Etouffe in the forum:
Over the last several weeks as Villa fans we have been hitting everyone with a stick!
Everyone has an opinion about GH or MON or what should have been done or has been done or what should be done by Randy.
It's also kind of a mixed bag on the senior players who are seen now as trouble makers or just not motivated enough to play for Villa any longer.
So as I hear all the moaning and complaining here and other places a question has come to mind (I know if you got to this point your screaming out with it already!)
Who in the team currently, that is not on the to fragile of an ego to preform list, should step up and become a positive vocal leader for the team?
Petrov, who has been the captain has not really said much and a lot have questioned his captain skills on the pitch.
Gabby, who has been injured a lot in recent months and is not the prolific goal scorer we want but never the less committed to the team, or so he says.
Ash, who really has loads of talent when he wants to and has been a consistent performer over the last few years.
Downing, who has been much better this year but still not really accepted by some of the fans.
One of the young guys, Marc, Barry, Eric, Ciaran, Jonathan, Nathan, Fabian?
The above players are basically what is the core of the team right now. I believe that one or two of these players could really take the bull by the horns and push the core of players on to the next level but who is going to have the balls to do it?
Right now would be a great time for one of them to just say, enough of this Crap, we are going to buy into the system and we are going to get others to buy into the system and we are going to push ahead come hell or high water.
Who is going to have the pride and the leadership to bring others with him no matter who the manger is!
Do we have someone in the group above? will be have to bring someone in? Hard to tell but I think more then anything else right now we need someone to step up and not with just quotes for the paper but someone who Commands and Demands respect by his team mates and for his team mates.
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Manager Tim Sherwood has spoken of his disappointment - and shouldered the blame - for today's one nil loss to Stoke City.
All the stats from Aston Villa (0) vs (1) Stoke, Villa Park, 3/10/15 Att: 33,189
Statistics, damn lies and Aston Villa..
Bit of a mix and match today from manager Tim Sherwood's pre Stoke press conference.
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