Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard stated that he would not shy away from the adversity that he faces from a section of the supporters of the club following the 2-0 defeat at home on Sunday by Chelsea caused a riot in the crowd.
Mason Mount's two goals made it a win for the visitors which put more pressure on Gerrard's team, who are currently 16th on the Premier League and one point above the zone of relegation.I consider myself to be foolish not to be concerned about myself and to be conscious of the place we are , and I'm okay with that, said Gerrard.
Every time I've been in reporters, I've stood up and I'm not going to shy away from the accountability as well as the criticisms or sounds that are coming from the media today.But what I'll say is that if these players can recreate the first hour of their journey I'm not sure the team will face any issues and won't be in the league they're in now. league.
Former Liverpool captain Gerrard got booed off the field by Villa supporters after a 1-1 draw with bottom club Nottingham Forest earlier this month.Gerrard acknowledged the fans' frustration after Villa made a number of good chances against Chelsea prior to the break, only to be disappointed with goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.
I'm conscious of everything but it's exactly what is happening,Gerrard said.I must accept the fact that I'm not doing enough to do my best to alter the way they're feeling right now.He said to live casino sportsbook malaysia.