Micah Richards

The Silence is Finally Broken for Micah Richards and He has also Summed up His Career Time at the Aston Villa

Defender, Micah Richards expresses content with his career ladder in spite of his frustrations with things faced in Aston Villa. The match against Wolves, which ended in a 1-1 draw was the last match paid by Micah. It was held in October 2016.

When a fan from Machester City tweets to his support, he replied back it was a nice journey and he has no regrets. He told that it was tormenting mentally in Claret and Blue because of his injuries. His physical trauma kept him off from reaching new heights. But he had no regrets. Also, he further commits to giving 100% in everything in the future course of time.

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WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO MICAH RICHARDS?

Former Manchester City star Micah Richards was expected to reach the greatest heights in world football. The imposing right back was a revelation for the growing powerhouses in search of their first Premier League title.

Joining the Manchester City academy in 2001, he broke into the first team just four years later. Making his debut in the 2005/2006 season, he racked up 16 appearances, scoring one goal.

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Micah Richards Released From Aston Villa

Micah Richards the 30-year-old former star of Fiorentina and Manchester City was last seen featured in October 2016. He was seen in the match where Villa drew 1-1 with Wolves.  The player is now all set to be released by Aston Villa. He will be released without playing.

During his tenure with Aston Villa, Richards played 65 minutes of the Championship clash. He was seen last in the squad of club in September 2017. In this match, the player was the unused substitute. The club lost the match with the score 2-0 defeat opposite Middlesbrough in the Carabao Cup.

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MCCORMACK AND RICHARDS KEEP GETTING PAID WITHOUT WORK

Aston Villa fans are angry at the fact that exiled players Ross McCormack and Micah Richards are getting full payments despite not playing. It seems Steve Bruce is hoping their contract run out following comments after the win at Burton Albion on Saturday.

He said the only time some players can leave is when others want them. And a consideration in that is how much the players earn, according to their contract. He added that Aston Villa was “a big club and people have earned big money.” He said the club would be looking to keep players they want and let others move on. On those that want to move on but have huge salaries, then waiting for the contract to run out is the obvious choice.

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RICHARDS PARTING WAYS WITH VILLA

Counting from October 15 of 2016 until the time of writing this article, which is October 26 of 2017, that’s a time-lapse of over 1 year where the English defender has not made a single competitive appearance for his club Aston Villa.

The last time that Micah Richards represented Aston Villa in an actual match was against Wolverhampton back on October of 2016 and from there on out, Richards has had to settle with a place on the sidelines as an unused substitute player.