Since he arrived at Villa Park, Tammy Abraham has down nothing but show how much of a class act he is. The England and Chelsea striker has shown a superb bond with Jack Grealish and that showed on Friday night when he set up the first goal for Grealish in the club’s 2-0 win over Bolton.
— Tammy Abraham (@tammyabraham) 3 November 2018
The on-loan Chelsea man has seen the goals dry up recently, but he’s been keen to ensure that doesn’t mean his use to the team is gone. The young striker has been showing that there is more than just goals to his game and the way he plays means that he can include other players, as we saw when he superbly provided the assist for Grealish on Friday. The next step, though, will be to get goals back to his game.
Steve Bruce played a blinder when he brought Abraham to the club on-loan and if The Villains can gain promotion under new manager Dean Smith then there’s no doubt that the fans will want to see Smith have a crack at signing Abraham permanently with the Premier League money. The way that the 21-year-old is playing at the moment, a move to Villa park probably wouldn’t be the worst idea for him and it’s certainly one that would suit the Villa Park faithful.
You can read The Villains’ thoughts on Abraham here:
Great assist Tammy
— CarefreeYouth (@CarefreeYouth) 3 November 2018
Just wait till we play small heath in a couple of weeks time !
— matt watton (@wattyavfc) November 3, 2018
All we want as Villa fans are players that care and give 100% and you do both.
— VILLA MAD (@VillaMad3) 3 November 2018
That pass through to Jack was unreal
— Will (@will_avfc) 3 November 2018
What a skill and assist that was! Keep it up man!
— Evert (@Evartski) November 3, 2018
Well done Tammy. Great assist and linking up with Jack was brilliant. Loving your enthusiasm and work rate….the goals will come
— jdav76 (@joss_dean) 3 November 2018
That turn on the defender , rumour has it he’s still there Wondering where you are! Fantastic team performance, great work ethic, yes you are a , but you bring so much more
— stephen rivett (@stephenrivett) 3 November 2018
What an assist it was, great goal, brilliant movement by both!
— TheFace (@TheFace34) November 3, 2018
The Villains have nothing but praise for Abraham and will hope he can get back amongst the goals when they face Birmingham at the end of the month.