Classic Villa, eh! Win our first four games including a 7-2 thrashing of the reigning champions Liverpool, only to capitulate and quite embarrassingly so to Leeds United and Southampton. Without a win at Villa Park since 2004 against the Saints, the result shouldn’t have come as much of a surprise but let’s be honest, frustratingly, Villa don’t tend to do things the easy way.Read More »
Despite a miraculous second half perfromance from Aston Villa, who scored three goals late on. It wasn’t enough to overcome Southampton who left Villa Park the victors in a seven goal thriller.Read More »
After Friday night’s disappointing defeat to Leeds United, Aston Villa’s impressive 100% winning start to the Premier League season was brought to an end in fairly emphatic fashion. What matters now is what Villa do next and how they react to that disappointment.
Iain Dowie once popularised a term when discussing a crucial component of his promotion chasing Crystal Palace team; “bouncebackability”. Simply put, to achieve success, a team needs to show the ability to react positively to any setbacks.Read More »
This Friday Aston Villa clash with Leeds United for the first time since the infamous meeting of Marcelo Bielsa and Dean Smith’s squads last year. Given the utter calamity that ensued at Elland Road it is only fitting that we set our minds back and remember the anarchy in preparation for this Friday.Read More »
The Villa Park groundstaff impressed us all once again as the Villans ran out on the hallowed turf for the first time this season.
Dean Smith’s men started brightly, especially down the right hand-side with new signing Matty Cash swinging in some enticing crosses on his competitive debut.Read More »