Aston Villa star Jack Grillish responds to Ross Berkeley as ‘decision maker’

Here are the headlines of your Aston Villa morning on Saturday 14th November.

Grillish Mount answers the question

Aston Villa captain Jack Grillish has defended Mason Mount and admitted that he has found an inseparable comparison with his England team-mates ‘annoying’.

Grillish and Chelsea midfielder Mount begin Thursday’s 3-0 win over Republic of Ireland at Wembley.

The decision came after the Great Southgate pairing was included in his starting line-up after the English manager expressed reluctance to play Grillish, citing “online memes” that he liked Mount, who started the previous two of the three lines. Grillish watched from the bench when during the National League clash.

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Grilish took the opportunity to start the second international just to make a big impression again by setting the goal of Jadon Sancho in a great performance.

The 25-year-old then told Sky Sports that the reaction to Mount’s recent inclusion was unfair for England.

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Chelsea have ‘decided’ the future of Berkeley

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has reportedly seen Astron Villa Lone Ross Berkeley in his plans after he began life at the English International Villa Park.

Following on Chelsea’s summer relocation activities, the first team at Stamford Bridge are likely to reclaim the place, spending the 2020-21 season at Villake Park in Berkeley.

Lampard spent £ 90 million attacking midfielder Kai Hawartz and brought in winger Timo Warner from the Arab Leipzig.

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It left Berkeley on edge and he became an instant hit after moving to Villa.

Berkeley has scored twice in five games and has a collaboration with Douglas Luiz and John McGinn in midfield.

He is also a close friend of Villa captain Jack Grillis, the chemistry building on the pitch.

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TV details have confirmed the villain clash against Brighton and West Ham

Another Premier League pick has been chosen for Aston Villa’s live TV coverage – but fans will no longer have to pay extra to watch the matches after the controversial per-view streaming service is canceled.

The top flight has released ‘extra’ TV selections for November and the villain clash against Brighton and Hove Albion after the international break will now be shown live on BT Sport.

The date and kick-off time remain the same, but the game is scheduled for Saturday, November 21 at 3 p.m.

Earlier, fans used to see the cost as 14.95, but the PPV system – which was launched last month – was scrapped after widespread criticism.

Instead, from now until the New Year period, all Premier League fixers will be shown on existing Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon and BBC services.

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Rumors of a cash injury bound up as brother’s ‘fake news’

Matthew Cash’s brother Aston Villa has spread rumors on social media that the defender was injured.

The rumor, that the player was able to take an injury in training, was revealed on Thursday.

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The season has started in great form for Dean Smith with a 3-0 win over Arsenal on Sunday night.

The former moved to Nottingham Forest right-back in the summer, completing the 14 14 million move from City Ground.

He has replaced Frederick Gilbert as Villar right-hander and has started every game this season, missing just 33 minutes of Premier League football.

Cash brother Adam called the rumors of the injury ‘fake news’ on his Twitter account.

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