Villa gave Gerrard two games, eyeing Pochettino instead.

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According to reports, Aston Villa are set to approach the unemployed. Mauricio Pochettino to replace Steven Gerrard has led the club to a poor performance. It will only give you two more shots to prove your skill.

The Telegraph , famous media Aston Villa are reportedly giving Steven Gerrard time 42 to lead. The team back to their best form in the trip to Fulham and home to Brentford. This week, otherwise he will be removed from his position. By aiming at  Mauricio Pochettino, who is still unemployed to take over the army instead.

Villa gave Gerrard two games, eyeing Pochettino instead.

Singha made a disappointing start to this new season. by the last match in the Premier League. They opened the nest to a 0-2 defeat by Chelsea on Sunday October 16 at the past. As a result, it has been kicked for 10 matches, won 2, drawn 3, lost 5, has 9 points, ranks 16th in the table. With only one point leading the team in the relegation zone. That makes the situation of the former Rangers head coach in a difficult situation.

Recently, the Telegraph stated that the board of directors Sing swagger is looking for a new boss to replace it. That is Pochettino. Because the Argentine trainer. have experience of controlling Southampton and Spurs in the top-flight league before. therefore do not need to adjust much I have not managed any team since being Paris Saint-Germain. She was laid off from her position last June.

So this week is not less important. The media also revealed that the former Liverpool player has a good relationship with the UFABET club’s CEO Christian Purslow because he worked together at Anfield. But his lack of support from other board members Including the fans who want to find a new replacement, it is difficult to keep the team.

England’s legal bookmaker has named Stevie G as the next unemployed favourite for the Premier League manager, followed by  Ralph Hasenhuttl. Southampton boss, while  Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers is the third favorite to be bounced off his chair.