Finally the last day of the season has arrived and it’s not for the faint hearted nor for any fan who who can’t tolerate the chaotic and frantic tension that will surely be increasing all of our heart rates.Read More »
It’s been a fairly difficult restart for the Villans so far, gaining just two points in our previous four clashes. The problems that seemed to coexist when we took to the field of play, before the lockdown, have been far from eradicated. In a bid to find results, and with games running out, the desirable energy levels must rise alongside a consolidated effective rearguard to give us a profitable margin in our efforts to elude the dreaded bottom three.Read More »
John McGinn’s return could be the key to lift us right out of the danger zone and help surge us towards the safety line. His renewed availability is massive, following a long injury layoff which has seen him unable to take to competitive action since the back end of December.
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After a bitterly disappointing defeat in 2018, we were left to
pick up the mess from the Tony Xia regime, following a 1-0 loss to
Fulham in the playoff final. This meant facing up to the prospect of not even
knowing whether the clubs future was financially secure. Eventually, Wes Eden’s and Nassef Sawiris came to our rescue and the first question was whether Steve Bruce was the right man to take us forward. Ultimately, a stray cabbage would mark the end of his regime in October.
The key reason behind my love for Aston Villa stems from the rituals, magic, and camaraderie of matchdays.