Date: 7th August 2018 at 3:53pm
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Weren’t we all a little happier at the fulltime whistle in last night’s victory at the KCOM Stadium over Hull City.

With some old concerns coming out ahead of the game when fans saw the first team sheet for the year, Hull taking the lead seven minutes into the match certainly didn’t help our summer frayed spirits, but then we sort of remembered how to play football.

Tommy Elphick celebrated his return to the side by getting us back on level terms and Ahmed Elmohamady gave us the lead with 20 minutes remaining. The Scottish Cafu finished the night off for us, with a Lionel Messi like dribble before hitting the back of the net to give is an opening day 3-1 win.

Now, it wasn’t a great performance and we can all pick out issues, but it wasn’t as bad as many thought it might be. There were signs of improvement and things coming together – even if the main one was we didn’t fold when we conceded which remained prevalent last year despite where we finished.

That confidence and depression from our relegation campaign seems completely gone so now it’s over to manager Steve Bruce and the players to improve further in an attacking philosophy.

It’s only one game, it’ll decide nothing but the outlook always looks brighter after three points.

One man clearly takes the headlines from the game though.


2 Replies to “God Tells Aston Villa The Hard Work Starts Now – But Great Three Points”

  • after what the club has put us through, the sun is finally coming out. get snoddy back,negredo for ‘fast asleep’ kodjia bryan for’ which way are we playing? ‘ taylor. all i want now is a; (automatic promotion,b; messi,a new north stand. please sort out the grealish saga after his performance at hull, i’m not fussed where he goes. just get the right ones in.

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