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Virgin Trains Troll Aston Villa Hard After the Sacking of Roberto Di Matteo

Virgin Trains Troll Aston Villa Hard After the Sacking of Roberto Di Matteo

Aston Villa haven’t had the best time since their relegation from the Premier League last season, so much so that even train companies are now having a pop…

Villa sacked their manager Roberto Di Matteo on Monday, after a miserable start to the season which saw them pick up just one win in their first 11 matches.

Di Matteo’s departure means that Villa have now changed their manager four times in two years, with Remi Garde, Paul Lambert and Tim Sherwood all having failed to turn the club’s fortunes around.

And Virgin Trains seem to be keeping track of the ins and outs at Villa Park, after they posted this Tweet mocking the current state of the club:

 

Taking a pounding from former players, pundits and journalists is one thing, but then Virgin Trains are having a go, that’s when you know you’re going down hill…

Villa currently sit 19th in the Championship table and will be looking to get some much-needed points on the board when they host Wolves after the international break.

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