|Aston Villa coach Dean Smith (2R) and assistant John Terry (R) after the defeat against Wolves. AFP|
escape relegation, starting at the new champions’ home with a positive result.
backed his struggling team to pull off “Mission Impossible” by
getting a result on Sunday at Liverpool champions and boosting their hopes of
staying in the Premier League.
as Mission Impossible at Liverpool-unfortunately we haven’t got Tom Cruise with
us but I have 11 players and I’ve seen a desire in their eyes,” Smith said
ahead of the Anfield clash.
from 32 matches, having won only seven matches in the current campaign despite
spending nearly £ 150 million (Dh687 m) over the close season to overhaul their
their 19th of the campaign, with Villa seeking their first win since the league
resumed after the Covid-19 halt.
you ‘re going to get criticism when you’re in a position we ‘re in. Their job
is to prove people wrong. There’s no doubt that after the break we’ve seen a
better Villa,” Smith added.
that, we’ve played Wolves last week and they’re pushing for the Champions
League … there was nothing between the two teams.
season, which I believe we are going to be, next year there will be a better
Villa. I haven’t been relegated as manager yet, and don’t expect this season to