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Villa's Wilf 'Boom Boom' Bouma Looks To Stay

Wilfred Bouma has admitted he would like to extend his stay at Aston Villa and talks are expected soon.

Bouma, joining up with the Dutch squad for the summer's Euro 2008 finals, is at the end of his current deal with Villa able to trigger a one year option. Martin O'Neill has already said that they want to do more than just take up that option.

Wilf, a player who has gone from strength to strength since joining Villa under David O'Leary, said:

'In my time here we have gone from 16th to 11th to sixth, which is a massive improvement. My performances have gone the same way as well and hopefully I can continue that after the summer.'

Adding, 'The extension to my contract is already there and there will be some talks in the coming weeks. I think we will get it sorted. The manager said it will be for two or three years so we will see what happens. I'm very pleased with how things are going and we shall see what the deal brings.'

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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 17 2008

Time: 9:41AM

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I'm adopting Holland as my national side this summer with the boom the only villa player representing us.
villabikes29
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17/05/2008 09:48:00

he's really improved alot. next season, he will be dubbed "world class". no doubt about it.
Gruck
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17/05/2008 09:51:00

Get him on another three years his performances over the last 18 months, and his consistency have deserved it
fatloser
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17/05/2008 10:02:00

im gonna support sweden for olly!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ric112
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17/05/2008 10:12:00

I hope he signs before the Euros because other managers will get a good look at him.Not many realise how good he is.
Pking
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17/05/2008 10:25:00

hope he stays he has been great this season and I understand why he getts bissed off when MON sub;s him.
col8
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17/05/2008 11:09:00

We need him signed and sealed. Good, solid, reliable defender. He's well worth an extended deal, although we do need a back up. I'm not keen on young O'Halloran, he's never impressed me.
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18/05/2008 23:10:00

 

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