Aston Villa fans 'carried away' after Terry signing, says Bruce

Rufina Vignone
Agosto 16, 2017

Steve Bruce's side will be looking to kick-start their Championship season, having only picked up one point from their opening two games, including an embarrassing 3-0 defeat to Cardiff City on Saturday. "We are where we are and I'm convinced I'm the right one to turn it around".

"[Reading] had a good season previous year".

Although Steve Bruce's men have started fairly poorly however, it is crucial to remember that we are only two games into the new campaign, with an extremely long way to go from now until May, with plenty of time for them to redeem themselves.

Appointed after Roberto di Matteo's dismissal in October, Bruce has achieved promotion to the Premier League four times in his career.

Shay Given has told The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast on talkSPORT (broadcast on 15th August 2017; 8:28 am) that he is anxious for Aston Villa's future if they are unable to secure promotion to the Premier League this season.

"The club has been in constant change round in every transfer window for the past five or six - there is no denying that", Bruce said.

"The Villans" however, had high hopes of returning to the top-tier of English football at the first time of asking, but unfortunately for their loyal fans, finished 13th, way below what everyone expected, and subsequently find themselves in the Championship for a second season.

Aston Villa will be without several key players ahead of their trip to the Madejski Stadium, where they face Reading on Tuesday night, according to Sky Sports.

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