Ross McCormack is possibly one of the most hated men in Birmingham. Aston Villa fans cannot stand the Scottish striker and they’d do anything to see him depart their club and stop stealing s living from them, so the news via The Daily Mail of him nearing a loan move to Motherwell should come as a positive, but the fans want him gone permanently.
Aston Villa striker Ross McCormack is in talks over a loan move to Motherwell. [daily mail] #avfc
— villareport (@villareport) December 30, 2018
Villa Park would be a toxic place for McCormack to stay, and if he was to ever get game time there then the atmosphere would be horrendous. Dean Smith will know that he simply needs to cut ties with the striker, who was once viewed as one of the fiercest in the Championship. However, finding a team that will take him off their hands permanently is easier said than done.
Scottish football could be perfect for McCormack. The 32-year-old has spent the last couple iof seasons rotting away in the A-League with Melbourne City and Central Coast Mariners, where he’s recently found himself partnering up with Usain Bolt, however, Australian football isn’t where the striker should be plying his trade, and whilst the weather may not be as nice, Scotland would be a much more competitive place for the former international.
You can read the Villains’ verdict on McCormack here:
Any walls in Motherwell??
— Darren Halfpenny (@DazHalfpenny) December 30, 2018
I'll take him pic.twitter.com/nIdnDpCgqJ
— Paul Morris (@pm83) December 30, 2018
For gods sake biggest waste of money ever #avfc
— Mark the ginger one (@villan_ginger) December 30, 2018
— NorwichLion (@AV_Raider) 30 December 2018
I’ll Drive him There!
— (@Villianboy93_) 30 December 2018
Sell him ease FFP
— Bothwell ‘Well Maker’ K (@bnkboi) 30 December 2018
Jesus is he still on our books?
— Dan Jukes (@DanJukes17) December 30, 2018
How they going to afford him
— andy (@andy59967602) December 30, 2018
The Villains hate McCormack and would do literally anything to get rid of him, even if that does mean just on-loan.
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