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Black looks to shake up Villa.

Byline: TOM HOPKINSON

ASTON VILLA 0 CHELSEA 4 ERIC BLACK challenged Aston Villa's sorry squad to get their beleaguered fans back onside after a poisonous atmosphere rained down from the stands during their bashing by Chelsea.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Alexandre Pato scored their first Premier League goals and Pedro hit two to give Guus Hiddink's men victory.

g Gu Alan Hutton was sent off late on for two yellows.

(to and Caretaker boss Black (left) said: "We have to try to get the fans back onside and the only way we can do that, and I've explained this to the players, is by doing it on the pitch.

"Body language is important - the punters need to get something back. This club needs to be taken, shaken and get back to the level it should be."

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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Apr 3, 2016
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