“I love being a part of this club, love being captain, love everything this club stands for both on and off the pitch.” Tyrone Mings.

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Farewell Conor Hourihane

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Conor Hourihane, the heartbeat of Villa's post 2016 revival leaves the club after 30 goals from midfield in 151 appearances. Gone but never forgotten.

Latest Game:

🟥 | 22 May 2022, Villa 2-3 Abu Dhabi, Etihad

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Up Next:

6 August 2022, Villa v Bournemouth, Vitality Stadium

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Games & Goals:

Venue
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W
D
L
F
A
Games
5671
2415
1323
1933
9322
7978
Home
2804
1365
626
613
5613
3154
Away
2797
818
688
1291
3620
4638
Neutral
70
32
9
29
89
93
League
4878
1998
1173
1707
8587
7536

Relive the Seasons:

The Last...

Games

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Trophies

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Promotion was

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Attendances

40,000+ Crowd at Villa Park

Sub 40,000 Crowd at Villa Park

Sub 30,000 Crowd at Villa Park

Sub 20,000 Crowd at Villa Park

Neanderthal crowd

Players

Signing was

Debut was     

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Club

Managerial Change was

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Big Club Little Club

>40,000 Season average attendance

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<20,000 Season average attendance

<10,000 Season average attendance

Win vs. Birmingham

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Finish above Birmingham

Finish below Birmingham

Major Trophy

Cup Final

European Season

Games

Manchester City (a), 22 May 22

Burnley (a), 7 May 22 (4 Games since)

Newcastle (a), 13 Feb 22

Philippe Coutinho, Manchester City (a), 22 May 22

Danny Ings, Norwich (h), 30 Apr 22

Ashley Young, Wolves (a), 2 Apr 22

Jores Okore, Luton (a) EFL Cup 10 Aug 16

Ezri Konsa, Leeds (h) 9 Feb 22

Ollie WatkinsWolves (a), 2 Apr 22

Chelsea (h) 26 Dec 21

Ollie Watkins, Liverpool (h) 4 Oct 20

Cameron Archer, Barrow (a) 24 Aug 21

Norwich (h), 30 Apr 22

Burnley (h), 19 May 22

Liverpool (h), 10 May 22

Burnley (a), 7 May 22

Leicester (a), 23 Apr 22

Manchester City (a), 22 May 22

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Trophies

14th, Premier League

League Cup 24 Mar 96

1980-81 (Seventh win)

1956-57 vs. Manchester United (Seventh win)

1996-97 vs. Leeds United (Fifth win)

1981-82 vs. Bayern Munich (First win)

30 May 15 vs. Arsenal (Eleventh final)

1 Mar 20 vs. Manchester City (Ninth final)

2010-11 under Gérard Houllier (Sixteenth season)

1992-93 under Ron Atkinson (Seventeenth Season)

1992-93 under Ron Atkinson (Nineteenth Season)

1995-96 under Brian Little (Twenty Fifth Season)

2009-10 under Martin O'Neill (Forty Fifth Season)

2010-11 under Gérard Houllier (Seventy First Season)

2018-19 under Dean Smith

2015-16 under Tim Sherwood Rémi Garde

Attendances

Burnley (h), Premier League 19 May 22, 40.038, (0 home games since)

Millwall, Championship, 22 Apr 2019, 39,839 (64 home games since)

Preston, Championship, 2 Oct 2018, 27,331 (81 home games since)

Manchester City, Premier League, 22 Feb 1994 (656 home games since)

Goodison Park, 22 Jan 22

Players

Robin Olsen, AS Roma, 4 Jun 22, £3,150,000

Robin Olsen, Manchester City (a), 22 May 22

Tommi O'Reilly Brighton (a), 26 Feb 22