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Aston Villa returned from their winter break to display the full spectrum of what they are capable of – from decent attacking football to foolish school boy errors. The injury-time loss against Spurs was a bitter pill to take, but much harder was the lacklustre showing against Southampton.
Yet, some how Villa still sit in 17th position in the Premier League, although after Saturday’s league fixtures, they may kick-off the the League Cup final against Manchester City on Sunday in the drop zone.
In the first of two My Old Man Said podcast shows since the winter break, David, Chris and Phil discuss Villa’s current predicament, as well as discussing the latest insights of Villa CEO Christian Purslow on Villa’s Youth Academy development and Carabao Cup opponents Manchester City’s recent UEFA rap.
There’s also discussion on Villa’s new boys from the January window, news about John McGinn’s return and more chat on VAR and unfit refs.
What else? Well, there’s a MOMS cushion competition…
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