Aston Villa fans call for Quique Sanchez-Flores to take over from Steve Bruce

Head coach Quique Sanchez Flores of RCD Espanyol looks on prior to the La Liga match between Espanyol and Sevilla at Nuevo Estadio de Cornella-El Prat on January 20, 2018 in Barcelona,...

Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce is under serious pressure after his side's poor start to the campaign.

Head coach Quique Sanchez Flores of RCD Espanyol looks on prior to the La Liga match between Espanyol and Sevilla at Nuevo Estadio de Cornella-El Prat on January 20, 2018 in Barcelona,...

Aston Villa fans have called for Quique Sanchez-Flores to be put in charge and take over from Steve Bruce.

Bruce is under serious pressure from Villa supporters, after their side’s poor start to the season.

The claret and blues have failed to live up to expectations and currently sit in 12th place in the Championship table.

 

Villa have failed to win any of their last four games across all competitions, and could only draw against Blackburn Rovers at the weekend.

And Villa fans are now calling for Bruce to go and be replaced by Sanchez-Flores.

Sanchez-Flores has previous experience of working in England when he was in charge at Watford.

The Spanish boss guided Watford to a mid-table finish, but was let go at the end of the season.

Sanchez-Flores has been out of work now since he left his job in charge of Espanyol.

Head coach Quique Sanchez Flores of RCD Espanyol argues with the assistant referee after Gerard Moreno of RCD Espanyol (not in picture) scored a disallowed goal during the La Liga match...

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