After another 3-0 defeat by Fulham in the English Premier League, Aston Villa decided to say goodbye to current coach Steven Gerrard. This outcome was quite obvious because they had been talking about the departure of the specialist for quite some time. The series of victories the team had already dragged on too much. Now the team is in an active search for a new coach. And Gerrard surely will look for a new job.
While everyone is waiting for the appointment of a new coach to the team, Aston Villa should already start preparing for the important match against Manchester United. Very soon the teams will play each other in the English Premier League. The winner of the match seems obvious, but this is only at first glance. To make the viewing of this match, or any other you can apply to the bet Uganda.
The last straw for the team management was the devastating defeat from Fulham. But even despite the poor results of the team this season, the owners of the club thanked the mentor for his work. Literally, it was said so: We would like to thank Steven for his hard work and dedication and wish him all the best for the future.
Gerrard’s Coaching Career at Aston Villa
Gerrard took charge of the team in November 2021. The coach was offered a good three-year contract. Unfortunately, or fortunately, the coach could not finish his contract to the end, because his cooperation with the club broke off after a year of joint work. The players did not complain about the coach and in every way tried to show good results. However, it was not always possible. Gerrard himself probably wanted to see not such performances of Aston Villa under his guidance.
If we talk about the current season, the team after 11 rounds of the APL takes only 17th place in the table. This is the team’s worst performance in recent years with only 9 points in 11 games, Aston Villa in the table is ahead of teams many times weaker than her, weaker at least in value and name of the squad. Aston Villa has played a total of 40 games under Steven Gerrard.
All the team has to do is look for a new coach who can fix the situation before the end of the season. Now the main task is not even to fight for the exit to European competitions, but just to stay in the elite of English soccer.
Gerrard, on the other hand, after a short break will probably head another club, and this is despite his poor performance in recent years.