Writer: Site Staff
Date:Friday March 9 2007
In the 9,452,120th article to come from a player about the Aston Villa takeover, Thomas Sorensen has given his opinion on the matter.
Sorensen told the official site of his feeling that the club was now moving in the right direction, and even found time to praise Doug Ellis for his efforts during Deadly's reign (of terror?)...kind of.
The lack of team fitness and injury-prone nature of our team from last season has also been made apparently by our top keeper.
'The change now is for the better. The club really needed something to happen - especially at the top.
'Doug Ellis did a fantastic job for the club but sometimes you need change. There was a lot going on at the end of last season and the beginning of this season with reductions.
HOWEVER, Tommy then went on to say...
'We couldn't even have a masseur, we couldn't have this and that. It really was very hard to see where the club was going. It looks a lot brighter now.
'As soon as everything happened, a lot of things cleared and the positive attitude at the club was reinstated which was very important.'
One interesting question I will pose to Villa fans, do you want Denmark's number 1 to be a part of the future?
Date:Friday March 9 2007
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