May 20th, 2016 by index
The Aston Villa is in the news.
Its takeover is coming to an end with Damien Cornolli to be appointed to the role of technical director. Cornolli will return to football on English grounds is being speculated by many.
Aston Villa is bided for a takeover. A Chinese consortium is the buyer. The buyout is imminent in the coming days. The deal is rumored to be around 75 million Euros. It is to be completed by Randy Lerner, the present owner of the club. By this deal Lerner will be washing his hands of the West Midlands club
. As per the Chinese owners, Damien Cornolli would be leading the operations of the club. This was informed to the media sources. Cornolli is currently 43 years of age. He left playing for Liverpool in the year 2012. He has been out of the game since. His last position was as director of football for the team.
Lerner on the other hand, is ready to sell up the club. Cornolli has had experience at Tottenham as well as St Etienne. He arrived at Anfield in 2010 in November. He oversaw the signing of Gareth Bale to Spurs team as well as Luis Suarez who went to join Liverpool. He has studied the setup of the Villa’s team. He would be conducting an overhaul of the team at Villa Park. Continue reading ‘Aston Villa Is Taken Over By A Chinese Grouprgb’
November 15th, 2015 by index
The Algerian winger of Leicester City, Riyad Mahrez has kicked off the new season of the Premier League in a superb form as he has scored 4 goals in 3 matches for his club and he has attracted the interest of Barcelona as the Spanish outfit want to sign him but it doesn’t seem like it’s going to happen as Claudio Ranieri stated that Riyad Mahrez is not for sale.
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have also been linked with the Algerian and this is proof of just how much attention Riyad Mahrez has been attracting thanks to his impressive performers in these early stages of the season.
Leicester City’s Claudio Ranieri shut down all the rumors involving Riyad Mahrez with a possible move to another club as the Italian manager told the media: “We don’t sell him so there is no price. We won’t sell him so it’s much better if other clubs don’t ask. I look at Riyad when we don’t have the ball; I’m trying to help him become a complete player and that is my job. I want to improve him in the offensive line. He is improving every day, it’s important for him because he can get better. He’s young and only 24’’ Continue reading ‘Riyad Mahrez is not for salergb’
June 27th, 2015 by index
Former Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish says that he expects Tim Sherwood to be a success at Aston Villa after having witnessed the club avoid relegation comfortably and also reach the FA Cup final last season.
Sherwood was appointed as the replacement for Paul Lambert midway through the last season. Immediately upon his arrival, results showed a distinct improvement while Villa started playing better football. However, the former Tottenham manager has a big job on his hands to keep star striker Christian Benteke at the club next season. The 15 goals scored by the forward was important in keeping the club in the Premier League.
McLeish had a stint at Villa a few years ago before being replaced by Lambert. It was during the regime of the former Birmingham manager that the club slipped quite regularly into the drop zone. It appears that they have not recovered from it since then. Sherwood, though, cannot be blamed much since he was appointed just a few months after the close of the relegation zone. Even though Villa reached the final of the FA Cup, they were unable to end their trophy drought in this competition after being beaten 4-0 by Arsenal. There have been numerous transfer rumours surrounding Benteke during the off-season. Continue reading ‘Alex McLeish says that he expects Tim Sherwood to be a success at Aston Villargb’
April 29th, 2015 by admin
April 2nd, 2015 by index
Its amazing how Tim Sherwood has come in and generated spark in the Aston Villa camp.
Playing against Sunderland the other evening, Villa did not look like a team which had lost 9 out of their 13 away games in the season.
Within first half an hour in that game, they had slammed 4 goals, one after the other; as if they were keen to send a signal to the tournament that they were ready to play a different brand of Football under their new boss.
The sword is still hanging on Villa though as far as demotion is concerned. They are just one defeat away from getting back to that bottom zone again, but, that’s not a concern for Sherwood.
He wants his boys to be as attacking as they can without worrying about the consequences.
According to Sherwood, it’s very important to bring the wingers more into play and use the speed. Continue reading ‘Tim Sherwood generated Spark in Aston Villa Camprgb’