Aston Villa 7-2 Liverpool – Seventh heaven as Villa smash champions on day of days

What the hell happened yesterday? I’m not sure where to begin with this one. Villa v Liverpool games are at best tight affairs, with us suffering the odd hammering when things aren’t going well.

There’s a good reason everyone’s heard of the 5-1 win at Villa Park in 1976, results like that are as rare as a defecating rocking horse.

So to equal, then surpass messrs Gray, Little and co. was truly the stuff of dreams.

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Jack Grealish, a priceless hero.

I consider myself lucky to be writing this article, incredibly fortunate that Jack Grealish exists, that he stayed at Villa this long and that I have watched virtually every single second of his impassioned and glorious career thus far. I know I am not alone in proclaiming him my favorite ever Villa player, and he is certainly the most gifted that I have seen don the famous claret and blue to represent the pride of Birmingham. A season ticket holder from the age of four, and Villa roots that stretch way back to his great-great Grandfather (Billy Garraty) winning the FA Cup for Villa in 1905. How many clubs are captained by a player with such a special connection to the fan-base?

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