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Danny Mills Is NOT A Villa Target

Danny Mills Is NOT A Villa Target

Villa manager David O'Leary has said that he has no interest in Manchester City and former Leeds right-back Danny Mills.

It seems the reports last week linking Villa with a move for the former England international was simply agent talk trying to find his player a new club after Citeh said he would be allowed to leave for around £1million.

We did a poll asking if you would like to see Mills join Villa and over 60% said they would because he would add experience and bite to the team.
However O'Leary has flatly denied any interest:

'We do not have any plans to bring in Danny Mills. I am happy with that position and there are other areas of the team we need to concentrate upon.'


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

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday June 5 2006
Time: 9:16AM

Comments

0
Happy with that position. Fair enough. 1 down, 10 to go. :)
GaztonVilla
05/06/2006 09:17:00
0
Happy with that position, fine as long as we dont sell Delaney then and he stays injury free. But UDLC had to play a few games this season when both Delaney and Hughes were injured so who will slot in if this happens again?
Aronno7
05/06/2006 09:27:00
0
Jlloyd Samuel, oh no, silly me, he is being sold as well!
The Fear
05/06/2006 09:31:00
0
Typical huh? The one (and so far only) time that the fans actually want O'Leary to sign one of his "old chums" from Leeds, he says he's not going to. This man has absolutely no rapport with the fans!!!!! - not that I'm a big fan of Mills, but it would be nice if he at least listened.
Villain Of The North
05/06/2006 10:57:00
0
NEVER MIND OLEARY AND MILLS...WHAT ABOUT RANIERI TALKING ABOUT VILLA ???
JASON
05/06/2006 11:04:00
0
Thank god for that!! Players get linked to villa all the time and in most cases its agents that are doing the 'linking' Sure Mills mightve improved the squad but there are shed loads of players that could do that. When money is limited we've no choice but to be incredibly selective about which players the club goes for.
andrew144
05/06/2006 11:15:00
0
with talk of a takeover and us not being linked with mills ,maybe things are looking up.
south coast villain
05/06/2006 11:29:00
0
It would be nice if O'Leary listened to fans in order to get transfer targets? If O'Leary ever ever ever ever ever signs a player simply because the fans like the idea of it, I'll mortgage my house so that Ellis can sack him. What a crazy comment.
GaztonVilla
05/06/2006 11:57:00
0
No doubt we have a youth team player waitin in the wings to step in if (when) Delaney and hughes get injured.thtas wot he means so then he can keep sayin 'ah we have a nice bunch of kids who ah give me 100% and ah thats all i can ask' in his post match comments
sk1nner80
05/06/2006 12:22:00
0
You must have a nice house Gazton :-)
Beovilla
05/06/2006 13:09:00
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