The transfer of Douglas Luiz to Aston Villa during the summer was one that filled me with excitement, seeing the Brazilian join from Manchester City for £15m. Whilst at the time he was a relatively unproven quantity in English football, he was admired a considerable amount by City manager Pep Guardiola:Read More »
Manchester City have dominated English football for many seasons now, whilst Villa have been dormant in the Championship for the past three seasons we’ve not had the novelty of visiting stadia in the form of the Etihad or the (dis)pleasure of pitting our wits against the greatest manager in world football, with arguably the best team in Europe. Read More »
Anwar El Ghazi and Tyrone Mings “altercation” during Villa’s clash against West Ham was a nonstory, here’s why.
As you are more than likely aware by now, during last nights game against West Ham Anwar El Ghazi and Tyrone Mings “clashed heads” in a brief heated exchange during the first half.
I’ll keep this very short and very sweet. It’s been one hell of a season and it’s about to get even hotter as we go into a battle (and it will be a battle) with the Baggies tonight. This game will need blood, sweat and tears as they will look to go on the front foot. Let’s face it, they have to, there is no other choice.Read More »
The dust has finally settled after last nights emphatic 3-3 tie to Chris Wilder’s high-flying Sheffield United, after feeling shock, anger and frustration (all in that order) as Billy Sharp masterclass was in full effect. Lets talk through last nights affairs and how this will effect Villa in the long run, both positively and negatively.Read More »