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Martin O'Neill Looking At January Sales

Martin O'Neill Looking At January Sales

Martin O'Neill has spoken about the transfer window and admits that Villa will try to do some business this January.

'We will be hoping to do some business in the transfer window if at all possible. We are certainly in the market to improve the squad if we can in January. We will see.'

This follows reports yesterday that Villa owner Randy Lerner is happy to back the Villa boss to bring in a top striker in order to push for the Champions League this season, as if we needed a newspaper to tell us that!

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday December 3 2008
Time: 1:22PM

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0
u sure thats not a quote from last year?? ;p
benham
03/12/2008 13:38:00
0
No, have faith Brother Benham! Remember the Jan before did bring in Ashley Young!
The Fear
03/12/2008 13:52:00
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And JC aswell Fear, same window. I think we'll definately see the signing of a quality striker in Jan, two signings would be even better. Something that hasn't been mentioned much though - do reckon we'll send anyone on their way in Jan? I really wouldn't be surprised to see Marlon get poached providing we do get the quality of forward we're after. Albion anyone? Mowbray has been quoted as saying he might have to take a chance on people not in the first team at their current clubs...
Mayo_12
03/12/2008 14:16:00
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Or on the flip side we could see another Routledge!! I'll start the rumour mill churning by throwing the names Kenwe Jones and Antonino Valencia into the hat...
bazzah
03/12/2008 17:15:00
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Marlon poached! More like served on a plate with a side serving of Reo-Coker to anywhere.
Villan444
03/12/2008 18:05:00
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On skysports, they are saying O'Neill wants Heskey. Have to say, he's not the type of guy I was wanting him to be in for, but I suppose if he scores then it'll do for me.
Layzee
04/12/2008 09:58:00
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where do these people get their ideas.......they are saying we are after Heskey too.....mind you they say WE are after EVERYONE !!!
lincolnblue
04/12/2008 10:04:00
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Mr O'Neill always signs people who don't appear in the headlines. John Carew didn't appear until the last minute, and I don't remember much talk about either Ashley Young, or Carlos Cuellar.
evoflash
04/12/2008 10:36:00
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Perm any 2 from Dean Ashton, Mickey Ooooven and Podolski please!
YatesyVillain
04/12/2008 11:47:00
0
go get tevez, untited are skinto.
Stig
04/12/2008 12:10:00
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