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Aston Villa Fan View: Promotion charge is halted - but not over
Aston Villa Fan View: Promotion charge is halted - but not over
Aston Villa Fan View: Promotion charge is halted - but not over
Championship roundup: Brentford blast five past Birmingham City while Aston Villa miss chance to go second
Championship roundup: Brentford blast five past Birmingham City while Aston Villa miss chance to go second
Championship roundup: Brentford blast five past Birmingham City while Aston Villa miss chance to go second
Championship roundup: Brentford blast five past Birmingham City while Aston Villa miss chance to go second
Championship roundup: Brentford blast five past Birmingham City while Aston Villa miss chance to go second
Championship roundup: Brentford blast five past Birmingham City while Aston Villa miss chance to go second
Championship roundup: Brentford blast five past Birmingham City while Aston Villa miss chance to go second
Championship roundup: Brentford blast five past Birmingham City while Aston Villa miss chance to go second
Championship roundup: Brentford blast five past Birmingham City while Aston Villa miss chance to go second
With Wolves and Cardiff City not in action on Tuesday, Preston North End denied Steve Bruce's Aston Villa a place in the top two.
Championship Review: Villa miss chance to move into promotion places
With Wolves and Cardiff City not in action on Tuesday, Preston North End denied Steve Bruce's Aston Villa a place in the top two.
Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye has signed a new four-year deal at the club. Contract talks have been continuing throughout this season, with manager Sam Allardyce saying retaining the Senegalese midfielder is ‘fantastic for the club’. “Everton is the right place for me and this is why I have signed my new deal,” said the 28-year-old midfielder. “I am very happy to sign a new contract with Everton. It is great for me. “I love the fans here. They have been great to me. They made it easy for me to sign this contract. Of course, I spoke with my family and my agent, but the love of the fans was really important and this is a really good thing for me. “I have enjoyed immensely my time so far at the club, I enjoy working with the manager, his staff and the players here and we are really determined to finish the season strongly. Gueye is settled on Merseyside Credit: Reuters “We will keep working hard to build on our home record and try to get the same results or similar away from home, too. I believe in my team and I believe in this club.” Gueye signed for £7 million from Aston Villa in August 2016. Allardyce is delighted to have secured the player for the longer-term. “I’m really pleased that Idrissa has signed a new deal. He’s been terrific since I’ve been here and it’s fantastic for the club,” he said. My favourite ever Premier League player “I love his attitude, the way he enjoys his football, the dedication and focus with which he trains every day and always with a smile on his face. “It’s great that he’s committed long-term to Everton and he will enjoy some of his best football here in the years ahead.” Everton have just returned from a break in Dubai ahead of this weekend's trip to Watford in the Premier League.
Idrissa Gueye signs new Everton deal until summer of 2022
Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye has signed a new four-year deal at the club. Contract talks have been continuing throughout this season, with manager Sam Allardyce saying retaining the Senegalese midfielder is ‘fantastic for the club’. “Everton is the right place for me and this is why I have signed my new deal,” said the 28-year-old midfielder. “I am very happy to sign a new contract with Everton. It is great for me. “I love the fans here. They have been great to me. They made it easy for me to sign this contract. Of course, I spoke with my family and my agent, but the love of the fans was really important and this is a really good thing for me. “I have enjoyed immensely my time so far at the club, I enjoy working with the manager, his staff and the players here and we are really determined to finish the season strongly. Gueye is settled on Merseyside Credit: Reuters “We will keep working hard to build on our home record and try to get the same results or similar away from home, too. I believe in my team and I believe in this club.” Gueye signed for £7 million from Aston Villa in August 2016. Allardyce is delighted to have secured the player for the longer-term. “I’m really pleased that Idrissa has signed a new deal. He’s been terrific since I’ve been here and it’s fantastic for the club,” he said. My favourite ever Premier League player “I love his attitude, the way he enjoys his football, the dedication and focus with which he trains every day and always with a smile on his face. “It’s great that he’s committed long-term to Everton and he will enjoy some of his best football here in the years ahead.” Everton have just returned from a break in Dubai ahead of this weekend's trip to Watford in the Premier League.
Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye has signed a new four-year deal at the club. Contract talks have been continuing throughout this season, with manager Sam Allardyce saying retaining the Senegalese midfielder is ‘fantastic for the club’. “Everton is the right place for me and this is why I have signed my new deal,” said the 28-year-old midfielder. “I am very happy to sign a new contract with Everton. It is great for me. “I love the fans here. They have been great to me. They made it easy for me to sign this contract. Of course, I spoke with my family and my agent, but the love of the fans was really important and this is a really good thing for me. “I have enjoyed immensely my time so far at the club, I enjoy working with the manager, his staff and the players here and we are really determined to finish the season strongly. Gueye is settled on Merseyside Credit: Reuters “We will keep working hard to build on our home record and try to get the same results or similar away from home, too. I believe in my team and I believe in this club.” Gueye signed for £7 million from Aston Villa in August 2016. Allardyce is delighted to have secured the player for the longer-term. “I’m really pleased that Idrissa has signed a new deal. He’s been terrific since I’ve been here and it’s fantastic for the club,” he said. My favourite ever Premier League player “I love his attitude, the way he enjoys his football, the dedication and focus with which he trains every day and always with a smile on his face. “It’s great that he’s committed long-term to Everton and he will enjoy some of his best football here in the years ahead.” Everton have just returned from a break in Dubai ahead of this weekend's trip to Watford in the Premier League.
Idrissa Gueye signs new Everton deal until summer of 2022
Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye has signed a new four-year deal at the club. Contract talks have been continuing throughout this season, with manager Sam Allardyce saying retaining the Senegalese midfielder is ‘fantastic for the club’. “Everton is the right place for me and this is why I have signed my new deal,” said the 28-year-old midfielder. “I am very happy to sign a new contract with Everton. It is great for me. “I love the fans here. They have been great to me. They made it easy for me to sign this contract. Of course, I spoke with my family and my agent, but the love of the fans was really important and this is a really good thing for me. “I have enjoyed immensely my time so far at the club, I enjoy working with the manager, his staff and the players here and we are really determined to finish the season strongly. Gueye is settled on Merseyside Credit: Reuters “We will keep working hard to build on our home record and try to get the same results or similar away from home, too. I believe in my team and I believe in this club.” Gueye signed for £7 million from Aston Villa in August 2016. Allardyce is delighted to have secured the player for the longer-term. “I’m really pleased that Idrissa has signed a new deal. He’s been terrific since I’ve been here and it’s fantastic for the club,” he said. My favourite ever Premier League player “I love his attitude, the way he enjoys his football, the dedication and focus with which he trains every day and always with a smile on his face. “It’s great that he’s committed long-term to Everton and he will enjoy some of his best football here in the years ahead.” Everton have just returned from a break in Dubai ahead of this weekend's trip to Watford in the Premier League.
​Ashley Young has responded to Roy Keane's claims that Manchester United's defenders are not of the required quality after ​Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup win over Huddersfield. The former Aston Villa man has been utilised as a left-back by manager Jose Mourinho this season, but Keane is clearly unconvinced. "They haven’t sorted out the defensive problems they have had over the last few years and that will continue," he told ITV - quoted by ​Metro. Roy Keane on Man United's defensive problems: "I...
Ashley Young Responds to Roy Keane's Criticism of Man Utd Defenders After Huddersfield Win
​Ashley Young has responded to Roy Keane's claims that Manchester United's defenders are not of the required quality after ​Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup win over Huddersfield. The former Aston Villa man has been utilised as a left-back by manager Jose Mourinho this season, but Keane is clearly unconvinced. "They haven’t sorted out the defensive problems they have had over the last few years and that will continue," he told ITV - quoted by ​Metro. Roy Keane on Man United's defensive problems: "I...
​Ashley Young has responded to Roy Keane's claims that Manchester United's defenders are not of the required quality after ​Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup win over Huddersfield. The former Aston Villa man has been utilised as a left-back by manager Jose Mourinho this season, but Keane is clearly unconvinced. "They haven’t sorted out the defensive problems they have had over the last few years and that will continue," he told ITV - quoted by ​Metro. Roy Keane on Man United's defensive problems: "I...
