Aston  Villa routed Crewe Alexandra 6-1 in the Carabao Cup third round. The scoreline does not pose a true reflection of the game as the Villans needed to soak up some early pressure before outclassing the home team.

Villa manager Dean Smith was proud of his team after the game as he believed that his players showed the right attitude. Premier League sided typically approach Carabao games with laxity which is typically costly against lower league opposition.

Crew Alexandra Hopes on Championship Clubs When it Comes to Transferring Players

English club Crewe Alexandra might be resting their hopes on the Championship clubs when it comes to transferring its players in this summer. The club‘s manager David Artell said that the club currently believes that the Championship will serve as a key to their plans on making the sale of players in this season. It is also being speculated that defender Perry Ng and forward player Charlie Kirk are under the eyes of the clubs for the Championship especially after a very fancy campaign in 2018-2019 which gave them a strong stand for the same.

However, David still thinks that all that will happen in the Championship is more important to set things in motion especially when there are certain players whose health is in question currently. Artell said that in his whole career he has been very certain that the main facilitator of transfer of players is the clubs of the Championship and nothing else. It is only after sale and purchase in the Championship club that Leagues at one and two start their buying and selling. The only problem that arises in the whole situation is when the clubs of the Championship start rolling there are still certain clubs that are not in a very well financial position then and as a result it impacts them. After all, it is the nature of this whole set to make the sale of players and any changes will only affect their plans and make them mold accordingly to the situation at hand.
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Crewe Alexandria surprisingly lost at home on Saturday to Cheltenham after going ahead in the game. The mid-table side had been looking to grab a win as they looked to make a late run towards the playoff spots but came unstuck against a plucky Cheltenham outfit.

Aaron Taylor-Sinclair had handed the home side the lead just past the half-hour mark after brushing past the Cheltenham defence before making a low crisp finish. The home side nearly made it a second as Chris Porter was guilty of failing to finish from a well-placed cross from Ryan Wintle


Crewe Alexandra haveendured a poor run of form as the League Two side has failed to win any of their last seven matches in all competitions. Tuesday’s stalemate away to Cambridge Unites halted a run of three successive defeats for the club.

Crewe Alexandra coach David Artell was perplexed about the match during his post-match press conference. According to Artell, the draw was a hard one to stomach as he could not fathom how his side was unable to beat a poor Cambridge United side.

Crewe Alexandra Defeats Milton Keynes Dons In Their Own Home

Crewe Alexandra gave a very tough competition to Milton Keynes Dons F.C after defeating them in a result of 0-1 at their own soil. Forward player Charlie Kirk played immensely well that ended up causing a prominent difference in the game and led to the win after thirty minutes, during an earlier half of the game.

Crewe managed to make up their second win of the league in the season through this play. The game was a good one to watch as the host team seemed to be quite confident of their game and thought they’ll be at the lead throughout. However, Alex was smart enough to take advantage of their confidence and competed with Dons with amazing counter moves.
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Green Looking Forward To Playing Well Enough To Warrant A New Contract

The experienced and influential midfielder of Crew Alexandra Paul Green is hoping to give sufficient contribution in the next half of the season in order to warrant a new contract in May.  Green suffered a knee injury after his game in August and is ready for a fresh comeback by engaging in his first game since August for the clubs Under 23s in the upcoming week. The head, David Artell openly talked about how much they have lost on the valuable experience of the midfielder in the engine room which was around 35 years old.

What brought Paul Green back is his unfailing determination and the excellent work of the club’s medical team. His return in the forthcoming year will be a kick start to the entire club members and fans. Green was seen excelling in the second half of the previous season as a late run from the club and eased away from trouble and winded up in the relative comfort of the mid-table. Green told the watching matches each day instead of playing as a part of the team. He says that first; he has to ensure that he is alright and then get back to playing as soon as possible.
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