Villa were top of the league on New Year’s Day but a run of no wins in ten games from January 9 to April 10 ended their participation altogether as they held on to finish sixth. It was a phenomenal effort from a team that was forced to sell its top goalscorer amid vague threats of managerial gun violence at the start of the campaign. They jeopardised Treble dreams long before they became a reality and still missed out on European qualification to Harry Redknapp’s West Ham.
Chelsea and Liverpool are both within range of the top four after West Ham lost at Newcastle, while Sheffield United's relegation has been confirmed.
Hold on to your hats everyone, the roadrunner himself, Mr Adama Traore, is well and truly back. This season has been one to write off and quickly forget about from a Wolves perspective. That can be...