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Lee Hendrie In Shock Stoke Move!

Well this one came out of the blue! Stoke City have beaten off a host of other clubs and taken Aston Villa midfielder Lee Hendrie on loan.

Crystal Palace and QPR were strongly linked this week and many thought Hendrie would re-join former Villa manager John Gregory at the hoops.

Wolves, West Brom and Southampton were all linked last season as Hendrie looks for regular football.

The 29-year-old will move to The Britannia Stadium on a two-month loan can could make his debut against Preston this weekend.

In other news Brighton are running the rule over 19-year-old Villa striker Sam Williams after taking him on a month's loan.

Their caretaker manager Dean Wilkins said 'Sam's not the experienced striker that we're after, but I think he'll be good for us. We'll take him for the month initially, and then see how it goes from there.'




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 29 2006

Time: 10:49AM

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It will do Hendrie the world of good, wonder how many scuffles he will have?
Donzarra
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29/09/2006 11:07:00

Good luck Lee , I hope the match practice gives you what you need to break into the villa squad when you get back ! (if you come back)
jaspervilla
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29/09/2006 11:08:00

I have never been keen on Hendrie and to be honest I hope he doesnt come back.
Layzee
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29/09/2006 11:42:00

I hope to god we're not paying his wages during the loan.
industrial_musical
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29/09/2006 13:33:00

To be honest I think Hendrie is now playing at is level and is unlikely to return, given that we are likely to invest in January.
Dannygav
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29/09/2006 15:20:00

Hope he doesn't come back. He's got the talent but at 29 he's still trying to prove himself. I think his 6 games a season will go down better in the championship.
ooahPaulMcGrath
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29/09/2006 15:37:00

he'll be an amazing championship player, and if the fans warm to him, he'll stay at stoke. Good luck lee, thanks for some great goals and watch out for lamp posts !!
bobbyfett
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29/09/2006 15:48:00

Will be interesting to see how he does, hope he gets stuck in, he could have done so much more at Villa over the years.
The Fear
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29/09/2006 16:06:00

Stoke can keep him.
The Usual Suspect
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29/09/2006 16:15:00

Its closer to home for him, so as loan deals go its the perfect move. He'll no doubt do a very good job there, and maybe at the end of the loan deal all parties will be keen to wrap up a permanent transfer.
glensider
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29/09/2006 23:11:00

Hows he getting to Stoke??? is his mum taking him??? he still only looks 13!
dazza71
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01/10/2006 07:54:00

I hope the move is made permanent. Average players such as Hendrie have held us back for far too long.
DeanoVilla
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01/10/2006 10:30:00

Up to a point I agree Deano. I think his VP days are definitely numbered, its time for him to move on to pastures new.
glensider
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30/03/2007 22:10:00

 

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