Paul Trollope could be set to join Aston Villa after being interviewed for the assistant manager role, according to the Birmingham Mail. The former Bristol Rovers boss, who was recently sacked as.. Bristol Post
Steve Bruce has injected a new lease of life into Aston Villa Football Club since his appointment as manager almost three weeks ago. The former Hull and Birmingham boss took over from the sacked.. Shoot
Steve Bruce’s appointment as Aston Villa manager a fortnight ago seems to have given everybody at Villa Park a massive boost. The former Hull City and Birmingham boss replaced the sacked Roberto di.. Shoot
Andy Hessenthaler became the first Football League manager to be sacked this season when Leyton Orient dismissed the former Gillingham boss after just five months in charge. Since then, Warren Feeney,.. Shoot
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson is gearing himself up for the challenge of proving himself against two of English football's highest-profile bosses after the Championship managerial merry-go-round took.. Bristol Post
Newly-appointed Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce has vowed to arrest the club’s decline and rekindle past glories after being confirmed manager of the seven-time top-flight champions.
Bruce has.. City A.M.
The ex-Manchester United defender's track record in the Championship - a division from which he has won promotion on four occasions - was a major factor in the club's decision to hire him. MailOnline Also reported by •Independent
Steve Bruce has been appointed as Aston Villa's new manager, three months after leaving his role at Hull City. Conceding a breakdown in relationship with the Tigers' vice-chairman Ehab Allam led to his.. Hull Daily Mail
According to reports, former Hull City boss Steve Bruce is set to be unveiled as the seventh Aston Villa manager in six years. With Roberto Di Matteo departing, Villa currently occupy 19th in the.. Hull Daily Mail
While Mike Phelan continues to wait for his future to be decided, the man he replaced as Hull City manager - Steve Bruce - is back in football management. Bruce will be confirmed as the new Aston Villa.. Hull Daily Mail
Aston Villa are still yet to find a permanent replacement for Roberto Di Matteo after sacking the Italian as manager on October 3.Steve Bruce remains the odds-on favourite to succeed Di Matteo at Villa.. Western Gazette Also reported by •Somerset Guardian