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McLeish determined to win over fans

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Manager Alex McLeish has revealed his determination to win over the Aston Villa fans who still doubt whether he is the right man for the job.

McLeish admits it has been a "rollercoaster six months" since replacing Gerard Houllier at the helm during the summer. His move from local rivals Birmingham angered some sections of Villa supporters. Villa have had an up-and-down campaign and been hovering around the mid-table mark in what is a period of transition after the successful Martin O'Neill era.

But McLeish is still enthusiastic about the challenges ahead even with little money available for new signings. The Scot, whose side visit Stoke on Boxing Day, said: "I said at the time I took over that I've got to try and prove I'm the right man for this job."

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