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#AskBertrand: Ryan on Villa life, Samba stars and facing Robben

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#AskBertrand: Ryan on Villa life, Samba stars and facing Robben

Ryan Bertand was the latest player to answer supporter questions via Twitter in our #Ask series. Check out the on-loan Chelsea full-back's answers below.

Q] Who is the toughest player you have ever played against?
Submitted: @AlejoG22

RB: This man right here [points to newspaper cutting of Arjen Robben]. More so on a training basis, as thankfully in the Champions League we managed to get one over him!

I say that because I was very young. I was 16 when I started training with the first team at Chelsea and I'd got this guy who seemed like he could run at 1,000 miles-per-hour.

So facing him was a good learning experience for me when I was young.

Q] Where do you hide your Champions League medal?
Submitted: @TheChelsea_India

RB: It is locked away at home in the safe!


Q] Which player do you get on best with at Villa?
Submitted: @ADAM_AVFC95

RB: Everyone really. If you see me, nine times out of 10 I'll be with Gabby Agbonlahor or Fabian Delph really.

But all the boys are great and I'm happy to be with anyone. There are a lot of us that are a similar age, which is good.

Q] Are you enjoying living in Birmingham?
Submitted: @HamadMubarak

RB: It is great. Sometimes the weather has been better than in London!

It is been very good. It's a very nice city centre with very nice people and it is a really good part of the country.

Q] Which player from the past would you like to have played against?
Submitted: @AVJosh

RB: Probably Ronaldinho and the Brazil national team from the 2002 World Cup.

I'd like to have been there playing against that team that had Rivaldo, Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos and Cafu.

It would have been great to compete against Roberto Carlos and Cafu.

Snap up match tickets for Villa v Fulham.

By @AVFCOfficial 2nd April 2014
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