Aston Villa chairman Randy Lerner has hailed manager Paul Lambert in a statement issued in response to the suspensions to two high ranking members of the Villans’ management hierarchy, according to Sky Sports.
Lerner was keen to stress the importance of “loyalty and commitment,” and moved quickly to praise the conduct of the former Norwich boss after the Midlanders suspended assistant manager Ian Culverhouse and head of football oper...More
Aston Villa have suspended their assistant manager and head of football operations pending an internal investigation, reports BBC Sport.
The Midlanders did not publically reveal the reason for suspending Ian Culverhouse and Gary Karsa, but have promoted former midfielder Gordon Cowans and reserve goalkeeper Shay Given to assist manager Paul Lambert on a temporary basis.
Culverhouse and Karsa both arrived at Villa just behind Lambert...More
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has admitted that he did not join the club for it to struggle in the Premier League, and that recent form has not been good enough, the Birmingham Mail has reported.
For much of last season, the club battled against the threat of relegation, only surviving in the final week, and this time around, while they have been in a more comfortable position throughout, inconsistency as well as a poor home recor...More
Locked together on 34 points, Crystal Palace face Aston Villa with both looking for the one victory they need to virtually ensure safety.
Crystal Palace are the team with the momentum, having followed up their amazing win over Chelsea by thrashing Cardiff City to leave themselves on the brink of survival for the first time in the Premier League era. Manager Tony Pulis deserves a great deal of credit for way he has turned the Eagles f...More
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has backed his striker Andreas Weimann and claimed that the forward needs time to reach his goal-scoring form of last year, according to Sky Sports.
The Austrian has scored just four goals this season, three in the Premier League, compared to last season’s tally of 12.
Despite his patchy scoring form, Lambert has praised his striker, claiming that he regularly performs on the pitch and is not used to...More
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has admitted that he will ask owner Randy Lerner about the possibility of making extra transfer funds available this summer to deal with the club’s injury crisis, reports the Birmingham Mail.
Top scorer Christian Benteke recently sustained an Achilles tendon injury which will keep him out for the rest of the season as well as this summer’s World Cup. Fellow striker Libor Kozak and defender Jores Okore...More
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