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Takeover Announcement Tomorrow?

Looks like today's news about an imminent takeover might just be true. Various sources have today said that the stories come from genuine sources.

It also now appears that there could be an announcement to the City as early as tomorrow morning. I get the very strong feeling that this is not another false dawn, this could well be the start of a new Villa era.

The reported 64million takeover by property company Comer Homes Group could finally put us in with a real chance of competing. The Irish-based company, which has assets of 1billion. It appears that Doug and Petchey (who between them own 58%) are willing to accept 5.60 a share and the deal will be put to all the shareholders over the next few weeks.




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Date:Sunday October 30 2005

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