We'll pumped. 1030pm kick off here which is quite reasonable for here. Plus first job tomorrow is local so can nick another half hours sleep.
I'm a little concerned that McGinn is out because he truly is our horsepower and drive. Like someone else said I hope Hourihane pushes forward a bit more. Though I am fairly certain under Smith that's exactly what will happen.
O'Hare being picked up on the bench is just the fresh air that needed blowing around the club. I'll admit I'm bias, I am a Dean Smith fan, but I'm certain he knows exactly what he is doing and has a plan moving forward. He'll get us promoted, he'll keep us up there too.... The next Eddie Howe.
PS. Small world story. Did a job in Adelaide as I was finishing I noticed that they had a Villa sticker on their car. Got chatting about the mighty Villa and turns out that the people I did a job for, their son went to school with Dean Smiths daughter when he was at Walsall. They saw him around the school and that a bit and said he was a genuinely nice person.