Aston Villa’s form has dramatically improved after the appointment of Steve Bruce as the replacement for Roberto di Matteo.
The former Hull City manager came to Villa Park after being out of the job since the start of the season. Bruce was the first candidate to replace di Matteo and it has not taken long for him to make an impact. The Championship outfit have been unbeaten since he came to the club in the recently registered a 1-1 draw with arch rivals Birmingham City at the St Andrews. Even though it is only a draw, it is a mightily important result for the team considering that it was against their rivals.
One of the struggles for Villa continue to be defending as they have kept only one clean sheet in the last four games. Still, Gary Gardner is extremely happy with the team has been functioning in the last two matches. He says that Bruce gives a lot of confidence to the players which was simply not existent before. Gardner says that Bruce differentiates himself from the predecessor by instilling believe that wins will eventually come and that defeats are almost impossible.