Saturday media watch [14.04.12]: Old boy Young in focus
The Mirror: Alex McLeish has urged Aston Villa's players to be "streetwise" when they come up against old-boy Ashley Young tomorrow.
The Mirror: Swansea's refusal to budge on their strict wage ceiling, is set to end any chance of them signing James Collins.
Birmingham Mail: Barry Bannan reckons Villa must be bold enough to believe they can pop the Premier League title charge of Manchester United tomorrow.
Birmingham Mail: Alex McLeish has warned Villa's players to "stay on their feet" during tomorrow's reunion with Ashley Young.
Setanta Sports: Aston Villa are likely to be without Chris Herd for Sunday's trip to Manchester United and will need a late check on Stephen Warnock.
Daily Star: Alex McLeish has warned his Aston Villa players not to get caught out by £18m old-boy Ashley Young.
Daily Express: The nerves will kick in for Stephen Ireland as he tries to stop Manchester United, the team he has supported since boyhood, winning the title.
Setanta Sports: Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish doesn't want his players to be afraid of tackling Ashley Young and his Manchester United team-mates.
Daily Mail: Alex McLeish has warned Aston Villa's defenders to stay on their feet if they are trying to combat Ashley Young.
*The extracts on this page are taken from various newspapers and media outlets. They do not necessarily reflect the views of Aston Villa.
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