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Aston Villa man draws criticism from senior Premier League figure following failed move



Aston Villa winger Robert Snodgrass has come in for some thinly veiled criticism from West Ham supremo Karen Brady.

Speaking in her column in the Sun, the Hammers vice-chairman made the admission that Snodgrass ‘wasn’t exactly a triumph’, and that her club has paid over the odds for players who might not have been the ideal fit for her club.

The Scot has since been in impressive form for Villa since moving to the club in the summer, and will no doubt be interested to see Brady and West Ham still commenting on his performances when he was at the London Stadium.

There has been a series of exchanges on social media and in the news between club and player since his move, with Snodgrass often taking to Twitter to call out certain comments which have come his way since he made the move to the Villa Park.

Snodgrass has since become a key figure for Steve Bruce at Villa Park, and wil be hoping to propel the club to promotion in the second half of the season and get one over on Brady and the Hammers.

Villa fans, what do you think to this? Does Brady need to keep commenting? Let us know your thoughts!

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