Aston Villa F.C.

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maTTeOs_mAZzA
3255 posts National Call-Up
edited September 6
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Official Name: Aston Villa Football Club
Known as: Villa, The Villa, AVFC, The Villans, The Lions, The Claret and Blue Army
Based in: West Midlands
Established: 1874
Rivals: Birmingham City, West Bromwich Albion, Wolves, Walsall
Stadium: Villa Park
Total Capacity: 42,682
Manager: Dean Smith
Assistant Manager: John Terry
Club Captain: Jack Grealish
Chairman: Nassef Sawiris
Owners: NSWE Group
Kit Manufacturer: Kappa
Kit Sponsor: W88
Website: avfc.co.uk
Current League: Premier League

Games Played: 4
Last Result: 1-0 Crystal Palace (L)
League Position: 18th




CLUB HONOURS

10 League Titles;

First Division: 7 (1893–94, 1895–96, 1896–97, 1898–99, 1899–1900, 1909–10, 1980–81)
Second Division: 2 (1937–38, 1959–60)
Third Division: 1 (1971-72)

14 Cup Titles;

FA Cup: 7 (1886–87, 1894–95, 1896–97, 1904–05, 1912–13, 1919–20, 1956–57)
League Cup: 5 (1960–61, 1974–75, 1976–77, 1993–94, 1995–96)
FA Charity Shield: 1 (1981)
Football League War Cup: 1 (1944, shared)

4 European Titles;

European Cup: 1 (1981-82)
European Super Cup: 1 (1982)
Intertoto Cup: 2 (2001, 2008)




CURRENT SQUAD
(correct as of 17th August 2019)


Goalkeepers

Tom Heaton (England)
Lovre Kalinic (Croatia)
Orjan Nyland (Norway)
Jed Steer (England)




Defenders

James Chester (Wales)
Ahmed Elmohamady (Egypt)
Bjorn Engels (Belgium)
Frederic Guilbert (France)
Kortney Hause (England)
Ezri Konsa (England)
Tyrone Mings (England)
Matt Targett (England)
Neil Taylor (Wales)




Midfielders

Birkir Bjarnason (Iceland)
Anwar El Ghazi (Netherlands)
Jack Grealish (England)
Conor Hourihane (Republic of Ireland)
Jota (Spain)
Henri Lansbury (England)
Douglas Luiz (Brazil)
John McGinn (Scotland)
Marvelous Nakamba (Zimbabwe)
Callum O'Hare (England)
Trezeguet (Egypt)
Aaron Tshibola (DR Congo)



Forwards

Keinan Davis (England)
Jonathan Kodjia (Ivory Coast)
Wesley Moraes (Brazil)



Out on Loan

Matija Sarkic (Montenegro) - at Livingston until June 2020
James Bree (England) - at Luton Town until June 2020
Andre Green (England) - at Preston North End until June 2020
Jake Doyle-Hayes (Republic of Ireland) - at Cheltenham Town until June 2020
Rushian Hepburn-Murphy (England) - at Tranmere Rovers until June 2020
Scott Hogan (Republic of Ireland) - at Stoke City until June 2020
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Comments

  • Andy
    7852 posts League Winner
    That reminds me, where is DezEddy?
  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    edited April 2015
  • maTTeOs_mAZzA
    3255 posts National Call-Up
    edited April 2015
    Farlz wrote: »

    Oh wow. Really? :D

    To be fair though, he's played pretty well for Derby, he could be useful for these last few important games.

    That's if Sherwood plays him of course.
  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    It would be a joke if he got a new deal, should be sold.

    Also, Lambert/Keane in the OP, what a god awful pairing that was.
  • Ryan
    9475 posts League Winner
    Do you seriously class Walsall as rivals? Bet that is proper good rivalry.
  • Based in Birmingham.

    Also Coventry City are bigger rivals than Walsall.
  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    The only clubs I class as rivals are Birmingham and WBA
  • AXLWXL
    67 posts Park Captain
    I get a special feeling, when i see them play..

