Christian Purslow Aston Villa chief Executive have come out to say he is not in support of the remaining games to be played 10 neutral stadiums. According to him, he said: “We’re a club that prides itself on home form.”
Christian Purslow’s comments come after Aston Villa boss Dean Smith said his side were “ready and keen” to restart the season when it is “right to do so”. Aston Villa are currently in the 19th position in the Premier League table and had played a game fewer than the other teams in the bottom half before the league was suspended on 13th of March.
Christian Purslow is say this because of the record they have had in the past, they have managed five league wins at home compared to two victories on the road and earned 17 points at Villa Park as opposed to eight on their travels.
“We’ve got six home games left to play and I think any Villa fan would agree that giving up that advantage is a massive decision for somebody running Aston Villa and I certainly wouldn’t agree to that unless those circumstances are right,” added Christian Purslow.