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Villa Squad Numbers 2008/2009

Villa Squad Numbers 2008/2009

Villa have announced the squad list (so far I hope!!) for the 2008-09 season. I'd expect a gap where number 6 is to appear shortly!

1) Brad Friedel
2) Luke Young
3) Wilfred Bouma
4) Steve Sidwell
5) Martin Laursen
6) Gareth Barry
7) Ashley Young
9) Marlon Harewood
10) John Carew
11) Gabriel Agbonlahor
13) Stuart Taylor
14) Nathan Delfouneso
15) Curtis Davies
16) Zat Knight
17) Moustapha Salifou
18) Wayne Routledge
19) Stiliyan Petrov
20) Nigel Reo-Coker
21) Nicky Shorey
22) Brad Guzan
26) Craig Gardner
27) Isaiah Osbourne
28) Shaun Maloney
29) Stephen O'Halloran

Suppose I'd better get our player profiles section filled in really!

Edit - Updated 11/8/08



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday August 6 2008
Time: 10:17AM

Comments

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Desperate.
Mayo_12
06/08/2008 10:20:00
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Add 2 more to that, and perhaps lose one and that is the team we will be stuck with till January. How long is O'Halloran out for?
young_jonah
06/08/2008 10:20:00
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Go on YJ, lets be positive, 1 exit 20 in!!!!!!!!! (NURSE, another Villa transfer window casuality, get the pills)
The Fear
06/08/2008 10:31:00
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As if NRC or anybody else hasnt gone for the number 8 shirt, its one of the best numbers. And why has Curtis still got number 15, he surely is in the starting 11, he should have number 6!
Tez86
06/08/2008 10:40:00
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Tez, I've just said exactly the same thing in the thread page for this :)
Mayo_12
06/08/2008 10:48:00
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Well MON does want another CB....Mertzsacker would get the shirt if he came :P Although Carlos Cuéllar from Rangers looks good. Barry WILL go, we will be short of a known LB and a RB we still need another CB i reckon, we need a known RM and maybe a goal Finisher, I would say LB is our main problem though, Gardner and Reo Coker can fill at RB no one can fill LB, We really could do with more options in defense i mean remember in 2003 when we had like Ozalan Fehmi Alpay, Olof Mellberg, Gareth Barry, Mark Delaney, Jonathan Bewers, Steve Staunton, Lloyd J. Samuel, Ronny Johnsen, Alan Wright, Rob Edwards, Ulises De La Cruz you know we had some bloody options in 2003 just 5 years ago.
Villa 4 Ever
06/08/2008 11:07:00
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Sidwell or Shaun should be number 8 and Curtis should be number 4. UNLESS MON IS LEAVING 2,8,12,21 AND 23 FOR NEW SIGNINGS. I CAN ONLY HOPE SO.
Tallaght Villan
06/08/2008 11:08:00
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in 2003 we even had 8 bloody strikers, Bosko Balaban, Marcus Allback,Darius Vassell, Dion Dublin, Julian Joachim, Peter Crouch, Juan Pablo Angel, Michael Boulding.
Villa 4 Ever
06/08/2008 11:10:00
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why on earth is sidwell No 4?? thats a CB number...
aussie_villan
06/08/2008 12:01:00
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Aussie_Villan tell me this why has the Villa site got Moustapha Salifou down as a striker.....
Villa 4 Ever
06/08/2008 12:03:00
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