Roberto Di Matteo on the brink of the sack after Aston Villa's winless run stretches to NINE matches with defeat at Preston
Roberto Di Matteo is on the brink of the sack after Aston Villa's season reached a new low with defeat at Preston on Saturday.
The Italian is under mounting pressure from the Villa Park board following a difficult start to the season.
After the 2-0 defeat, Di Matteo said: 'There's a team here that is good, it will come good for us.'
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