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Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Sherwood's six-win target for Villa an ambitious undertaking

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Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood has stated the club need to win six more matches in order to stay in the Premier League come the end of the season. For a team that has won only five so far in 2014-15, that certainly sounds ambitious.

It's a steep target; that's victory in half of the remaining 12 fixtures. Looking at the games to come, it's likely that Sherwood is hedging his bets on Villa winning at St James' Park on Saturday, for starters. Following that are matches against West Brom, Sunderland...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Tim Sherwood's honeymoon period ends early as Aston Villa lose to Stoke

Stoke spoiled Tim Sherwood's debut as Aston Villa boss as Victor Moses' injury-time penalty gave them a 2-1 win at Villa Park.

No one said it was going to be easy. Reviving a failing Aston Villa and maintaining the club's status as an ever-present member of the Premier League is no small task, and after his first 90 minutes in charge of the team, new manager Tim Sherwood will have no illusions regarding the size of the job in hand. A 2-1 defeat to Stoke now makes it six successive league losses.

Sherwood's debut started brightly but ended bitterly, with Villa conceding two minutes into injury time. It was an awful goal to...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Sherwood aiming for fast start to Aston Villa career

New Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood spoke about building the confidence of his players and insisted that he had no doubts about joining the club.

The Tim Sherwood era starts Saturday. After what has seemed like a breathless few days, the new manager takes charge for the first time as Aston Villa host Stoke. It is the 11th Premier League fixture since the Midlanders last won a match, and Sherwood needs to hit the ground running.

Sherwood's arrival has certainly breathed new life into not only an ailing team dropping into the relegation zone, but also a club in danger of drifting toward a listless state. The 46-year-old has blown into the...

Hiring Tim Sherwood not a silly move by struggling Aston Villa

New Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood spoke about building the confidence of his players and insisted that he had no doubts about joining the club.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop expresses his skepticism of Aston Villa appointing Tim Sherwood as their new manager.

He has returned. Rising from the debris like a vengeful Bantersaurus, Tim Sherwood is back. And this time he's really mad.

Sherwood has 13 matches to save a dreadful Aston Villa side that has won only two of its last 21 league games and has scored just a single league goal since Christmas. He has but six months of experience as a manager, has yet to complete his UEFA Pro Licence and has such a natural affinity with the players that when he publicly criticised Sandro during his brief spell at Tottenham...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Can Aston Villa's new manager Tim Sherwood save the club from the drop?

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop expresses his skepticism of Aston Villa appointing Tim Sherwood as their new manager.

Tim Sherwood is Aston Villa's manager. Let that sink in for a moment: the bookies' favourite to succeed Paul Lambert was confirmed as the club's new No. 1 on Saturday afternoon.

It's no surprise. As soon as names were mentioned, Sherwood's jumped to the top of the list. For Villa, he ticked several boxes. Most importantly, he was available for an immediate start. He has experience of managing a Premier League club, albeit briefly but also fairly successfully. He's also demonstrated a flair for working...

 By Chris Wright

Jose Mourinho replies to boy, six, who wants him at Aston Villa

Paul Lambert has been sacked as manager of Aston Villa -- and for one fan, there's only one candidate to replace him.

With things beginning to get mightily desperate at his relegation-threatened club, one young Aston Villa fan took the initiative and recently went out on a limb in a bid to help turn his side's ailing fortunes around.

Jude Branson, aged 6, wrote a letter to Jose Mourinho, inquiring as to whether he'd be willing to down tools at Chelsea in order to come and rescue Villa from the drop-zone quagmire -- and, if he'd be so kind, could he also bring Diego Costa with him.

"Dear Mr Mourinho, My name is...