Writer: Dan Jones
Date:Friday July 4 2008
Our latest poll, suggested by Eircol asks Which keeper would you want as number one next season?
There are plenty of keepers being linked to the Villa in the papers, but who is the best man for the job? Did Scott Carson do enough to convince you (probably not)? Should Stuart Taylor be given his chance? Would you want to see Paul Robinson in a Villa shirt? The other options are Guzan, Foster, Green, Boruc, Hart, Cudicini and other (because lets face it, there are other keepers being linked).
Also, earlier in the week we asked in poll suggested by adamavfc - Who is most important when considering the future of Aston Villa?
64% of you think that Martin O'Neill is the most important, as he builds for the new season, he is two games away from bringing UEFA Cup football back to Villa Park.
25% believe Randy Lerner is the most important, he is the man with the money and has turned the club around, arguably the best foreign chairman in the Premiership.
5% see Gabby Agbonlahor as the key to the future, he has improved over the last two seasons and could be the next Villa player to hit the 20 goal mark!!
5% said Ashley Young, who has now caught the eye of England Manager Fabio Capello, possibly the most exciting player outside of the top four!
1% voted for Martin Laursen, many peoples tip for next Villa captain, although if we are honest it is going to be Reo-Coker.
Thanks to both adamavfc and Eircol for their suggestions.
Date:Friday July 4 2008
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