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01/16/2020

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Aston Villa will have to wait until the Monday after the season has ended to decide whether to challenge for promotion to the Premier League.
The Championship side, who will join the top flight in the summer, have already missed the fourth round of games in the competition.
Villa, whose home record for games not finished by goal is one win, five draws and eight defeats in their 25 games, can only stay up if they win or draw their final two matches but that could take a significant amount of time, given that a win at Newcastle in their next Premier League match would see them through.
Manager Steve Bruce, who will leave Villa following their last-gasp win over West Brom on Saturday, is eager to get his team back into contention.
Villa were promoted to the Premier League in 2010 and have reached the final of the Europa League, but Bruce believes the side are in the wrong situation to challenge for the top-flight.
“Our squad has been oversubscribed for a period of time because that is football,” Bruce told the club website.
“There has been a lack of quality. A good opportunity has come up for us to compete and I want to look at the players and hopefully there is a team of players – a nucleus of players – that we can do that with.”
Villa have finished 12th or better in the last two of the last three seasons and Bruce thinks the club can challenge for the top-flight title this season.
He said: “I don’t think we will be going into a second season in this division.
“I think this is the opportunity for us to go and try and fight for the top league title – that is why we came out and we played Newcastle for all three legs.
“It is not as though we want to struggle for anything and we don’t want to play the games we have played over the last two years.
“It’s good for the football club that the chairman wants to invest. Let’s hope that our fans are going to back us because we want to play for promotions.”Welcome to Part 1 of a 5-part series, where we review the current state of our nation-state’s internet. We will be looking at three parts in this series: What is the status-quo (Part 1), what’s changed over the past decade or so (Part 2), and then what can be expected of the future (Part 3). It will be up to you, the reader, to decide whether our observations have merit and whether or not we should be concerned. What is the Status-Quo? Internet freedom may seem like an outdated buzzword, but like many trends, it has endured thanks to political will and sheer force of will alone. The US and most of the world has always had very free and very open internet, and the only thing that has changed in the past 10+ years is that the world has changed. What is the status-quo? In the early days, the internet was very easy for anyone to