Date: 9th April 2018 at 6:40am
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Academy graduate Jack Grealish has been challenged to ‘have a word’ with Aston Villa’s miss firing seniors following yet another defeat to Norwich City last weekend.

Having lost 3-1 at Carrow Road in our last Championship encountered, Grealish took to twitter as he often does.

Grealish was of course one of few players to come out of the game with some credit for his efforts and he did score our consolation strike on the day.

Fans clearly appreciated his message and although the importance of the upcoming Cardiff City clash was a subject of debate, many fans called on Jack to ‘have a word’ with his teammates to get them back on track.

As for the subject of whether or not Cardiff City remains a huge game next midweek, I think it probably takes on even more importance now given our form and the way we are slipping behind Fulham in the play-off spots, but some appear to think it’s now a dead rubber.

Back over to the players and hopefully a performance that can make fans proud again and get us back on track.


2 Replies to “Villa Star Challenged To Have A Word”

  • Gulp! At this stage of the season, we should be firing on all cylinders, not having a word with players.

  • Couldn’t agree more JP. The time for action is now not words. Some of our so-called star performers have gone awol just when we need them. I really can’t bring myself to watch the game on Tuesday because if it is like the last few games I will probably throw something huge through my tv screen and that would mean the missus missing out on Corrie and I would be waking up the next morning minus my appendage. Joking apart I can’t stand the stress of watching so if I don’t watch and at the end of the game we have beaten them 3-0 then my faith will be restored. However knowing my luck it will probably be another loss or a draw and my mental state cannot take this.

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