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Aston Villa heads for 2020/2021 English Premier League title.

Aston Villa FC of England managed to escape regulation last season in the 2019/2020 football season, with a poor run of form finishing the season at 17 position with 35 points from 38 games. The league was also halted due Coronavirus pandemic that also affected the team which they were really yo ensure the stay in the league. 

Dean Smith then needed to reposition things at club my scouting for players ahead of the new football season which saw the signing of Bertrand Traore from Lyon, Emiliano Martinez from Arsenal, Matty Cash, Ollie Watkins, then a loan move for Chelsea Ross Barkley was all that the coach needed for the 2020/2021 season which has paid off.

The Coach, Dean Smith was happy to have made a history after Aston Villa defeated Leicester City on Sunday night. The victory saw the club equalling a feat last managed in the 1930/1931 campaign.

Ross Barkley’s injury time winner left the Head Coach delighted with his side’s work.

He said: “I said to the players at the start of the season that we’re all about trying to make history.

“We did it in my first season winning ten games and we stayed up last season. It’s important we keep our feet firmly on the ground and stay humble.

“This is a big result for us because I’ve got so much admiration for Brendan Rodgers and his team. I felt last season they were a top four team.

“To come here, keep a clean and play as well as we did is very pleasing.”

“The last time we played here was pre-lockdown and we walked off the pitch with a 4-0 defeat,” he said.

“The turnaround has been excellent. It’s not just been me – it’s been my whole staff and the players.”

The victory at the king power stadium ensure that Aston Villa have a perfect record and promise to crest history my wining the 2020/2021 Football season in England after thrashing current champions 7-2 at Villa Park

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