Aston Villa Ready to Fight for Promotion Next Season, Says Steve Bruce

Aston Villahave been one of the best teams in the Championship over the last few weeks.


After having struggled for form early on in the campaign, manager Steve Bruce has been able to get the players functioning as expected. The club has been able to make significant inroads into the top half of the table. Even though they are now closer towards the championship top 10 than ever before, it may not result in promotion back to the Premier league. The club are several points behind Sheffield Wednesday, who occupy the final play-off spot. As a result, manager Steve Bruce is targeting promotion for the club next season.

Steve Bruce Expects Even More from Aston Villa after Fourth Win in Five

Just a few weeks after Steve Bruce admitted that Aston Villa may have to give up on the promotion hopes, the club have been able to dramatically rise up the table.


A run of four wins in the last five games has seen Villa move to 12th in the table. The prospect of finishing in the top six, which gives access to the play-offs, has been immensely boosted as a result of this run. Manager Steve Bruce, though, is expecting even more from his players, as he says that the club can improve even further. The 1-0 win over Derby County towards the end of February brought an end to a winless run that had stretched to nine league games.
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Aston Villa Faces Sturn Warning

There’s been a warning issued to Aston Villa after one of the teenage players of its junior squad lodged his grievance against his coach to the Premier League authorities.


According to that teenager, who is not willing for his name to be made public, the words used by the coach for him and several of his mates were totally unacceptable, insulting and morale-depleting.
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Bruce Identifies Attack as the Key Problem for Aston Villa

Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce is that the big problem affecting the club’s push for a promotion spot is the inability to score goals.


Bruce arrived at the new Aston Villa manager a few months ago. He replaced former Chelsea manager Roberto di Matteo, who had made a poor start to the campaign. Villa started the Championship season with the aim of being promoted to the Premier League straight away. However, the team are finding it extremely difficult to adjust to the new league. The club are 16th in the table after having suffered a loss in the last four games.
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Steve Bruce has lost his patience with Ross McCormack

joss McCormack is a 30 year old Scottish striker who has been performing with Aston Villa since August of 2016 but even though it has only been around 5 months since he joined the English Championship club, McCormack is already in hot water with the manager Steve Bruce.


Since joining Aston Villa, Ross McCormack has missed out from around 5 training sessions of his club and Steve Bruce wants the Scottish player to have a better attitude and be more serious when it comes to practicing and training with the rest of his teammates.
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Steve Bruce Aware of Immense Problems at Aston Villa

Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce is that he is well aware of the difficulties at the club, but he is determined to find a way to bring success Villa Park.


The club were relegated from the Premier League after more than two decades of enjoying top-flight football. Regarded as one of the most successful club’s in English football, they have certainly struggled a lot in recent years. Former owner Randy Lerner has been heavily criticised for this decline and this led to the ownership change this season. However, the club continue to struggle on and off the field.
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Steve Bruce Relieved to Get Comeback Win against Blackburn

Ever since Steve Bruce took over as the new Aston Villa manager from Roberto di Matteo, the club’s fortunes have been on the up.


The club are undefeated in the last five matches and it has seen them rise up to 14th in the Championship. Manager Steve Bruce saw his team get a 2-1 win over Blackburn Rovers during the weekend. Incredibly, this was the third victory in four games for the club. They only dropped points against Birmingham City – in the Midlands derby – during this period. Bruce was especially relieved after the Blackburn game, as he felt that it was a big test for his team.

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