Published: Mon, May 27, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Championship play-off Final Preview

Championship play-off Final Preview

Aston Villa, led by midfielder Jack Grealish, meets Derby County, led by Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson, in the final of the EFL Championship playoff at Wembley Stadium in London, England, on Monday, May 27, 2019 (5/27/19) at 10 a.m. EDT.

Here is a multi-millionaire former footballer who does not need to put himself through the stresses that will fall on his shoulders as he leads his side into battle against Aston Villa in the Championship play-off final at Wembley tomorrow, but this legend is working to an alternative agenda.

William is a keen Aston Villa supporter and was pictured embracing John Carew after the final whistle.

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Dutch worldwide Anwar El Ghazi scored for the Birmingham club just before halftime, while Derby goalkeeper Kelle Roos bungled a saved in the 59th minute that allowed John McGinn to head the ball out of his hands for the second goal.

Anwar El Ghazi scores the first goal for Villa. Conor Hourihane's lofted pass was the one that did the damage, releasing Albert Adomah in space on the Villa right where Ashley Cole, Derby's 38-year-old left-back, was left outnumbered. It doesn't go away just because you've played so many games. Speaking post-match, Jack Grealish struggled to articulate the emotion: "I can't". As for Derby, there was no real objective about their play, with Mason Mount's shot from distance the only time that Jed Steer was troubled before half-time. "We can win this game or we could lose this game but as long as the players give everything I'll be proud and the fans will be". Stood on his six-yard line, Roos tried to claim the ball with both hands, rather than punching, and McGinn accepted the invitation to nip in front of him and nod the ball into the unguarded net.

"All my friends at school were either Man United fans or Chelsea fans and I didn't want to follow the run of the mill teams".

William previously explained his allegiance to the Birmingham club in the side's visit to Wembley for the 2015 FA Cup final.

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