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Aston Villa: Fans react to John Terry exit link

Aston Villa: Fans react to John Terry exit link - Aston Villa News

Many Aston Villa fans are reacting to the news that John Terry is being linked with a vacant managerial role in the Championship.

According to Daily Mail journalists @AdrianJKajumba, @SamiMokbel81_DM and@TomCollomosse, via @villareport, John Terry is among those being considered to take over as Bournemouth manager.

The Villa man is supposedly being eyed following the sacking of Jason Tindall – he has been linked to Championship roles in the past, most recently at relegation-battling Derby County.

At Aston Villa, he is gaining a lot of crucial experience – surviving last season and the hopeful progression into a mid-table side maybe even with Europa League ambitions this term are valuable experiences for a young coach.

To take charge of a club at the battling near the top of the Championship table would be a huge risk for any manager as there is a lot of pressure to suceed, and even more so for the inexperienced Terry. Therefore, it would perhaps be a safer bet for him to stay on alongside Dean Smith at Villa Park.

Here is what Villa fans said after hearing the news:

“Doubt they could pay his wages!”

Credit: @v21eal

“Can’t blame him if he goes”

Credit: @brazilianwizard

“Would be pretty disgraceful to leave just after that performance, although he is linked with every championship job and somehow never gets any of them”

Credit: @alexavfc95

“We’ll pay you @afcbournemouth”

Credit: @Kalme7o

“Incoming tweets saying good because he ‘does nothing with the defence'”

Credit: @Tomavfc

“As was he in the summer but he denied it”

Credit: @Zachtucker03

“Terry linked with every vacant job it seems”

Credit: @BenKavanagh_7

In other news: Aston Villa fans flocked to this update by Gregg Evans, find out more here!

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