Ashley Young Responds to Roy Keane's Criticism of Man Utd Defenders After Huddersfield Win
​Ashley Young has responded to Roy Keane's claims that Manchester United's defenders are not of the required quality after ​Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup win over Huddersfield. The former Aston Villa man has been utilised as a left-back by manager Jose Mourinho this season, but Keane is clearly unconvinced. "They haven’t sorted out the defensive problems they have had over the last few years and that will continue," he told ITV - quoted by ​Metro. Roy Keane on Man United's defensive problems: "I...
​Ashley Young has responded to Roy Keane's claims that Manchester United's defenders are not of the required quality after ​Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup win over Huddersfield. The former Aston Villa man has been utilised as a left-back by manager Jose Mourinho this season, but Keane is clearly unconvinced. "They haven’t sorted out the defensive problems they have had over the last few years and that will continue," he told ITV - quoted by ​Metro. Roy Keane on Man United's defensive problems: "I...
Ashley Young Responds to Roy Keane's Criticism of Man Utd Defenders After Huddersfield Win
​Ashley Young has responded to Roy Keane's claims that Manchester United's defenders are not of the required quality after ​Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup win over Huddersfield. The former Aston Villa man has been utilised as a left-back by manager Jose Mourinho this season, but Keane is clearly unconvinced. "They haven’t sorted out the defensive problems they have had over the last few years and that will continue," he told ITV - quoted by ​Metro. Roy Keane on Man United's defensive problems: "I...
​Ashley Young has responded to Roy Keane's claims that Manchester United's defenders are not of the required quality after ​Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup win over Huddersfield. The former Aston Villa man has been utilised as a left-back by manager Jose Mourinho this season, but Keane is clearly unconvinced. "They haven’t sorted out the defensive problems they have had over the last few years and that will continue," he told ITV - quoted by ​Metro. Roy Keane on Man United's defensive problems: "I...
Ashley Young Responds to Roy Keane's Criticism of Man Utd Defenders After Huddersfield Win
​Ashley Young has responded to Roy Keane's claims that Manchester United's defenders are not of the required quality after ​Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup win over Huddersfield. The former Aston Villa man has been utilised as a left-back by manager Jose Mourinho this season, but Keane is clearly unconvinced. "They haven’t sorted out the defensive problems they have had over the last few years and that will continue," he told ITV - quoted by ​Metro. Roy Keane on Man United's defensive problems: "I...
Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0: Ryan Sessegnon strikes again to lift hosts into top six
Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0: Ryan Sessegnon strikes again to lift hosts into top six
Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0: Ryan Sessegnon strikes again to lift hosts into top six
Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0: Ryan Sessegnon strikes again to lift hosts into top six
Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0: Ryan Sessegnon strikes again to lift hosts into top six
Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0: Ryan Sessegnon strikes again to lift hosts into top six
Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0: Ryan Sessegnon strikes again to lift hosts into top six
Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0: Ryan Sessegnon strikes again to lift hosts into top six
Fulham 2 Aston Villa 0: Ryan Sessegnon strikes again to lift hosts into top six
Cardiff City climbed back into the Championship's top two after promotion rivals Aston Villa slipped up against Fulham.
Championship Review: Fulham end Villa run, Cardiff pounce
Cardiff City climbed back into the Championship's top two after promotion rivals Aston Villa slipped up against Fulham.
