Let’s say the start to the Championship season has been mixed for Villa. Only one league win and the fans already getting on Steve Bruce’s back. The Cardiff result (3-0 loss) isn’t even looking that bad now considering they’ve won 5 out of 5, scored 10, conceded 2 and are sitting pretty at the top… Continue reading September for Villa.
A lot can happen in 13 weeks. It’s also the amount of time us football fans have had to wait for some competitive football to be played! With no EUROs or World Cup over the summer for the England Senior team, this summer seems to have dragged in football terms. In the post I’ll be… Continue reading Football’s back!
As this post is going out while I’m on holiday, I thought I’ll have a bit of fun. In this one I’m going to pick my Villa dream team, from players that have been at the club while I’ve been supporting them. GK – We’ve had so many over the years and there has only… Continue reading Aston Villa dream team.
Okay, so straight from the off I want to get something clear – nothing I write in this post is by no way meant to sound offensive (sexist etc.), so please don’t take it that way. Women’s football is one the rise with it now being an Olympic sport, having a dedicated World Cup and… Continue reading Women’s Football.
With the 16-17 season drawing to a close, a summer of transfers, planning and getting players into shape starts. In this post I’ll be looking at what Aston Villa need to do (in my opinion) to make the most out of next season. I’m going to start off by saying that next season we should… Continue reading Looking ahead to next season – Aston Villa
So the curtain has drawn on the 2016-17 season, a season of highs, lows and everything in between. In this post I will be looking back on Aston Villa’s key moments this season, which I think defined it. I’ll go in chronological order. 1 – The sale of the club and the appointment of Roberto… Continue reading Season in review: Aston Villa
If you’ve read any of my other posts you’ll know I’m an Aston Villa supporter, and any game against Birmingham City is a big one. This one had a little extra to it, relegation implications, new managers and players. I’m going to start off by saying a big well done to whoever organsied this to… Continue reading The second city derby.