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Not a knock on Jack and his immense talents and the critical interventions when they did arise, it’s just evident that the club has moved on. It feels like it was made personal, and also, it’s about the collective not individual, arguably the club stood by Jack and his various indiscretions and driving offences far more than I think others would. It was wrong, in my opinion, to keep him as captain with those driving offences, driving so recklessly, he could have killed others and indeed himself. Aston Villa and Jack became synonymous with each other by accident and design. The club had to find a way to draw a line under it and move forward. It is also a rebuke to some of the revisionism that all contributions revolve around Jack. 

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3 minutes ago, foreveryoung said:

Rumour has it, Pep has give him a bit of dressing down about his lifestyle and to concentrate on his football. 

Not surprised really, all the money and hype has gone to his head - shame he’s reverting to pissed up party boy as he is a glorious footballer. 
 

Smith (and Terry) did well to calm down his off field shenanigans (barring the lockdown driving idiocy) 

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1 minute ago, AVFCforever1991 said:

They massively overpaid lolz, hope they win **** all this season 

I wouldn’t say they overpaid - he was worth £100m to us. 

Value for money? Maybe not considering his start to his Citeh career. 
 

as for winning nothing - that would be ideal! 

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9 minutes ago, birdman said:

The plastics aren't showing much love on twitter are they! What a horrible club to play for! 

Just had to look into this and wow, he is getting torn apart! 

To be fair… they needed a striker not Grealish, could end up being Peps undoing.

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1 hour ago, foreveryoung said:

Rumour has it, Pep has give him a bit of dressing down about his lifestyle and to concentrate on his football. 

If that's based on an article that ran a few days ago in the Birmingham Mail, they've spun it a bit, since Guardiola's basically just pointing out that Grealish is having to adjust to the demands of playing Champions League matches midweek (" We spoke about [the new demands] and how he has to live when he's not here, with resting, sleeping.  What he's done so far is excellent..").  Doesn't particularly sound like a 'dressing down'; he's essentially saying: this is what 'stepping up' to the next level means and requires.

 

 

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