Soccer Football - Championship - Fulham vs Aston Villa - Craven Cottage, London, Britain - February 17, 2018 Aston Villa's John Terry gestures Action Images/Paul Childs
Championship - Fulham vs Aston Villa
Soccer Football - Championship - Fulham vs Aston Villa - Craven Cottage, London, Britain - February 17, 2018 Aston Villa's John Terry gestures Action Images/Paul Childs
Soccer Football - Championship - Fulham vs Aston Villa - Craven Cottage, London, Britain - February 17, 2018 Fulham's Floyd Ayite celebrates with team mates after scoring their second goal Action Images/Paul Childs
Championship - Fulham vs Aston Villa
Soccer Football - Championship - Fulham vs Aston Villa - Craven Cottage, London, Britain - February 17, 2018 Fulham's Floyd Ayite celebrates with team mates after scoring their second goal Action Images/Paul Childs
Soccer Football - Championship - Fulham vs Aston Villa - Craven Cottage, London, Britain - February 17, 2018 Aston Villa's John Terry and Stefan Johansen applaud the fans after the match Action Images/Paul Childs
Championship - Fulham vs Aston Villa
Soccer Football - Championship - Fulham vs Aston Villa - Craven Cottage, London, Britain - February 17, 2018 Aston Villa's John Terry and Stefan Johansen applaud the fans after the match Action Images/Paul Childs
Fulham boost their promotion hopes by ending Aston Villa’s winning run
Fulham boost their promotion hopes by ending Aston Villa’s winning run
Fulham boost their promotion hopes by ending Aston Villa’s winning run
Fulham boost their promotion hopes by ending Aston Villa’s winning run
Fulham boost their promotion hopes by ending Aston Villa’s winning run
Fulham boost their promotion hopes by ending Aston Villa’s winning run
Ryan Sessegnon sets Fulham on way to win over play-off rivals Aston Villa
Ryan Sessegnon sets Fulham on way to win over play-off rivals Aston Villa
Ryan Sessegnon sets Fulham on way to win over play-off rivals Aston Villa
Ryan Sessegnon of Fulham celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Aston Villa.
Ryan Sessegnon sets Fulham on way to win over play-off rivals Aston Villa
Ryan Sessegnon of Fulham celebrates after scoring the opening goal against Aston Villa.
Ryan Sessegnon sets Fulham on way to win over play-off rivals Aston Villa
Ryan Sessegnon sets Fulham on way to win over play-off rivals Aston Villa
Ryan Sessegnon sets Fulham on way to win over play-off rivals Aston Villa
How revived Grealish is dragging Aston Villa back to the top - and deserves an England call-up
How revived Grealish is dragging Aston Villa back to the top - and deserves an England call-up
How revived Grealish is dragging Aston Villa back to the top - and deserves an England call-up
John Terry will consider his future in May as he weighs up whether to extend his career for another year. Terry, the Aston Villa captain, has decided to delay his next move until the end of the season as he focuses on helping guide Steve Bruce’s team back to the Premier League. Telegraph Sport can reveal that Terry and Villa have a mutual option to trigger another 12 months to his current £60,000-a-week contract. Terry turned 37 in December and his impact at Villa has been significant since making the emotional decision to quit Chelsea on a free transfer last summer after two decades of service. Villa are now second in the Championship after the 2-0 win over rivals Birmingham on Sunday, a victory which ensured Terry has recorded 227 clean sheets in English football. His Villa contract expires at the end of this season and there are a number of factors for him to consider, which could be determined by which division Villa will be operating in, while he could take up more lucrative offers abroad or opts for retirement. Terry missed two-and-a-half months of the season with Villa after suffering a broken metatarsal in November but since his return Villa have racked up five Championship victories in a row. Villa are reluctant to put any pressure on the former England centre-half, with a decision likely over the summer.
John Terry delays next career move until May as Aston Villa push for Premier League promotion
John Terry will consider his future in May as he weighs up whether to extend his career for another year. Terry, the Aston Villa captain, has decided to delay his next move until the end of the season as he focuses on helping guide Steve Bruce’s team back to the Premier League. Telegraph Sport can reveal that Terry and Villa have a mutual option to trigger another 12 months to his current £60,000-a-week contract. Terry turned 37 in December and his impact at Villa has been significant since making the emotional decision to quit Chelsea on a free transfer last summer after two decades of service. Villa are now second in the Championship after the 2-0 win over rivals Birmingham on Sunday, a victory which ensured Terry has recorded 227 clean sheets in English football. His Villa contract expires at the end of this season and there are a number of factors for him to consider, which could be determined by which division Villa will be operating in, while he could take up more lucrative offers abroad or opts for retirement. Terry missed two-and-a-half months of the season with Villa after suffering a broken metatarsal in November but since his return Villa have racked up five Championship victories in a row. Villa are reluctant to put any pressure on the former England centre-half, with a decision likely over the summer.
