Mere hours exist until Villa return to league football and in the countdown to tomorrow’s kick off with Hull, we’re previewing the entire squad. Again. You read that right.
Here are last year’s previews, and you can follow this year’s below!
Josh Onomah is the latest addition to the Aston Villa squad.
Young attack seeks to turn potential into goals
Keinan Davis is one of Villa’s forward threats - and he’s barely played!
Define ‘tricky little bastard’
Easah should find himself starting for Villa soon.
Jordan Lyden is another Villan with a chance to make a name for himself
Ross McCormack was signed to get the goals. He didn’t get the goals. What happens now?
Assist-leader faces delayed start to season
Mark Bunn has served a role the last couple years as Villa’s backup keeper. Does he still have a place at the club, though?
Cross-happy Egyptian reunites with Steve Bruce
John Terry could turn out to be one of the most important signings this club has ever made. Does he have enough left in the tank to lift the Claret and Blues to the Premier League?
The former Villa youth starlet may be seeking new pastures
Remember when he was our captain?
He is big. He is good. He is Jimmy Danger
Bomb squad captain to fan favourite
Thor: Ragnarök? Watch it at Villa Park.
He’s of average height, but he could be giant in my heart.
Once-promising defender, only a Villan because no one else wants him.
Young fullback aims to nail down Villa role
Mile Jedinak was out of this world for Villa.
The pressure is on the Irish midfielder to improve performances at Villa.
From 1st choice to 3rd to 2nd to 4th to 2nd choice again. It’s been rocky for Jed Steer.
Flash, style, aggression and with a hint of danger
Villa’s longest serving player in line for (yet another) chance
Just get healthy Jack