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.
Our tour of renewing old acquaintances continues today, as we head back to the Emirates Stadium and the scene of our feckless final game in our last ill-fated Premier League campaign.
I’ve rarely seen a player at Villa Park who divides opinion quite as much as Neil Taylor.
Since joining us, in an exchange deal with Jordan Ayew in the January transfer window 2017, Taylor has split the Villa fanbase, except for a good spell at the very start of his Villa career.Read More »
We are five games into our first season back in the elite tier of English football and have four points to show for our hard work thus far. This places us one point above the drop zone but realistically we have been unfortunate; refereeing howlers have certainly hurt us and over 90 minutes, we should have come away with three points against both Bournemouth and West Ham based on the balance of play. Additionally, given the influx of new signings, we should only improve as our players continue to gel and get to grips with the style of football Deano demands.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.