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To Crouch Or Not To Crouch?

Vital Villa asked, following rumours that Villa are chasing the signing of Peter Crouch from Liverpool, whether you would like the England striker back at Villa Park.

42% said yes please and a further 9% said yes if he costs no more than 10million.

26% preferred the thoughts of signing Nicolas Anelka who has been linked recently with big spending Manchester City and also Chelsea (with Drogba linked outwards)

12% wanted Spurs striker Jermain Defoe.

That left 8% saying they would prefer a different option and just 3% said an out and out no, voting that a player should never return.

According to reports today Harry Redknapp is also keen on buying Peter Crouch for Portsmouth. Man City have also been linked but then again, with a rumoured 150million to spend, who won't they be linked with?

Our latest poll, suggested by Tallaght Villan, asks whether Gary Cahill should be ahead of Zat Knight in the squad.




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 21 2007

Time: 10:53AM

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Harewood out Crouch IN!!!!!
MattUTV
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21/11/2007 11:27:00

Agree with MattUTV. We have a good chance of getting Crouchy back in. Even if we did land Anelka you know he'd always be angling after another move somewhere.
splatt
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21/11/2007 11:30:00

If it was a possibilty its a definate yes from me, but cant see Rafa wanting to sell once he realise how crap Voronin and Kuyt are.
DeanoVilla
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21/11/2007 11:50:00

Personally I'd have to say a resounding no. I didn't shed a tear when he left us, and I wouldn't be over keen to see him back. I've read and heard all the supposed statistics that back up the fact that he's now this wonderful footballer and top goalscorer, but I aint buying it.
glensider
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21/11/2007 13:14:00

I'd have him back, but no more than 10m. His record for England and even Liverpool (when he plays) is outstanding.
*Holte*End*Star*
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21/11/2007 13:53:00

Id take him, id like him back but i dont think hell go anywhere where he has been already
AussieVilla
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23/11/2007 10:10:00

 

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