Robert Snodgrass targets win at Aston Villa as Manuel Pellegrini backs Declan Rice

The set will soon back in Premier League action on Monday, although west Ham duo Robert Snodgrass and Declan Rice suffered a difficult time on duty.
Scotland dropped their Qualifiers to Russia and Belgium, the 4-0 defeat to the latter was the very first time Snodgrass had played a year ago since losing to the resistance.
«This was a disappointing number of consequences for us personally,» said Snodgrass.
«It had been my first start at a very long period for Scotland, and also to get beat how we did…
«We turned off at vital times and if they’ve got the likes of [Kevin] De Bruyne, [Romelu] Lukaku and [Dries] Mertens at the side they could cause you problems and that’s what they achieved.»
Snodgrass is keen to concentrate on the challenge ahead a trip to a few of their former clubs, Aston Villa, on Monday Night Football in front of the Sky cameras.
«We want to try and win the game in Aston Villa as, keep on progressing, we must continue winning football games and will need to bring different ideas to split these kinds of down teams.
«Aston Villa are a very good side. I’ve watched them a lot this year due to the fact I’ve been around and kept in touch with some of their players and staff, and we are going to need to be at our best to get a outcome.»
Snodgrass’ West Ham team-mate Declan Rice continues to be facing a difficult time on the stage after he received death threats for choosing to play for England the Republic of Ireland.
In addition, he came in for some criticism because of his defensive error which led against England at the European Qualifier of Tuesday at St Mary’s.
Hammers manager Manuel Pellegrini is convinced Rice has the mindset to shoot all into his stride and prosper for the national aspect:»Declan is a really young player, he’s improving in every game he playswith,» said Pellegrini.
«He’s only 20 years old and now I think with his age it’s very important he performs for England and it’s important for him the way he can demonstrate he functions.
«You can expect these errors for any kind of participant. He’s improving and for the second he’s currently doing well in this place.
«If you’re 20 years older you always wish to play, but we will see if he has any muscle problem. For the moment Declan must keep on playing.»
«Once I took him from the team a year ago I told him you need a couple more games to function in that position, he constantly is improving and would like to understand. He knows what he’s doing wrong and he wishes to enhance.»
«He’s played at the best level for the two matches [for England] and that will give him assurance.»

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