3) Remi Garde
Remi Garde is considered one of the worst Premier League managers of the 2010s. The Frenchman arrived at the club on 2 November 2015, the team was at the bottom at that time thanx to Sherwood and the team was still sitting at the bottom when he left the club after 4 months in March 2016.
His time at the club began with a rather good result when Villa snatched a point from league leaders Man City but after that, it was all bad news. He had a horrendous record of only 3 wins in 23 games with a win percentage of only 13.04 %. He is, without a doubt, one of the worst Aston Villa managers ever.
2) Billy McNeill
Billy McNeil was hired as Villa manager in the wake of Graham Turner’s sacking. The Scottish manager was highly regarded at Spurs and Celtic but won just 9 out of 42 games for Aston Villa and finished rock bottom of the old division one.
He was the last manager to get the team relegated before Remi Garde in 2016. He joined Villa after a reasonably good tenure with Man City. McNeill stood down and was replaced by Graham Taylor after Aston Villa finished at the bottom.
1) Roberto di Matteo
The Italian coach was a manager with a great reputation at the moment, after achieving promotion with West Brom and then spectacularly winning the UEFA Champions League and FA Cup with Chelsea but his tenure at Aston Villa was a wreck.
He has the worst win percentage of 8.33% in the history of Aston Villa to this date, by winning only a single game in his time in charge of the club. He was sacked on 3 October 2016 after a 2–0 defeat at Preston North End and was replaced by Steve Bruce to pick up the pieces who did a rather good job with the club.