Aston Villa manager Remi Garde says his group will truly really feel confident following holding the potent attack of Man City to a scoreless draw.
English Premier League club Aston Villa announced the appointment of Frenchman Remi Garde as their new coach.
Former Manchester United and Everton assistant manager Steve Round is being lined up to be Remi Garde’s No.two at Aston Villa, sources have told ESPN FC.
Garde is nonetheless operating on creating his backroom group at Villa quickly following replacing Tim Sherwood as manager at Villa Park earlier this month.
The Frenchman was keen to bring him with Lyon coaching duo Gerald Baticle and Bruno Genesio, but the Ligue 1 club have been unwilling to let them leave for Villa.
It means Garde has been forced to appear elsewhere to bring in some coaches and he has turned his attentions to Round.
Round is presently out of operate right after leaving Derby County last season where he worked alongside extended-time associate Steve McClaren.
Round has previously worked with McClaren at Middlesbrough and England and he turned down the likelihood to reunite with him at Newcastle final summer season time as he looked to forge his own profession in management.
Villa are keen to add the 45-year-old to their coaching workers as he has a wealth of encounter of coaching in the Premier League that will help Garde’s transition from management in Ligue 1.
Round has held talks with Garde and Villa hope to safe his appointment just just before Saturday’s trip to Everton.
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