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“OMG” “Project Europa League” – These Villa Fans Get A Little Bit Excited As Key Player Pens Extension


With Aston Villa preparing for our 2020/21 Premier League kick off this evening against Sheffield United, the club slightly blindsided us a short ago this afternoon and announced that centre half Tyrone Mings had signed a new deal seeing him through until the summer of 2024.

After a fabulous loan spell with us as we won promotion back to the top flight, Mings wasn’t the only player to have a mixed time of things last year as we adjusted back to the pace and the subtle differences between the divisions that really count, and he was of course rewarded with England duty as well.

Since coming in from Bournemouth in a Β£25million – all in – deal, the 27-year-old has made 55 appearances for us so far, scoring four times – 37 of those last year.

Another nice boost as Mings should only improve again this year after 2019/20’s experiences and learning curve, and it certainly hit the right note amongst the fans – now, top it off with our first three points.

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