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Mixed Feelings On Lee Hendrie

Mixed Feelings On Lee Hendrie

Vital Villa asked if Lee Hendrie should play again for Aston Villa.

45% said he would be better to be sold and a further 15% said he should be loaned out leaving 1% saying point blank no he shouldn't be played.

31% thought he should be used as a sub and 6% said the midfielder should be in the starting eleven.

That left just 2% who were unsure.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday September 15 2006
Time: 1:47PM

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though game but we will win
irish villa
15/09/2006 14:08:00
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Hendrie showed real promise once, but he never delivered. Has always seemed more interested in being out on the p*ss than being a professional footballer. He has basically wasted an opportunity most young lads dream of. He's dead wood. If it was up to me he'd have gone a long time ago.
The Usual Suspect
15/09/2006 14:20:00
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I disagree i think if Lee was given a chance in the starting 11 he would be a real asset. He's fast and not scared to run at defenders. not to mention his loyaty to villa and who cares if he gets p*ssed every so often as long as he is sober and 100% committed when he walks through those gates at villa park. I still think the best is to come from him if he is given the chance.
kentvilla
15/09/2006 14:42:00
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at 29 the best is to come? its always been one excuse after another with him. If he was going to become a dependable player he would have by now. ship him out.
The Usual Suspect
15/09/2006 15:09:00
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all hendrie does is moan and cry, dont need players like him trying to rock what seems to be a steady ship for once
samtozer
15/09/2006 15:35:00
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I like Lee, and think he has been a loyal and dedicated servant to the Villa Park cause. I do feel though that his days as a Villa first team regular are all but over, and believe that new opportunities await him elsewhere. Good luck to him. However I dont really think that we should be allowing him to move on until January at the earliest. We've a relatively small squad numbers wise as it is, and he could be a useful stand in if and when injuries/suspensions/loss of form hit.
glensider
15/09/2006 20:39:00
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Lets just move on
myleftfoot
15/09/2006 21:45:00
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At 29 he needs first team football. If Danny Mills can join the ranks in the Championship, then why not Lee?
sandgroanun
18/09/2006 15:48:00
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Looks like its going to happen as Palace are intrested in taking him
kentvilla
20/09/2006 11:15:00
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Does anyboby know what has happened to Roy Atkien since MON has taken over.
kentvilla
20/09/2006 11:50:00
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