Matty Cash had been the fan’s player of the year in the previous season, but since he returned from a great World Cup, he has fallen behind Ashley Young in Aston Villa’s hierarchy. Even though he is currently out of the team, Matty Cash says that his right-back rivalry with the enduring Ashley Young is “fantastic” as he fights for a starting spot. Since Young’s victorious return from the World Cup with Poland in December, Cash, 25, has remained in Unai Emery’s pecking order at Aston Villa.
Cash added, “He has so much game experience. Even though he is 38 years old, I remind him daily that he trains like a 20-year-old. It’s essential to fight and have competition in your position. It can be challenging, especially at a big club where you need two players who can start at every position. At Villa, we have that. It’s nice to have competition, and Youngy’s success is encouraging. I desire that.
I wish the team well. I need to demonstrate that I can still climb the table when we get the chance. Cash continued, if you look at Youngy’s resume, you’ll see that he has played for Man United for how many years. He has appeared in numerous Premier League matches. You can see it daily in the group’s experience that he brings. He wants to win every time in training. That’s what I’m like, and you can also learn from great teammates and managers.