Jordan Ayew and co feel blamed for Aston Villa’s mess

Ghana international Jordan Ayew, Jordan Veretout, Idrissa Gana and Aly Cissokho are part of a group of players at Aston Villa who feel they are being blamed for the club’s trouble according to a report by Telegraph Sport.

The report talks about a mutiny that is gradually gaining roots in the Aston Villa dressing room with many of the senior players questioning manager Remi Garde’s reluctance to question some of the squad members in the aftermath of a defeat.

Aston Villa manager Remi Garde [centre]

 

French international Remi Garde took over the club after former Tottenham Hotspur boss Tim Sheerwood was sacked for non-performance. The team has however continued their struggle with relegation almost a destined destination for Jordan Ayew’s team.

Aston Villa striker Jordan Ayew

Management of the club are making plans on shaking up the recruitment team of the club for the future but there is more trouble presently for Remi Garde to take care of.

Remi Garde makes the plans for training at the club’s Bodymoor Heath training ground but his coaches take over for the actual training. Some section of the Aston Villa squad openly question the relevance of routines and how they relate for follow up fixtures.

Garde’s failure to also address members of the Aston Villa squad in the dressing room to either praise or rebuke certain actions of players has also been questioned.

Remi Garde ahead of Manchester City game

 

The squad is reportedly split in two camps with senior team players like Gabby Agbonlahor, Leandro Bacuna, Alan Hutton, Brad Guzan, Ciaran Clark, captain Micah Richards and Joleon Lescott in one group and the other being the Jordan Ayew group.

Aston Villa are rock bottom in the English Premier League with 16 points from 28 games. Jordan Ayew is the club’s leading top scorer with 5 Premier League goal since joining from French Ligue 1 side Olympique Marseille

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