Yesterday afternoon, Wesley Moraes fulfilled his childhood dream of playing for his country, against all odds Wesley has managed to fulfil his lifelong ambition, which millions of people worldwide only can only ever dream of. This man deserves your respect.
Facing two potential relegation rivals next, in a tough fixture at Carrow Road which precedes a home clash against Brighton and Hove Albion, followed by a difficult run, it’d be fair to say that the fate of relegation hangs in the balance of the next two matches.
Aston Villa won promotion along with Norwich City and Sheffield United with all three playing a progressive and intense brand of football but so far, Villa appear to be the only side to betray the very philosophy that saw them promoted to the Premier League.Read More »
A tough question but football is nothing without emotion. So what happens when money, technology and instant access to goals and highlights intervene?Read More »
The last time I wrote, Aston Villa frustrated me after two howlers cost us a share of the spoils against Bournemouth. Four matches later, my frustrations have only grown.