Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood has told his side that they must be ‘braver’ as he leads them in their battle for Premier League survival, the Birmingham Mail has reported.
The West Midlands club travel to Newcastle United looking to avoid a demoralising seventh consecutive Premier League defeat in what will be Sherwood’s second match in charge, having conceded to a late penalty which saw them lose 2-1 at home to Stoke City last ...More
Aston Villa will be determined to end a run of six Premier League defeats and aid their fight against relegation with victory away to a Newcastle United team that is also looking to respond after being made to suffer last time out.
From the moment Vurnon Anita’s errant touch led to the award of a penalty for Manchester City, it was evident that the Magpies were in for a long 90 minutes against the champions, who duly racked up fiv...More
Tim Sherwood takes charge of struggling Aston Villa for the first time as they take on injury-ravaged Midlands rivals Stoke City on Saturday.
Coach Scott Marshall’s parting act was to manage the Villans to victory over Leicester City in the FA Cup on Sunday, in a game which saw the team show plenty more attacking intent than they had for most of the season under previous boss Paul Lambert. It leaves Sherwood with a lot to build on...More
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood has made the first addition to his backroom staff by appointing experienced coach and manager Mark Robson to be first-team coach with the Midlands club, reports BBC Sport.
The 45-year-old has worked for a host of clubs in the past, most recently Norwich City, and as a co-manager for Barnet with former Dutch international Edgar Davids. Robson left Norwich City as first-team manager in January, and r...More
Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert has admitted that he was close to leaving the club for Aston Villa on January transfer deadline day, Goal.com has reported.
The 33-year-old only moved to his hometown club last summer in a £4m deal from Southampton, but it was widely reported on deadline day that he was on the brink of heading for the West Midlands, only to reject Villa’s advances.
He has found first-team opportunities hard to com...More
Aston Villa coach Scott Marshall has left the club following the arrival of Tim Sherwood as manager, reports Sky Sports.
Marshall, along with goalkeeping coach Andy Marshall, took caretaker charge of the club for one game after former manager Paul Lambert was sacked, and now he finds himself out of the door following Sherwood’s appointment. Aston Villa won his only game in charge 2-1 in the FA Cup fifth round against Leicester Cit...More
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