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Lee Hendrie Back Out On Loan

Lee Hendrie Back Out On Loan

Aston Villa have announced that Lee Hendrie has re-joined Stoke City on loan until the end of the season.

The 29-year-old midfielder has been the subject of much speculation following links to Sheffield United, Blackburn Rovers and a permanent move to Stoke, amongst others.

Looks like that is the end of his Villa career, oh well, there you go, he'll always remain wasted potential over delivery as far as I am concerned.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday January 30 2007
Time: 5:27PM

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Obviously suits him to be a big fish in a small pond rather than a small fish in a big pond
Villain Of The North
30/01/2007 17:33:00
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I think he's taken the only option available, any team signing him permanently will have offered next to nothing and he'd have wanted 40k per week to keep his Ferrari in juice (Lucas Neill another prime example)
tarzan
30/01/2007 17:35:00
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Its too late to regret behaving badly, played some good games for us ( I think thats what he was paid to do ) but its now time to go. close the door on your way out please.
morky13villa
30/01/2007 17:52:00
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Glad I haven't got to go to Stoke again too soon ;-(
spit-fire
30/01/2007 17:54:00
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shame, he really could have been a massive player for Villa, I hate it when people waste their talents. Still, that is the last time he'll be at Villa Park, he'll have a few suitors come the summer I guess and at least he proves that he wants to play footie, not sit on the bench. Wonder how much of his wages we still have to pay?
The Fear
30/01/2007 17:56:00
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we have got a testermonial at end of season for him not sure against who tho , theres whispers against a team from 1982 cuz he wanted to play blues but thats been thrown out of window, anyway i will go to a testimonial , will anyone else
meakers
30/01/2007 18:02:00
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This is great news for Rovers. Glad we missed out, ahem, on him!!
roversman
30/01/2007 18:46:00
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I reckon this means we've got someone new coming new definitely as why would o'neill let him go at this stage? Thats hell of a lot of midfielders (albeit mediocre ones) we've lost this window otherwise...
olafthegreat
30/01/2007 18:49:00
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cant see anymore signings myself i hope im wrong, i was confident in us signing another midfielder but after hearing MON today things dont look great, on the upside we do have Young and The HULK cant wait for the trip to newcastle
Kernow Carew
30/01/2007 19:12:00
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No sign of Milner coming and as for Hendrie I guess there is no point keeping the old boiler if O'Neil dont have plans for him
Christo
30/01/2007 19:28:00
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