Here’s the next installment of Headers & Volleys alternative look at the Premier League table. This week, Geographically speaking, The Perfect Game, He killed them with their love, What’s in a striker?, Efficiency not productivity the key and of course, the latest instalment of Who is Martin Jol?
Tune in later today for our window watch where we will probably watch a window.
Here’s the next installment of Headers & Volleys alternative look at the Premier League table. This week, You can’t win anything with kids…, Kick a man whilst he’s down why don’t ya?, Just don’t tell Roman, What week is this? along with the latest installment of Just who is… Martin Jol?
Welcome to our new weekly Premier League table update. We’ll be posting the team standings each Wednesday and also imparting some really thorough insight into what is going on behind, in front and to the side of the scenes at each of England’s top clubs. This week; ‘Aguero in ‘can play football’ shocker‘, ‘Military Intervention-on-Trent’, ‘Liverpool’s Tactical Revolution’, ‘Wenger Sees’ and ‘The Steve Bruce Whispers… Episode 1’.
by Liam Barnes
The English summer is, at the best of times, a mixed bag: any brief break in the clouds leads to clogged-up roads, masses of people heading for the same place and hysterical news. Other than that, it rains. A lot.
Such a summary encapsulates the summer for most Aston Villa fans quite nicely, as any time a spell of good news has appeared over the horizon, it meets a bank of high pressure and big money blowing in and, before you know it, it’s pissing down once again. For many Villans, having so nearly made the great getaway to the sunny climes of the Champions’ League under Martin O’Neill 12 months ago, the future forecasts look decidedly grim.
In the past few weeks we’ve witnessed West Ham United and Nottingham Forest praised across a variety of media for the swift, efficient appointment of managers seemingly perfectly positioned to restore these formerly big clubs back to the big time. Certainly a small section of the fans of both clubs have had their misgivings but these pale in comparison to what Aston Villa fans are experiencing right now.