Aston Villa couldn’t score to save their lives, in fact if you gave them a credit card and sent them to a brothel you’d get the same result.
Looking at it now, it seems Roy Keane managed to Cleverley slip away. People, that mystical beard of his knew. It knew. You don’t need to Delph in too deep to see that if your team is playing poorly, and you have more games played than goals scored – It is pretty much a Given that you’re getting the sack.
This Villa fan is delighted at the Paul Lambert news: https://t.co/zJYgQ3ghAW
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) February 12, 2015
But enough silly puns, let’s take a leaf out of Louis Van Gaal’s dossier and talk statistics:
- 12 – The number of league goals this season
- 25 – The second lowest win rate in the history of Villa managers
- 98 – The number of goals in 101 Premier League games under Lambert
- 659 – Minutes without a goal, the 4th longest in Premier League history
With Paul Lambert laughing all the way to the bank with his £2m pay off, we’ve got all the latest odds on who is next in the Villa hot seat. Rocking in as the 4/6 favourite is the gillet loving Tim Sherwood, after he withdrew from the running to be QPR manager. Former England manager and fellow Spurs man Glenn Hoddle is second favourite at 5/2 after he left QPR following ‘Arry Redknapp’s resignation.