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Steven Gerrard disagrees with Gary Neville on Chelsea following Todd Boehly’s £250m transfer spend.



Steven Gerrard, the head coach of Aston Villa, has complimented Chelsea’s summer hiring despite Gary Neville’s jab at the Blues board for a “scattergun” strategy.

On Sunday at 2 p.m., Graham Potter’s team will go to Villa Park in search of their fifth straight victory across all competitions, while Villa will want to extend their current four-game winning run.

Gerrard lauded Chelsea’s summer expenditure under new owner Todd Boehly, who spent our £250 million on new acquisitions, prior to the game.

They’ve done a great job of recruiting, according to Gerrard.

They recently changed managers, and they appear to be enjoying the honeymoon stage.

“Everything indicates that they are the game’s favorites, but this is Villa Park. We’re a little disappointed that we didn’t win either of our last two games, but we want to channel that disappointment in the correct direction. We want to play aggressively and take the game to Chelsea.

Neville, a former player for Manchester United, has a distinct perspective on Boehly’s first transfer window after succeeding Roman Abramovich as owner of the team.

The Blues icon John Terry and Neville had a Twitter argument in August during which Neville claimed their spending was “unsustainable.”

Todd Woodward needs to stop acting like a child in a candy store, Neville wrote in a tweet. It’s unsustainable and basically ad hoc. I don’t think this strategy will succeed.

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