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Should Juan Pablo Angel Stay?

Should Juan Pablo Angel Stay?

Vital Villa asked, in a poll suggested by seanking16 following links to WBA, Should Juan Pablo Angel be allowed to leave on loan until the end of the season?

50% said no, he should be kept as he is a useful option.

3% said JPA should be a vital part of the first team.

3% said he should be allowed to leave as he isn't good enough.

27% said a loan would be a good idea for him to get back his confidence and form and 17% wanted him to go permanently as he has no future at Villa.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday March 16 2007
Time: 3:07PM

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He'll probablygo in the summer but I'd hate to see him go down a division, think he needs to return to River Plate or play on the continent. Would like to see him getting on the end of John Carew's flicked headers but doesn't look like that is going to happen.
The Fear
16/03/2007 15:39:00
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He's never been the quickest, but he seems to be a yard off the pace. He's never really had any sort of decent service since he's been at VP. I'll be sad to see him go, but I think it's inevitable
Geordie_Villa
16/03/2007 15:46:00
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Agree with you Mr. Fear that he should be given a chance up front with Carew. For a number of years he has been a lone man up front having to do a lot of running and creating chances for himself. I personally don't think he'll be a long term fixture for MON but he has experience and the confidence when he's scoring to ease the pressure of the kids in the short term.
Hoss The Villain
16/03/2007 15:48:00
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I got to see Carew in action for the first time v Arsenal. JPA would thrive on the service the Big Guy provides. Come on MON - give Angel a break!
pongogidman
16/03/2007 16:31:00
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Play him alongside JC on Sunday. We have to try something different, something to get us going in front of goal. Luke is also pushing for a starting spot, but I'd be tempted to give JPA the nod. Dont think it will happen though.
glensider
16/03/2007 18:05:00
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He will not be the future, he should be let go to another club for some money if possible.....
col8
16/03/2007 21:32:00
0
have to agree that he has never had any decent service, but maybe the time is right to move on unless MON gives him a run alongside carew but just cant see it.
deemz
17/03/2007 18:21:00
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Would love to know how much we were asking for his services when Arsenal came calling last season. He claims that the move fell through because of the figure we were demanding. Considering he was out of favour for most of last season, denying him a move seems a strange decision.
glensider
20/03/2007 02:06:00
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