The Wheels Have NOT Come Off Villa
Despite what you may think, the wheels have not fallen off.
WOW the doomsayers come out in droves when things start to look a little rough. I do have to say though there are a few who are holding steady and have some patience
Rome wasn't built in a day folks and its not going to happen overnight for sure. Mon said he would have to see the guys play and evaluate and I think that is what he is doing. He is giving the young guys a try and some of the others a look to see if they fit in the plans. Better to lose a few now, then lose allot after January.
Regardless of who we get during the window I think you will start to see better football and better line-ups post window. And although I see some complaints now about the younger guys on the first team I feel that they will be providing a good amount of talent for the rest of this year and into next.
Now I will admit I am new to following Aston Villa and the EPL in general but I am a sports fan and I do follow quite a few sports. I have seen this play out before and a good finish is not out of the question by any means and Villa will be far and away a better team at the end of the year then they were at the end of last.
I have seen some very passionate posts (in the Vital Villa forum) both pro and con and I know there is a great fan base here and many of you know and WAY more about this sport and this team then I will ever know. I hope though that you can keep things upbeat as fans. Try and see the positive even though the hard times and I think you will be rewarded for it
I know its quite a bit for a first post but I figured what the heck. Hate to see the great feeling from early in the season go to pot!
By new member Etouffee, from New Iberia, Louisiana USA