Aston Villa

13th Championship | 8-7-11
  • Goals For
    20th
    26 GF
  • Assists
    18th
    18 GA
  • Shots
    15th
    214 Shots
  • Saves
    19th
    59 SAV
  • VIDEO: Rooney’s best goals for Man United as record looms
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    VIDEO: Rooney’s best goals for Man United as record looms

    It looks like the stage is perfectly set for Wayne Rooney to become Manchester United’s all-time leading goalscorer on Sunday. Man United host bitter rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford (Watch live, 11 a.m. ET on NBCSN and online via NBCSports.com) with Rooney having equaled Sir Bobby Charlton’s record of 249 goals and needing one more goal to become the all-time leading scorer in United’s illustrious history. [ STREAM: Every PL game live ]  In the video above we look at the best goals Rooney, the current captain of United and the English national team, has scored throughout his glittering United career. The 31-year-old, who has has spent 13 years with the Red Devils, is a boyhood Everton fan would

  • How can Steve Bruce fix Aston Villa without any signings?
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    How can Steve Bruce fix Aston Villa without any signings?

    Signings are a massive luxury. Most teams aren’t in the position to splurge in the same manner that Aston Villa under Dr. Xia are. But can an influx of signings be a bad idea? We Villa fans will know that all too well - having dealt with two summers worth of them. Under Sherwood, Villa got nowhere and under Di Matteo, Villa got somewhere worthless. Steve Bruce and Steve Round are looking to change that, but should they look within the team first? My answer - yes. This is not a scenario that has paid any dividends at all for Aston Villa. The summer splurges of seasons past tells me to beware a winter spend. Ask yourself, what problem have Aston Villa actually solved with their spending over the

  • Watford’s Deeney pays emotional tribute to Graham Taylor
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    Watford’s Deeney pays emotional tribute to Graham Taylor

    There wasn’t much to say about a ho-hum match between Watford and Middlesbrough at Vicarage Road, which suits Hornets captain Troy Deeney just fine. Deeney wanted to discuss the passing of Watford’s legendary coach, Graham Taylor, who died of a suspected heart attack this week. A former England and Aston Villa manager as well, the legendary Taylor had a strong career at Watford that saw the Hornets rise from the fourth division to a second-place finish in the top flight within five seasons. Think about that. From the BBC: “Today was more about Graham Taylor and not the result. It would have been nice to get a winner and dedicate it to him. “You could see how emotional everyone was and it showed