‘ Gerrard’  knows his destiny Say goodbye to the team

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Steven Gerrard knew his destiny was to be sack as Aston Villa manager after saying goodbye to his players on the night of the match when he returned to training following a defeat. Fulham 3-0

Liverpool and England legends He had the opportunity to manage Villa for just 11 months. Before being sacked about two hours after Thursday night’s 3-0 defeat to Fulham,

A club spokesman said: ‘We would like to thank Steven for his hard work and commitment and wish him well for the future.’

Gerrard signed a three-and-a-half-year deal worth about £5.5million per season but despite winning four of his first six matches, it was a dreadful 2022, in which Villa took only 32 points from 31 matches. 

They had a net transfer spend of £52m in the summer but are above the relegation zone on goal difference alone – hardly what billionaire owners Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens were thinking of when Sawiris said the ‘sky is the limit’ for Villa three years ago.

according to the UFABET. Thor “Coach Ginger” has called the players together. before speaking briefly The players and staff then shake hands before heading home.

which the discharge this time Besides Gerrard His staff including Gary McAllister, Neil Critchley, Tom Culshaw, Jordan Milsom and Scott Mason all had to pack up. followed by