Date: 25th April 2019 at 6:40am
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On Wednesday afternoon, the Professional Footballers Association revealed their Championship Team of the Year for the campaign of 2018/19.

With Aston Villa flying high in recent months and setting a new club record of ten wins on the spin, duo Jack Grealish and Tammy Abraham have been pivotal in the turn of form under head coach Dean Smith as we re-established ourselves back in the race for promotion via the Play-Off spots.

On loan Abraham has been a revelation up front for us, scoring 25 goals and providing three assists across his 37 games and the 21-year-old had already beaten Peter Withe’s single season record, and brought himself level with Andy Gray’s tally of 25 from the 1976/77 campaign.

Grealish needs no introduction as since returning from injury he’s now wearing the skippers’ armband with pride and 31 appearances of his own, he’s contributed six goals and six assists, but his importance stretches far beyond those statistics.

Had we had him for longer, fellow loanee Tyrone Mings would’ve been a good shout to make that a trio in my humble, but how John McGinn missed out is absolutely beyond me.

 
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4 Replies to “Villa Duo Get PFA Nod After Fantastic 2018/19 Impact But It’s Criminal It Wasn’t A Trio”

  • Whoever makes these ‘teams of the year’ are idiots with no clue to be fair, Prem team of the year has Pogba in it FFS! Maybe if McGinn lost the ball and jogged back like he didn’t give a shit and sulked like a baby when he didn’t get his own way then he could have made one of these teams too……….

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