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Jlloyd Samuel Threatens Villa Exit

Jlloyd Samuel Threatens Villa Exit

Jlloyd Samuel Threatens to Leave

According to the Daily Mirror, Jlloyd Samuel has warned Martin O'Neill that if he does not win his place back he will leave in the summer;

'I just want to play football. If that doesn't happen, I'll have to go elsewhere' he is credited with saying.

I find this hard to stomach. After only being back from injury for a couple of weeks and out of form for 2 years it seems a bit rich for him to be coming out with statements like this already.

Surely this wont endear him to MON who I think would have preferred him to keep his mouth shut, get his head down and try to improve his form thus naturally leading to a chance to stake his claim in the side. Once again a footballer is too quick to run to the papers.

I believe Samuel has just committed career suicide at the Villa.

Article by mackaavfc


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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Saturday January 20 2007
Time: 11:07AM

Comments

0
Would he be missed?
sk1nner80
20/01/2007 11:27:00
0
What a tool. The closest thing to success he has achieved is that he was almost 3rd choice left back for England a few years ago and now he thinks he's Bertie Big Banana. If he really did say it then lets ship him out pronto and get a few quid for his lazy arse while we still can.
BodyButter
20/01/2007 11:28:00
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hell no
samtozer
20/01/2007 11:28:00
0
lets hope he sticks to is word
eltoro
20/01/2007 11:28:00
0
Shut the door on the way out!
Gazvilla
20/01/2007 11:30:00
0
I agree with macka, he is running off at the mouth without putting in the performances. It seems there is no such thing as loyalty anymore among these overpaid footballers, just self interest. If he feels like that then it is better he goes. I want to see people at Villa Park who are willing to die for the team not moan because they are not playing well enought to be included. The club is much bigger than some little upsart who thinks he can hold the club to ransom.
DoogieTyBrenin
20/01/2007 11:31:00
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Ship him out, a move away is best for him , he's not exactly a fans favourite is he (anyone ever seen a fan with his name on their shirt??) Saying things like this will only make matter worse for him.
son_of_cher
20/01/2007 11:45:00
0
Yup sure did, its burnley or sumthin for you
AussieVilla
20/01/2007 11:52:00
0
Its all been downhill since he did MTV cribs and made a fool of himself!
son_of_cher
20/01/2007 11:59:00
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Who the hell does he think he is.Hes only back from injury and was appauling last season.Has done nothing to warrant a contract let alone a starting place.Let him go enjoy the delights of Charlton.These are the kind of players we need to get rid of.
Pking
20/01/2007 12:06:00
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