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Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce still blames himself for QPR defeat - the full transcript

Steve Bruce is still reeling after Villa's midweek defeat to QPR and continues to blame himself for the defeat. The experienced boss claims he 'should have known better' not to freshen up his team after the game came just three days after a mammoth...

today, 08:42 in Regional West

These are the 46 major British retailers misleading consumers - Which? investigation slams Iceland,...

Almost 50 major online retailers are misinforming or failing to provide clear information to shoppers about returns rights on their websites, according to a damning new study. Which? assessed the information provided about online returns and faulty...

today, 05:44 in Regional West

Star Wars film to be shot in Birmingham – and here's how you can help

A Birmingham director is planning a short film set in the Star Wars Universe – and he hopes it will be of the First Order. Padawan Rising will tell the story of Kano, an impetuous young Jedi who needs to be taught a sense of responsibility. When she...

today, 05:44 in Regional West

Wolves fan trolls Aston Villa; How Nuno should line his troops up against Burton

How Wolves should line up It's struggling Burton Albion at Molineux this weekend and Wolverhampton Wanderers don't need to shuffle the pack much at all. Wolves got over the Aston Villa blip by resuming normal service with a victory over Reading in...

today, 05:19 in Regional West

Aston Villa's anguish - Steve Bruce on how the Championship 'kicks you in the balls'

You’d think a man of Steve Bruce’s experience would be used to the rollercoaster ride of the Championship by now. After all, this is his ninth campaign managing in the second-tier during a career in the hot seat that has almost reached the 20-year...

yesterday, 22:47 in Regional West

Steve Bruce to Manchester United? This fan thinks Aston Villa's boss is better than Mourinho

Steve Bruce to Manchester United? That should happen according to one United fan who has had enough of current boss Jose Mourinho. Aside from Tuesday’s defeat to Queens Park Rangers, Aston Villa have been breathtakingly good since the turn of the...

yesterday, 20:44 in Regional West

Pensioner left seriously injured by hit-and-run driver in Ward End

Police have launched an urgent appeal for help after a woman in her 80s was left hospitalised with serious injuries by a hit-and-run driver. Washwood Heath Road in Ward End was closed following the collision involving a car and pedestrian. The...

yesterday, 20:04 in Regional West

Another stunning sign of the progress this Wolves striker is making away from Molineux

Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Duckens Nazon is the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month winner for February, receiving 51% of the public vote. The 23-year-old frontman is currently on loan with Oldham Athletic and scored a belter as part of a brace...

yesterday, 19:50 in Regional West

Former West Brom striker Lee Hughes declared bankrupt

Former West Bromwich Albion striker Lee Hughes has been declared bankrupt. Halesowen Town became the 13th club of Hughes’ 24-year career after they signed him last week following his first spell in management with Worcester City. Hughes, 41,...

yesterday, 19:31 in Regional West

Highly rated Aston Villa defender signs new contract

Rookie defender Mitchell Clark has been handed a new Aston Villa contract as reward for his eye catching displays for the under-23s this season. The 19-year-old defender has played all across the backline for Kevin MacDonald’s team this season and has...

yesterday, 18:53 in Regional West

Police helicopter in hunt for five children missing from school

The police helicopter was called into action this afternoon after five pupils went missing from an Islamic school in Bordesley Green. The alert was raised after parents went to collect the year-five pupils aged about nine from the Al-Hijrah School on...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional West

Britain's first community-run chip shop closes after just two weeks

Britain’s first community run chip shop has been forced to close after less than two weeks – following the sudden resignation of its manager and frier. Chelmund’s Fish & Chips cost £120,000 to set up and had been two years in the planning. Its...

yesterday, 18:30 in Regional West

Steve Bruce's pressing selection dilemmas ahead of Aston Villa's crucial clash at Bolton

Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce is considering changes for Saturday's trip to Bolton Wanderers. James Bree will come in at left-back to replace the injured Neil Taylor and Alan Hutton while Axel Tuanzebe also misses out. Andre Green and Jonathan Kodjia...

yesterday, 18:13 in Regional West

First glimpse at 5,500-home Sutton Coldfield green belt development plans

Key details of how the new 5,500 home housing development on Sutton Coldfield’s green belt land will look are set to be revealed at two public meetings next week. Langley Sutton Coldfield Consortium, a group of landowners, which holds or controls 94...

yesterday, 17:43 in Regional West

Steve Bruce reveals why Aston Villa are unhappy about Wolves' transfer policy

Steve Bruce has questioned Wolverhampton Wanderers’ ability to attract top level players to the Championship. Wolves have managed to secure several top players from abroad with the help of super agent, and Fosun adviser, Jorge Mendes and Aston Villa...

yesterday, 16:55 in Regional West

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