Ahmed Elmohamady thinks that the coronavirus-enforced suspension of football might show to be a true blessing in camouflage for his relegation-threatened Aston Villa side.
Ahmed Elmohamady has actually advised his Aston Villa teammates to see the present break in football as an opportunity to make a “fresh start” when the Premier League does ultimately return.
It is now more than a month considering that the last Premier League game happened, with Villa finding themselves on completion of a 4-0 knocking by Leicester City prior to the coronavirus pandemic brought all football to a dead stop.
The defeat to Leicester was Villa’s 5th in a row throughout all competitions and left Dean Smith‘s side 19 th in the Premier League table, and Elmohamady thinks that the interruption in play might offer his side a much-needed possibility to “reset” and go out of their rut.
“I do believe this break could give us a fresh start to play the final 10 games of the season, and give everyone a chance to reset,” the Egypt international informed Sky Sports News.
” We went through a hard duration prior to the season stopped, and this break would enable the likes of John McGinn, who is a key player for us, get back to full physical fitness and assist us for the final 10games I do think we can come back fresh which this break was required for us, prepared to combat for the staying games.
“We do have a strong team spirit in the team. It’s something that has always been here and is created from the manager, staff and senior players downwards.”
Villa currently sit 2 points from safety in the Premier League table, however they likewise have a game in turn over the teams around them.