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Berger Is A Naughty Boy

Berger Is A Naughty Boy

Tut tut, Patrik Berger has been a naughty boy.

It has been revealed by Villa boss Martin O'Neill that he allowed Berger to leave Villa and go on loan to Stoke after breaching club rules earlier in the week.

Unfortunately no juicy details have been revealed but O'Neill did say:

'The call came late yesterday, just before the deadline, and after disciplining Patrik earlier this week, he was not in my plans for the foreseeable future.

'So I thought it was in everyone's best interests to let Patrik go out on loan and he links-up with Lee Hendrie at Stoke.'

Looks like the end of his so called career at Villa no matter how you look at it as his contract finishes at the end of this season.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday November 24 2006
Time: 2:05PM

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Wonder if DJ-DJ will be allowed out on loan. Pointless letting him rot.
DeanoVilla
24/11/2006 14:19:00
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Berger is a money grabbing barsteward, him and baros must not want to be at Villa, it must be Czech thing? DJ, Baros abd Berger out in January
son_of_cher
24/11/2006 14:42:00
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oh well no more berger for villa
Christo
24/11/2006 16:15:00
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Never understood why we brought him in anyway.
silkie villain
24/11/2006 18:04:00
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Cos that idiot oDreary thought he could appease the fans with an injury prone cast off. good riddance i say
TuBBz
24/11/2006 18:14:00
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Berger has stretched the patience of MON just that little bit too far. As if all the time spent in the treatment room (not overlooking last season also) wasn't wearing the boss man down somewhat, Berger now seemingly has to chance his luck a little bit further by challenging the rules and regulations of MON. Patrik has been on a cushy little number since he came onboard. A quality performer in his prime, its fairly obvious that his days at Villa Park are pretty much over now, before they even began.
glensider
24/11/2006 18:21:00
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He was the type of player who Mr potato head would have gone for, and wheres he now.
silkie villain
24/11/2006 18:51:00
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I was on the London eye when I found out about Berger signing. thought we could of done better
Christo
24/11/2006 19:18:00
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Christo, u globe trotter!!!
silkie villain
24/11/2006 19:45:00
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Fall out with MON and your off to Stoke !!! Never done anything at Villa, poor signing, past his best never seemed bothered, expect the Chipmunk to be next!!!
fatloser
24/11/2006 19:49:00
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