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Cahill Departs Villa For Bolton

Cahill Departs Villa For Bolton

Aston Villa defender Gary Cahill has left the club on Wednesday evening to join Bolton Wanderers for an undisclosed fee.

The 22-year old centre back has seen his first team chances limited with the Villans and spent the majority of this season on loan with Sheffield United and now clearly believes his future lies elsewhere, signing a three-and-a-half-year deal with Gary Megson’s side.

No exact fee has been announced with both sides preferring to leave it “undisclosed”, however it’s believed to be around the £4-5million mark.

All the best Gary!

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Writer:Murph
Date:Wednesday January 30 2008
Time: 10:14PM

Comments

0
I'm gutted, but he didn't go to the sty. Good luck
tarzan
30/01/2008 22:22:00
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I wish him luck but think if we got anything like 4.5 million for him we have done well. He would never have broken into the first team i have always thought of Cahill as being the same as Stevie Davis a good player probally best suited to the championship.
daveldvilla
30/01/2008 22:25:00
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agree tarzan, its a shame to see young talent leave but at least he isn't going to the yoyo's
Waldorf
30/01/2008 22:33:00
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I rate Cahill but there is no way he was going to displace Davis or Laursen and he is too good to want to sit on the bench at this stage of hsis carreer when he's still learning his trade. Zat is, imo a more than capable back-up and if we can get cover for LB we have Bouma that can cover CB too so I think, if we got £4-5 mill as suggested it's a good deal for all concerned.
Villain Of The North
30/01/2008 23:08:00
0
Good luck Gary. You will forever remain in Villa folklore for 'that goal'. So glad he didn't go and play for 'them'.
Adam Deuce
31/01/2008 00:12:00
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Thanks for THE goal and best of luck. Thanks for not going to bloos for two reasons: first, its BCFC! Second, BCFC might actually do alright with Ridge and Cahill in the back and noone wants that, do they?
gwyllum18
31/01/2008 04:02:00
0
Best of luck Gaz, and heartfelt thanks for 'that' goal.
glensider
31/01/2008 05:35:00
0
Well said glensider. Cahill will always be remembered for 'that' goal and i am so glad he didn't do a Ridgewell and join the scum. Good luck Gaz
MattUTV
31/01/2008 08:02:00
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at least he stuck two fingers up to the blues hahahahahahahaha even our fifth choice centre half didnt want to play for them.
Stig
31/01/2008 08:28:00
0
time will tell, but £5m now is better than letting him leave for half that in the summer, or nothing in 18 months time.
Stig
31/01/2008 08:29:00
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