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Who Could Villa Not Afford To Lose?

Vital Villa asked, in a poll suggested by still skeggy,

With the summer transfer window approaching who would we find hard to replace if they where sold?

Ashley Young came out number one with an impressive 49%

I must admit I thought number two in the poll, Martin Laursen (26%) would have won with a landslide!

Other results:

Gareth Barry (12%)
Gabriel Agbonlahor (4%)
John Carew (3%)
Wilfred Bouma (3%)
Nigel Reo-Coker (2%)
Marlon Harewood (1%)

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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 21 2008

Time: 9:16AM

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Well than goodness no one voted for Great Scot, the man with Teflon hands.
Villain Of The North
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21/03/2008 09:23:00

gotta be ashley, he's set up most of our goals and is the big threat
krisvilla
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21/03/2008 11:24:00

Laursen is fantastic but i think davies has the potential to be just as good if not better.
villabikes29
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21/03/2008 11:55:00

Agree with the comments regarding Martin Laursen, but I think that he would arguably be easier to replace than would Ashley. We all saw what an Ashley-less Aston Villa would look like at Craven Cottage a few weeks back, and it wasn't a very pretty sight.
glensider
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21/03/2008 13:18:00

Dare I suggest MON, or is it strictly players only? All Hail MON.
glensider
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25/03/2008 01:47:00

 

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