Peter Crouch reveals one special thing that ‘elevates’ Aston Villa to a whole new level

The latest Aston Villa news as the former striker has talked about playing at Villa Park during his time at the club.

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Former Aston Villa striker Peter Crouch has called Villa Park a “special” place to play.

Crouch played for Villa between 2002 and 2004. He made 43 appearances for the club before leaving for Southampton, scoring six goals.

It suggests that he had the option of temporarily claiming Villa Park as his residence. One of the oldest stadiums in the Premier League, Villa, is one that the team hopes to enlarge.

The experience of playing at Villa Park was covered by Crouch in a recent interview with That Peter Crouch Podcast. The former striker added that the FA Cup semifinal should be held there once more.

Since Villa began playing there in 1897, several noteworthy matches have taken place there. Unai Emery’s team won’t be back in action at the stadium until a little later; their 2023–24 home season will begin on August 19 with a Premier League match against Everton.


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