Never heard of him and neither will ever hear of him in the future.Kodjia is an idiot. He was never going to play for France so he switched to Ivory Coast and he's still one of their worst players. His celebrations against kids tells you everything you need to know about how desperate he is and how far his "career" is off track.
im the opposite, let the burn set in, it might be tough to watch and take, but in the long term....Nope. If I were Critchley I’d be telling Dean Smith to have a word with his lads.
It's not depressing mate.Tough watch that. Most galling is to see how the lads gave wrapped gifts away to such a shithouse side. Villa - grown men - still sit back for most of it- waiting for schoolboy errors - and for all of the elaborate football the kids play , those happened unfortunately.
Really woefull at the back after the second sucker punch - they lost all confidence towards the end of the half.
Painfull lesson , maybe the boys can claw a few back in the second - but unfortunately Villa will just sit back and wait it out , with more counters to go in all likelyhood.
Grueling week. Werder shipped 11 goals in the last to matches , scored none and it's relegation battle time again. Now this. Depressing.
Bang on, thrash the opposition regardless.im the opposite, let the burn set in, it might be tough to watch and take, but in the long term....
i remember years ago our experienced tough as nails centre forward gave a young centre back a lesson in hard, fair, and sometimes not so fair play.
the sidelines and coaches on the opposite bench were going mental....'hes just a kid'....was the general theme - relating to the more aggressive stuff......
half time comes and the coach had one thing to say (on that subject).....'fuck them, he wants to step on a mans pitch, he can play with the men, if hes not ready, its their fault, not ours'
it might seem merciless, but from a learning experience its doing them the world of good, and mentally, whilst i understand the train of thought that AV could act a bit more classy, i think it sends a better message out to our kids that they are equals, if they back off through 'pity' then whats that message?