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Status Quo At Villa Park?

Status Quo At Villa Park?

Vital Villa asked whether David O'Leary WILL be sacked or leave at the end of the season. The question wasn't whether you wanted him to be!

Looks like the majority, with 59%,believe he won't be sacked as they voted 'no, we are stuck with him'.

29% believed he would have the good grace and dignity to leave Villa Park. HA!

12% believe that the doddering old git we so unlovingly call our chairman would sack him.

Like most fans, I have loads of dreams for this summer, a new board, a new manager and a fresh start for the 2006/07 season.

What is most likely? The status quo remaining. :(

Not so much 'rocking all over the world', more 'down down, deeper and down.'


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

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday May 9 2006
Time: 1:16PM

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Unfortunetly because of the outragious money he is on DD will not sack him, what I would like to know from a Man (Ellis) who hates to pay a players worth, why is he overpaying the whinge???
irish villa
09/05/2006 14:44:00
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Unfortunetly because of the outragious money he is on DD will not sack him, what I would like to know from a Man (Ellis) who hates to pay a players worth, why is he overpaying the whinge???
irish villa
09/05/2006 14:44:00
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Dol is getting paid loads as he did well in his first season, signed a 3 year contract with aitken then sat back did sweet FA for the next 2 years and watched his bank balance grow...sly bugger
son_of_cher
09/05/2006 14:52:00
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Dol is getting paid loads as he did well in his first season, signed a 3 year contract with aitken then sat back did sweet FA for the next 2 years and watched his bank balance grow...sly bugger
son_of_cher
09/05/2006 14:52:00
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As soon as this take offer happens he will be the first to leave
Bobbymsb
09/05/2006 17:30:00
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As soon as this take offer happens he will be the first to leave
Bobbymsb
09/05/2006 17:30:00
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Status Quo at Villa Park? Definitely. nothing can, nor nothing will change until Ellis is no longer at the helm. That is a very sad, but very true, fact of life. Ellis quite willingly gave DOL and RA the contracts they were no doubt looking for, and unfortunately we as a club just dont have the cash to break those contracts, and pay off DOL and co. We dont like it, but unless DOL walks of his own accord (and why should he?), then we're stuck with him.
glensider
09/05/2006 20:22:00
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Status Quo at Villa Park? Definitely. nothing can, nor nothing will change until Ellis is no longer at the helm. That is a very sad, but very true, fact of life. Ellis quite willingly gave DOL and RA the contracts they were no doubt looking for, and unfortunately we as a club just dont have the cash to break those contracts, and pay off DOL and co. We dont like it, but unless DOL walks of his own accord (and why should he?), then we're stuck with him.
glensider
09/05/2006 20:22:00
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