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53% Say Yes To Crouch

Vital Villa asked in our latest poll:

Should Villa Re-sign Peter Crouch?

Seems the majority have it with 53% saying yes, he is an England international and a further 12% saying yes, if there are none better about!

That left 2% unsure and 33% saying NO.

Our latest poll asks for your predictions v Derby at the weekend.

As mentioned in the Villa Times (to come later!) there is a rumour (and only that, a rumour) in our forum suggesting Barry might be Anfield bound with Peter Crouch and John Arne Riise coming to Villa. Those two in would be ok, but not at the expense of Barry!




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 10 2008

Time: 1:37PM

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barry can't go to lpool i would not be happy at that
krisvilla
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10/04/2008 15:31:00

No to Crouch! No to Robinson! What a nightmare scanario the arrival of those two would be.
glensider
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10/04/2008 16:34:00

I like Crouchy, I'd have him any day.
PTP
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10/04/2008 21:07:00

Crouch is an international level goal scorer and thats a fact,he has improved tenfold since he left us and i for one would welcome the lanky streak of striker back any day.
british84
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11/04/2008 09:06:00

Would you really take him back?
merlin
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12/04/2008 20:47:00

He's a freak :-)
merlin
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12/04/2008 21:02:00

He's going to Pompey! Deal already done, handshake stuff.
storagematt
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13/04/2008 22:16:00

 

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