Aston Villa goalkeeper Emi Martinez is worried about his club’s Future Performance

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The Argentine number one, Emi Martinez is anxious regarding Aston Villa’s performance in the near future. The English club from Aston, Birmingham, led their foundation in 1874. One of the oldest and most successful clubs in England has been trophy-less for more than 3 decades. Former Liverpool captain and Aston Villa’s manager Steven Gerrard, came to Villa Park to bring improvement to the Villans earlier result. All-time 5th English club, were at 14th position in the points table last season. They were just 10 points above the relegation zone. And the arrival of a new manager brought new hope for the enhancement of the Villans club. But, things have not changed for the Villans. As they lost 4 matches in their opening 6 matches. They are currently in 17th position this season.

Former Liverpool man Steven Gerrard had many promising summer signings. He brought Leander Dendoncker, Jan Bednarek, Ludwig Augustinsson, Philippe Coutinho, Diego Carlos, Robin Olsen, etc. Now, the Aston Villa side is ready to show promising results in the Premier League. Furthermore, Aston Villa’s goalkeeper is a bit anxious about the club’s future in the near future.

Emi Martinez speaks about Aston Villa Past performance and CLub’s Future.

Emiliano Martínez is a 30-years-old experienced Argentine goalkeeper for the Premier League club Aston Villa. Martínez began his youth club from Independiente. He came to the London club in Arsenal in 2012. Then he moved to many English clubs and a Spanish club Getafe on loan. And then, he joined the Gunnars in 2020 as a first-choice goalkeeper.

30-years-old Argentine is worried about the Aston Villa performance, as the club is still at 17th position in their opening 6 games. Aston Villa lost their opening 4 games of their opening games.

Martinez told Sky Sports that,

“Even when we win and I concede I can’t sleep at night. I barely in night, I went to bed at 6:30 and woke up at 7:15 so I struggle with defeats, I struggle when I concede goals. But that’s me, I move on. I love this club, I said it since day one, I love this club and I love being here, I didn’t want to go anywhere. I owe the fans for always having my back, so I want to repay them, when I see kids with my shirt in the crowd and they shout my name, it makes me want to stay and obviously I fell in love with this club. Also, I really care about this club and I want to take this club to Europe.”

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