Jack Grealish sang this chant at Euro 2020 and Aston Villa fans will love it
Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish has been a very positive influence in the English dressing room.
You see it between matches. He gets along well with Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Bukayo Saka and Ben Chilwell, among others. Then there’s Tyrone Mings, Sam Johnstone and Conor Coady, the players he knows because he’s played with them at club level or because they play in this region. Or both.
He’s not just a positive personality – he also helps on the pitch.
Grealish, mostly on the bench, helped England on their way to the Euro 2020 final. He was instrumental in both goals as the Three Lions beat Germany in their final game of 16. and, before that, collected the assist for the winner from Sterling against the Czech Republic – his only tournament start to date.
However, there is a man in the English camp that Grealish is in the process of liquidating.
Three Lions kitman Pat Frost is an avid West Bromwich Albion supporter, in fact a former club kitman before taking the position internationally.
BirminghamLive’s Mat Kendrick tweeted after Grealish, despite being a substitute himself, was substituted in extra time in England’s 2-1 win over Denmark at Wembley. He wrote: âJack Grealish faced family tragedy, relegation and FA Cup desperation with his beloved club and was hit in the head by an idiot.
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“He’s going to suck up whatever he feels tonight and unleash it on Italy in a Euro 2020 final appearance at Wembley – and possibly star in the film himself.”
Dave Challoner, Albion’s ‘Baggie Bird’ mascot, revealed the jokes Grealish and Frost had shared throughout the tournament. In response, he tweeted: âThat !!!!! Team play, well done @JackGrealish. I played your part, for another week I will support you my boy. Just stop singing f *** the Albion to @KitmanPat!
Pat replied, “He gives it to me and I definitely give it to himâ¦ he’s a good BTW guy.”