Overlooking can be very expensive for Aston Villa if they skip on Rory Wilson. The English club from Birmingham led their foundation in 1874. One of the oldest club in the English Premier League were at 14th in the points table last season. Just 10 points were all that separated the Villans from the relegation zone. One of Premier League’s most successful clubs was trophy-less in the past few seasons. Moreover, the Aston Villa trophy room has been empty in the 21st century.
Aston Villa finished the points table at 14th position last season. Just 10 points above the relegation zone. The new season of the English Premier League came with the arrival of the new manager Steven Gerrard. The former Englishman came in with the hope to change the condition of Aston Villa. The Liverpool legend brought Philippe Coutinho, Lucas Digne, Calum Chambers, Boubacar Kamara, Robin Olsen, Diego Carlos, Ludwig Augustinsson, Jan Bednarek as well as Leander Dendoncker.
What is Rory Wilson to Aston Villa? A Profit? Replacement? Or a Future Star?
Rory Wilson is a 16-year-old amazing young talented striker from Scotland. At the age of just 16, the Scottish international achieved what others didn’t in their whole lifetime. The young Scottish talent got recognition by the English club Aston Villa when he scored 49 goals in the previous season.
Former Scotland player Brian McLaughlin praised Rory Wilson. Earlier this summer, the youngster helped Scotland U’17s for the European Championships qualifiers. He said,
“So Rory is leading the line as a 2006 against big powerful 2005s. But he is a clever player, his touch is good, his attitude is superb and his finishing .. for a young boy to be able to finish the way he can finish, just clinical and calm in front of goals.
“He knows he is always going to get a chance because his movement gives him that. It was another top performance from him and even when we put him on the left to give another young boy a chance off the bench it wasn’t a problem because he knows he can score off the left.”
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