It has been a tough start to the season for Aston Villa, one of the favourites for promotion at the start of the season.
I think we'll already know ourselves, and not just based on the latest performance, why Johnstone was selected as part of the team but explaining the choice - the FL blurb read.
"We had a poor performance on Saturday but there's no need for the hysteria that goes with it".
"You stay with it and stay positive and create chances and take them".
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Villa had a man advantage for nearly an hour of play following Adama Traore's dismissal in the fourth minute but once again failed to find the net, three days after the same result against a struggling Brentford at Villa Park.
"The frustration is that we haven't scored again and then of course the negativity comes out that we're unattractive and all the rest of it".
Cyrus Christie, Dael Fry, Ben Gibson and Fabio provided a strong foundation and gave midfield pairing Grant Leadbitter and Adam Clayton the licence to join the attack where possible, particularly the former - who was also awarded the captain's armband once again after returning to the starting side.
Next up for Villa is a trip to Barnsley on Saturday afternoon.
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