Aston Villa fans have been voicing their opinion on Twitter regarding the possibility of Gabriel Agbonlahor featuring against bitter rivals Birmingham City.
The Villa veteran has been living off his reputation as being a ‘big game player’ for quite some time now, with his winner against the Blues back in April 2017 being used as a major reason why he should be given another chance at the weekend.
Unfortunately, there are quite a few supporters who disagree, referencing Villa's other options as a solid reason why the veteran should be left on the side-lines.
Of course, there is always the possibility of him coming off the bench and netting an important goal as we have seen on many occasions in the past but, as time has gone on, his ability to properly impact a game has faded quite dramatically.
Villa’s fine form of late has seen them springboard into the automatic promotion race and, although Cardiff can leapfrog them with a victory in their game in hand, the Midlands side are still within touching distance of Derby County who currently occupy second place.
But back to the point at hand, we have put together some of the best tweets from Villa fans regarding the Agbonlahor situation, as seen below:
#avfc are we running a circus, has gabby got some top secret info on the hierarchy or what? Him being available for any game is a joke these days. Enough is enough stop putting these wasters in our faces. Winds me up— Paul (@VILL4HARDCORE) February 6, 2018
Gabby has to be on the bench for Sunday, no doubt about it, mind games. Bring him on if need be (like last year) they looked shaken up when he came on, because of his history against them! #AVFC— Martin.H (@MartinVTID) February 6, 2018
Interested to see what Villa fans think about this.— Jamie White (@jaywhite_1) February 6, 2018
Gabby Agbonlahor is fit for the second city derby on Sunday.
Should he be involved? #avfc
Yeah he hasn’t done much for about 5 years and doesn’t deserve to get anywhere near the team on Sunday but to say gabby hasn’t been a villa hero/legend, over the years, is lie! #AVFC pic.twitter.com/xhcRyADs83— Tom (@tvotpatrick) February 7, 2018
Completely and utterly amazed at all the chat about Gabby being fit and should he play? Obviously not #avfc— Martin Chrispin (@MartinChrispin) February 7, 2018
The Gabby debate for Sunday....me personally thanks for the memories but if available Davis and Grabban on the bench for me. A fresh Grabban going at them could be dangerous! #avfc— Andy Fitz (@Fitz_avfc) February 7, 2018
When gabby is 50 years old there will still be fans out there wanting him to play against the blues! #avfc— Alex Jones (@jonah_rocks8) February 6, 2018
My view on the Agbonlahor debate: In my opinion, he starts on the bench with Grabban. In the end you have to try and win the game, and against Birmingham that's Gabby's speciality. It's his last derby, let him go do his stuff #avfc pic.twitter.com/Ot4t62mgXE— AVFCchats (@AVFCchats) February 7, 2018