John Terry delays next career move until May as Aston Villa push for Premier League promotion
John Terry delays next career move until May as Aston Villa push for Premier League promotion
John Terry delays next career move until May as Aston Villa push for Premier League promotion
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - Villa Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Birmingham City's Cheick Ndoye clashes with Aston Villa's John Terry as he is sent off Action Images/Matthew Childs
Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - Villa Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Birmingham City's Cheick Ndoye clashes with Aston Villa's John Terry as he is sent off Action Images/Matthew Childs
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Aston Villa's John Terry applauds the fans after the match Action Images/Matthew Childs
Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Aston Villa's John Terry applauds the fans after the match Action Images/Matthew Childs
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Aston Villa's Conor Hourihane celebrates with Robert Snodgrass and Ahmed Elmohamady after scoring their second goal Action Images/Andrew Boyers
Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Aston Villa's Conor Hourihane celebrates with Robert Snodgrass and Ahmed Elmohamady after scoring their second goal Action Images/Andrew Boyers
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - Villa Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Aston Villa's Albert Adomah in action with Birmingham City's Carl Jenkinson Action Images/Matthew Childs
Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - Villa Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Aston Villa's Albert Adomah in action with Birmingham City's Carl Jenkinson Action Images/Matthew Childs
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Birmingham's Cheikh NDoye is shown a second yellow card and then a red card by referee Peter Bankes Action Images/Andrew Boyers
Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Birmingham's Cheikh NDoye is shown a second yellow card and then a red card by referee Peter Bankes Action Images/Andrew Boyers
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Aston Villa's John Terry in action with Birmingham's Jermie Boga Action Images/Andrew Boyers
Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Aston Villa's John Terry in action with Birmingham's Jermie Boga Action Images/Andrew Boyers
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Birmingham City's Cheick Ndoye (L) walks off dejected after being sent off Action Images/Matthew Childs
Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City
Soccer Football - Championship - Aston Villa vs Birmingham City - VIlla Park, Birmingham, Britain - February 11, 2018 Birmingham City's Cheick Ndoye (L) walks off dejected after being sent off Action Images/Matthew Childs
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Emotional Steve Bruce ends tough week with Second City Derby victory
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Emotional Steve Bruce ends tough week with Second City Derby victory
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Emotional Steve Bruce ends tough week with Second City Derby victory
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Emotional Steve Bruce ends tough week with Second City Derby victory
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Emotional Steve Bruce ends tough week with Second City Derby victory
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Emotional Steve Bruce ends tough week with Second City Derby victory
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Emotional Steve Bruce ends tough week with Second City Derby victory
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Emotional Steve Bruce ends tough week with Second City Derby victory
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Emotional Steve Bruce ends tough week with Second City Derby victory
Jack Grealish produced the star performance as Aston Villa saw off rivals Birmingham City at Villa Park.
Aston Villa 2 Birmingham City 0: Grealish stars as Bruce's men go second
Jack Grealish produced the star performance as Aston Villa saw off rivals Birmingham City at Villa Park.
Aston Villa extend unbeaten league run against arch-rivals Birmingham City to move up to second
Aston Villa extend unbeaten league run against arch-rivals Birmingham City to move up to second
Aston Villa extend unbeaten league run against arch-rivals Birmingham City to move up to second
Aston Villa extend unbeaten league run against arch-rivals Birmingham City to move up to second
Aston Villa extend unbeaten league run against arch-rivals Birmingham City to move up to second
Aston Villa extend unbeaten league run against arch-rivals Birmingham City to move up to second
Aston Villa extend unbeaten league run against arch-rivals Birmingham City to move up to second
Aston Villa extend unbeaten league run against arch-rivals Birmingham City to move up to second
Aston Villa extend unbeaten league run against arch-rivals Birmingham City to move up to second

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