Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce is over the defeat at Wolves and has told the league-leaders: ‘There’s a long way to go yet’Bruce’s troops take on Fulham today at Villa Park in the hope of bouncing back from a disappointing defeat at Molineux where the hosts cruised to a 2-0 win. The manager isn’t fazed by the defeat, though, and plans to continue tracking the table-toppers who are only seven points above his seventh-placed side.
New contract for CallumCallum O'HareCallum O’Hare has signed a new two-year deal at Aston Villa, the Birmingham Mail can reveal.The 19-year-old Bodymoor Heath Academy has pledged his long-term future to the club after making a breakthrough into the first-team this year.O’Hare, who has been at Villa since the age of eight, had been in discussions over a new deal for the past few months.And he has today put pen-to-paper ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Fulham.O’Hare came off the bench in the 2-0...
Steve Bruce has made one change to his starting line-up for today's clash with Fulham. Josh Onomah comes in to replace Keinan Davis up front as Bruce looks for a response after falling to defeat at Wolves last weekend. The manager has avoided wholesale changes and has largely stuck with the side that had performed so well in September. This is the confirmed line-up: Johnstone, Elmohamady, Terry, Chester, Hutton, Snodgrass, Hourihane, Whelan, Adomah, Kodjia.
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