Date: 24th September 2018 at 7:07am
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Having fallen to defeat to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday afternoon, it didn’t take much intelligence to know how that would go across with the Aston Villa fan base.

Manager Steve Bruce’s words following the Rotherham United victory was the only motivation some needed as they felt targeted by his comments and whilst it’s always fair to say the internet can contain the seemingly loudest and most vociferous fans, and it is a microcosm of a section of fans, when that section aligns with the Villa Park faithful in their concern and dissatisfaction – the gig is up and usually only a matter of time.

With every passing game that is now becoming true as more and more turn as the crowd Bruce listens to, by his own admission, send a louder message of their own.

Bruce maintains you can’t please everyone, the apparent majority would be a start and he expects Villa Park to erupt pre-game if fans want him out – let’s not let it get to that stage please, for everyone’s sanity.

Oh, and credit to the social media team, we’re making them work incredibly hard and the above message almost makes the game sound better than it actually was.

 

4 Replies to ““He’s Being An Idiot” “For The Good Of The Club” – Predictable Response From These Villa Fans & They Aren’t Alone”

  • His ego is going to cost us big time. He knows JEDINAK ain’t good enough but because the fans have said so he thinks he knows better and won’t want to give him. He needs to go asap. We need a foreigner manager or Dean Smith who understands how to play modern football and not 1970’s hoof ball and run around as much as you can. He is a manager of the past like Lambert, Allardyce, Moyes, Pardew. No more British managers except Dean Smith or Eddie Howe (who obviously wouldn’t come to us)

  • Really can’t understand why he persists with Jedinak at CB when Tuanzebe had a good game against Blackburn. If SB thinks we are being critical can he not understand we want to get promoted and at the moment this isn’t going to happen. The Bristol game on Friday will be crucial and if we lose or draw this then that should be the end of his reign. As commented earlier we have a really good squad but under his leadership we just cant get a winning run together. When managers start criticising the supporters then it means something big time is wrong. How long will the new CEO and owners put up with this?

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