's wishes.
Angel missed the second spot kick and Fulham ultimately snatched a point in the contest thanks to Lee Clark's last gasp strike.
He had also failed with a spot-kick against Manchester City earlier in the campaign and the duties will now go to either Gareth Barry or Nolberto Solano for the remainder of the season.
O'Leary was incensed when Angel insisted on taking the second penalty against the Cottagers when the manager had made it clear that responsibility should go to Barry.
But the Irishman has now laughed off suggestions of any rift with the striker as Villa look to take advantage of Arsenal's defeat by Manchester United which has effectively ended the Gunners' hopes of retaining the title.