Remi Garde is Set to Join as Aston Villa Manager

Remi Garde, who is presently employed as a game expert for a French TV, is practically set to sign up for Aston Villa as the manager. The first from the bottom club of this season of Premier League has recently sacked Tim Sherwood following six consecutive loss. Even though, the U-21 coach of Aston Villa has taken the charge as manager of senior Aston Villa team, yet, that is definitely momentary. Nonetheless, Aston Villa has nearly settled on the deal with this match analyst.

According to the source, Remi Garde will take charge after the match against Spurs and he will be there with the team in that match. Apart from him, Reginald Ray will be assigned as an assistant manager of Aston Villa.

Remi Garde is Set to Join as Aston Villa Manager

Remi Garde was appointed as a Lyon manager from 2011 to 2014 by replacing Claude Puel. However, he left that job due to some personal issues. Following that, he has been working as a match analyst for a French TV, which has tweeted this news about him.

According to the U-21 manager of Aston Villa,

We almost have to play top-four standard of football points-wise to get us out of the trouble we’re in. We’re in trouble. We’re not that naive to think we’re not. But we think, as a whole group within the club, that we have better players than where we are at the moment.

If everything turns around, which hopefully it will, and we finish mid-table then I would like to think people would be eating their words. This is what players have to understand. They have to have that desire to ram words down people’s throats.

I don’t mean that horribly. But that’s football – professional sport. Their pride is hurting – make no mistake about that. I imagine Jordan Ayew’s brother [Swansea’s Andre Ayew] is giving him a bit of stick. Whether people call it banter or not, people don’t like it. I know I don’t like it.

I live towards Leicester so most of my friends are Leicester supporters and, of course, they are giving me a lot of stick at the moment.

In simple words, MacDonald is also disappointed for Tim’s coaching strategy. His team is being defeated consecutively and he has no other strategy to show off. At this moment, there is no other choice for the Club apart from sacking him.

What do you think? Can this new manager handle this team, which is currently standing on 20th position in Premier League?