After conceding a lot of goals in recent matches and suffering three consecutive defeats, Aston Villa were extremely satisfied to take a point from the match against Swansea according to the manager Paul Lambert.

Lambert, who took over from Alex McLeish in the summer, recently saw his team concede 15 goals in the last three matches that has put relegation once again the forefront at Villa Park. Even though Villa conceded two more goals against Swansea, they were able to come away with a point after having drawn the match 2-2. Villa could have easily taken three points had it not been for a late equaliser from Swansea.


The Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has described that the summer signing Christian Benteke is a special type of player. The 21-year-old scored in the recent match against Reading to give Aston Villa all three points and also some respite from the immediate threat of relegation.

When the manager Paul Lambert arrived at the club in the summer, he stated that the England international Darren Bent was one of the important members of the squad. He also made the £ 24 million signing his captain, but the former Tottenham striker has rarely featured in recent weeks.


The Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has said that he is extremely disappointed following the 2-0 defeat suffered at the hands of Tottenham during the weekend.

Aston Villa were coming into the match on the back of what appeared to be a good run of form, which has seen the side slowly get back of the table. However, this defeat once again puts the brakes on the revolution from the manager Paul Lambert. The former Norwich city manager took the stage decision once again to leave out the star striker Darren Bent from the starting line-up.


The Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has said that he has arrived at the club in order to make a seismic shift in the policy of the club.

As a result, he has said that fans cannot expect instant success because of the problems that the club has faced in the last few seasons. Due to these problems, Paul Lambert has to make a lot of changes. One of the major aspects that needs to be modified will be the squad and its depth. After spending a lot of money on the Martin O'Neill, Aston Villa have become extremely reluctant to spend more money in search of success.

Hutton will fight for Villa place

Scottish defender Alan Hutton is hopeful of being able to force his way back into the reckoning at Aston Villa after finding himself frozen out under the club’s new manager Paul Lambert.

Lambert made little secret of the fact that the former Rangers and Tottenham player was one of those he would have been keen to sell in order to raise funds for rebuilding the team, and since the start of the new season Hutton has found himself out in the cold.

Not only is he not part of the manager’s first team plans, but he is not being allowed to train with them; a state of affairs that will have neutrals and those of a betting persuasion sceptical over his intentions to win over the new manager and regain his first team place.


Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has said that the former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton is free to search for a new club after being deemed surplus to requirements at Villa Park. He has been linked to a move to Anfield by a Liverpool fanzine.

The future of the 27-year-old has been under intense speculation for the last few weeks, with many reports suggesting that Lambert would like to replace him with the signing of his own. As expected, Lambert made the signing of Matthew Lawton, who is expected to be the first choice right back for the team. The former Tottenham defender Alan Hutton joined the club on a permanent basis only recently.


Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan has decided to sign a new contract with his current club rather than join the championship club Hull city. It is thought that Hull city manager Steve Bruce was extremely interested in bringing the American International to the KC stadium.

He was out of contract at the end of last season, which made him an ideal place for the Championship club, who are struggling with finances of late after having dropped out from the Premier league. The 27-year-old, though, has now announced that he has re-signed with the club after agreeing a three-year deal.

Rooney strike takes England through

It was simplefor England at the start of the game; Win or draw against Ukrainian, shorn of potent striker Andriy Shevchenko at the start and they were through. England recalled their own talisman in the shape of Wayne Rooney for Andy Carroll but Hodgson’s men were firmly on the back foot for much of the first 45 minutes.

The host nation gave everything, knowing they had to win and at one point had seven attempts on goal before England had registered a shot of their own.

At every opportunity, the ball was being sprayed out on to the flanks and as the crosses rained in on Joe Hart’s goal, Andriy Yarmolenko had the best opportunities to open the scoring but the Three Lions keeper was equal to his efforts.


Aston Villa have decided to release three members of their first-team squad after deciding not to offer the new contracts.

Aston Villa recently revealed on their website that former England striker Emile Heskey, Carlos Cuellar, and Brad Guzan will be the players leaving the club once their contract expires next month.

The 34-year-old Emile Heskey was signed by former Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill back in 2009. However, he has failed to live up to the expectations and will now be allowed to search for a new club after the end of this month. It is not a surprise decision given that the former Liverpool striker said a few weeks back that he expects his Aston Villa departure sooner rather than later.


Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish has said that he clearly has the support of the owner Randy Lerner, as the dark clouds surrounding the club refuses to vanish.

With only three games remaining in the Premier league season, Aston Villa are currently just three points above the relegation zone.

Hence, there is a real danger of the club going into the Championship this season, which would mean huge financial implications for the club. Randy Lerner was extremely concerned about the financial situation of the club following the free spending times under Martin O'Neill that Alex McLeish was appointed in order to be a safe pair of hands.


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