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Martin O'Neil No1 For Villa Fans

Martin O'Neil No1 For Villa Fans

Vital Villa asked who would you replace David O'Leary with if you had the opportunity. The poll was suggested by message board member Aronno7 and the results were emphatic!

58% want Martin O'Neil. Probably be the same for most clubs that, he is a top manager who could build an empire if he went to the right club with the right backing. Obviously the right backing at Villa will only happen when a certain Mr Ellis leaves.

8% wanted Sven, not sure if they also want his fake sheikh! 7% said Stuart Pearce, but as his team have the hoodoo over Villa, I can't see why he would want to move. Mind you, the whole poll was hypothetical, as no one will come to Villa whilst we have the current 'takeover' (cough cough) situation.

No one voted for Mark Hughes, 9% wanted someone else and 18% said they wouldn't want David O'Leary replaced.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday March 17 2006
Time: 5:53PM

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Great indication of how at least 58% of the Villa fanbase still have their brains up their arse
avfc48
17/03/2006 18:21:00
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Great indication of how at least 58% of the Villa fanbase still have their brains up their arse
avfc48
17/03/2006 18:21:00
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O'Neil would be a fantastic manager for Villa. But is he even considering returning to football? A certain person I know quite well told me once that O'Neil was being lined up to replace Gregory. Apparently O'Neil had even been to V.P. and met with Ellis. O'Neil was even said to him he could work with Ellis. I can't believe Hughes didn't get a single vote, he ain't done that badly for Blackburn, has he,.
still skeggy
17/03/2006 18:40:00
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O'Neil would be a fantastic manager for Villa. But is he even considering returning to football? A certain person I know quite well told me once that O'Neil was being lined up to replace Gregory. Apparently O'Neil had even been to V.P. and met with Ellis. O'Neil was even said to him he could work with Ellis. I can't believe Hughes didn't get a single vote, he ain't done that badly for Blackburn, has he,.
still skeggy
17/03/2006 18:40:00
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Would be the right man, however is very unlikely to be ever the manager.
Tierney
17/03/2006 18:55:00
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Would be the right man, however is very unlikely to be ever the manager.
Tierney
17/03/2006 18:55:00
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You are currently voting that O'Leary is your 2nd best Manager, so leave him be. I think he is a good Manager, and comes across as a decent man too. Sometimes you don't get both (take Ferguson and Keegan). He is digging his garden with the only tools he has been provided with.
pompeygray
18/03/2006 01:10:00
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You are currently voting that O'Leary is your 2nd best Manager, so leave him be. I think he is a good Manager, and comes across as a decent man too. Sometimes you don't get both (take Ferguson and Keegan). He is digging his garden with the only tools he has been provided with.
pompeygray
18/03/2006 01:10:00
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Sorry 2nd worst.
pompeygray
18/03/2006 01:12:00
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Sorry 2nd worst.
pompeygray
18/03/2006 01:12:00
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