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The Daily Star claim that Ipswich are looking to take Aston Villa's 19-year-old Republic of Ireland defender Stephen O'Halloran on loan.

Championship teams can still take loans despite the transfer window closing.

Reason I'm repeating this rumour? Well, I've just got a new image of Stephen and was determined to use it!

O'Halloran played in Villa reserve's home 4-1 demolition of Fulham last night.

Scorers: Zoltan Stieber, Damian Bellon, Tobias Mikaelsson and Danny Earls.

Villa team: Bevan, Herd, O'Halloran, Lowry, Earls, Osbourne, D.Bellon, Hogg, Harewood, Mikaelsson, Stieber. Subs: Y.Bellon (on for O'Halloran 64), Boyle, Collins (on for Harewood 72), Delfouneso (on for Osbourne 64).

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday September 4 2007
Time: 12:46PM

Comments

0
You could have just done a caption competition.
still skeggy
04/09/2007 12:50:00
0
Anyone watch the game last night? How did Harewood and Delfouneso play?
son_of_cher
04/09/2007 13:01:00
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Are you sure that is not an old picture of Mark Kinsella?
voiceoftheholte
04/09/2007 13:27:00
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he does look a lot like Kinsella! and Harewood had some nice touches but didn't do too much, Delfounseso only had a few minutes and not enough time to do anything!
randy.stand
04/09/2007 17:53:00
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Looks like a cross between Hendrie and Kinsella.
Hoss The Villain
04/09/2007 18:16:00
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A loan spell at a Championship side would very definitely be a useful part of young Stephen's development, but in view of our current full back situation, I cant quite see how we could sanction such a move. Difficult one to call.
glensider
04/09/2007 22:27:00
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Give him some good experience, IF he gets first team footy. Futures bright.
*Holte*End*Star*
05/09/2007 08:02:00
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he must be one of the only players in the world to have have more International caps than first team club games.
Pking
05/09/2007 15:30:00
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Probably a good idea for him to get some game time, but then again, when the injuries come around we need numbers to back us u. therefore NO!
AussieVilla
06/09/2007 09:44:00
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Id like to see Steiber and the Bellon brothers go out on loan.
Pking
06/09/2007 22:25:00
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