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Lee Hendrie Exit Edges Closer

A Villa Park exit for midfielder Lee Hendrie still looks very much on the cards before the transfer window closes tomorrow at midnight.

Reports this week suggested his move to Stoke collapsed after Blackburn Rovers came in and bid for him.

Martin O'Neill has refuted those reports: 'No Premiership side has spoken to me direct, but that might change and that doesn't mean no-one has contacted Lee or his agent. At the minute the interest comes from Championship sides, but that might change. Stoke City came back in for him last Thursday and Friday, but for one reason or another it didn't go through. I think there are a number of teams interested in Lee at the minute.'




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 30 2007

Time: 3:18PM

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bad influence, always under the influence (narcotics etc...) good riddance.
Astonvillionaire
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30/01/2007 15:45:00

For whatever reason, he's obviously not in MON's immediate or future plans. Best for all concerned if he moves on even if only on loan again until seasons end.
glensider
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30/01/2007 18:53:00

This saga with Hendrie has been longer than a tale of two tittys. Just bow out gracefully.
col8
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30/01/2007 23:17:00

and off he goes to stoke
steff_the_villan
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31/01/2007 11:24:00

Where steff he'll be more or less guaranteed regular first team football. At this stage of his career, and at his age, that has to be a huge plus point for him. Wonder where it leaves his end of season testimonial game though? Presumably he'll still get it, but will supporters turn up for a game designed to benefit a player plying his trade elsewhere?
glensider
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18/02/2007 04:30:00

 

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