Unai Emery has asked for fans to support his players after substitution of Xhaka was universally applauded like a winning goal. The Swiss midfielder is under fire for his idiotic challenges, lack of focus and concentration and lack of fighting spirit.
The fact is that Xhaka will always cost Arsenal goals
Ainsley Maitland Niles is probably nursing a sore shin today after his clash that led to his sending off. In his defence, I’ve watched the recording over and over again and the conclusion is the same, he didn’t deserve the first yellow and the second was technically questionable. Even if
Arsenal came back from behind twice to scrape past Aston Villa at the Emirates on Sunday night. The Gunners managed to grasp a 3-2 win against Aston Villa while playing with 10 men in the second half and last few minutes of the first half.
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Aston Villa are now fully aware of the size of the task ahead of them to stay in the premier league. Having played 5 games, they have won 1, drawn 1 and lost 3 and immediately it looks as if their major problems are at both the front and back,
Pundits comprising of bitter ex footballers, out of work managers and personality’s looking to court controversy are, to be frank, ten a penny. However, only a few pundits like Dion Dublin actually make honest and unbiased analysis of a team's performance after a match.
The mass coverage of football on television
Championship club Aston Villa are on a lookout for a new manager after parting ways with Steve Bruce earlier this week, who lead the club to the Championship play-off final last season after a poor run of form involving merely 1 win out of 9 league fixtures and it looks
Australia and Peru have never faced each other in international football before. They face each other for the first time in the Australia Vs Peru clash at the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi in their final Group C match. Peru endured a second consecutive 1-0 defeat last week losing to
According to reports in England, Manchester United loanee goalkeeper Sam Johnstone could make a permanent move to Aston Villa.
Sam Johnstone joined Manchester United as an academy scholar in the 2010/11 season. Then he was the number one keeper in the academy.
Since joining the Red Devils, the young goalkeeper has been