Aston Villa boss, Remi Garde has suggested he may not be manager of The Villans next season during his post-match press conference after his side’s humiliating 4-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City. The comments were shown in The Sunday Times, January, 31. The Birmingham Mail reported different comments from Garde, but those were still bleak.

Garde joined the Midlands side in November after they dismissed Tim Sherwood, but it seems the Frenchman may not be sticking around for the 2015/16 season, whether that be in the Premier League or Championship.

I’m here to do my best and I’m sticking by my players. I will stay to the end of the season. (The Sunday Times)

I’m here to do my best. I’m sticking with my players, trying to do our best. I know it was not a comfortable position when I came in.

I have no regrets and I will do my best until the end. (Birmingham Mail)

The former Lyon manager has overseen two victories as Villa manager since taking charge of the basement side, one of them in the league against Crystal Palace.

In recent weeks, Villa’s form has ever so slightly improved, but with no fresh signings so far in January, he has cut a frustrated figure at times in press conferences.

The Sunday Times

The job at Villa Park was always going to be a tough with the side already languishing in the relegation zone when he took over.

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