    20 years ago i bought my first football kit, and yes it was the Villa kit!
  • Tamerlane
    5284 posts Big Money Move
    AXLWXL wrote: »
    I get a special feeling, when i see them play..

    20 years ago i bought my first football kit, and yes it was the Villa kit!
    One of the most poetic posts I have ever seen.
  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    Wasn't expecting anything today, always the same every year so whatever

    Simply have to beat QPR on Tuesday now though, huge game
  • maTTeOs_mAZzA
    3255 posts National Call-Up
    We simply must beat QPR. If we don't it's all but secured a battle to the teeth to stay alive.
  • HotDog89
    330 posts Sunday League Hero
    Tuesday is a must win!
  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    Well it looks like we're going to end up in 17th before the QPR game. Christ, that game is must win.
  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    No Gil in the squad at all this time, complete joke.

    At least Grealish is starting though
  • Nem
    5901 posts Big Money Move
    Farlz wrote: »
    At least Grealish is starting though

    Up against Barton and Sandro tonight :o
  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    No one I love more than Christian Benteke. On fantastic form right now. What a player.

    Apart from Sanchez, Richardson and maybe Gabby, I thought the rest played great. Grealish was brilliant in that first half just behind the strikers, should start a lot more from now on. Delph and Clevz were fantastic in midfield as well.

    A win and I'd have said we're pretty much safe, unfortunately there's still a lot of work to be done though
  • Ash
    21413 posts Club Captain
    Thank god for that
  • maTTeOs_mAZzA
    3255 posts National Call-Up
    Can't help but feel disappointed that we dropped points against QPR at home, despite the half decent performance.

    When you have that much control of a game you should be winning.
  • maTTeOs_mAZzA
    3255 posts National Call-Up
    Farlz wrote: »
    No one I love more than Christian Benteke. On fantastic form right now. What a player.

    Apart from Sanchez, Richardson and maybe Gabby, I thought the rest played great. Grealish was brilliant in that first half just behind the strikers, should start a lot more from now on. Delph and Clevz were fantastic in midfield as well.

    A win and I'd have said we're pretty much safe, unfortunately there's still a lot of work to be done though

    Really mate?

    I thought Gabby was second behind Benteke in our best performers. Was always involved in our attacks and brought that pace that we needed to create our chances.

  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    He was okay I guess, just didn't think he played too brilliant. Did get an assist tbf

    Also, Liverpool in the FA Cup semis
  • maTTeOs_mAZzA
    3255 posts National Call-Up
    Yeah, Liverpool it is.

    Blackburn were unlucky, would of been nice to get them in the semi.
  • maTTeOs_mAZzA
    3255 posts National Call-Up
    I hope we can at least get a point away at Tottenham. They have a couple players out if I'm not mistaken.
  • Ahmer50x
    17318 posts World Class
    You guys look really good so far. Far cry from the dark days of Lambo.
  • xXBarkleyXx
    818 posts An Exciting Prospect
    Happy with grealish consecutive games will help his develop. Hopefully he'll start next season and hit form like Kane did after sherwood gave him his chance.
  • maTTeOs_mAZzA
    3255 posts National Call-Up
    Get in Christian! That's five goals in the last three for him now.

    Solid performance so far. Hoping it continues 2nd half.
  • maTTeOs_mAZzA
    3255 posts National Call-Up
    edited April 2015
    Six points away from relegation zone. Looking like we're safe.

    Carlos Sanchez getting sent off and the injuries we picked up aren't helpful for our semi final against Liverpool. :(

    Pleased to win though. Great effort from the lads today. UTV! :)
  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    WHAT A WIN

    Absolutely fantastic result. No idea what on earth we're going to put out against Pool next week though, already have loads of injuries and then today Clark/Gabby get one with Sanchez getting sent off.
  • Farlz
    8347 posts League Winner
    Love Tim



    I slated him a lot under Lambert but since Tim has come in he's been 10x better, wouldn't be too bad on a free
  • WFCBagnall
    69554 posts Moderator
    I wouldn't say we are rivals ;)
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