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Berger: The Future Is Claret & Blue.

Patrik Berger says the future is bright, the future is claret and blue.

Berger, who was looking like a Villa reject only a month ago, could now secure a new contract after impressing since his return from exile, well, Stoke at least, same thing really?

The former Czech Republic international said of the Villa:

'We have a new owner, a new manager and several new players, so it's an exciting time for the club. The new training ground will be ready for the upcoming campaign too so, in my opinion, everything is moving forward. I think the construction of a new multi-million pound training ground is a massive step for this football club. The facilities will be up there with the very best in the country, which will be great news for the current players and a superb way of attracting new ones too.'

Adding on avfc.com: 'I'm sure Martin O'Neill will be bringing in some really good players in the summer, so it looks set to be an interesting time. In my opinion this club will be challenging for a spot in Europe next season. I think it's really going places.'

So, a good summer spending, push on in the January transfer window. Try for Uefa next season and imagine what the third season under the new regime could start to shape up like? Happy days!

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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 12 2007

Time: 4:27PM

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Well he has shown he is a class player, but is it the future retaining a player who is past his best.
col8
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12/04/2007 22:38:00

I'm happy to read he has such positive views, and there is no denying that he's enjoying a rich vein of form, but I still have reservations about offering him a new deal. Glad that the decision is down to MON and not yours truly.
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13/04/2007 03:27:00

Excellent impact player. Just because he is 33 doesn't mean that he is past his best. Look at Gigs - he is a better player now than when he was younger. There is now reason why Berger can't do for us what giggs does for United
myleftfoot
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13/04/2007 09:05:00

his experience has been much needed in a reletavly young side not many seasons left in him tho make the most of him
MOYES IS GOD
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14/04/2007 18:52:00

pay as u play is the best choice by far
MOYES IS GOD
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14/04/2007 18:53:00

worked wonders with duncan ferguson we got cover in case of injuries and he got to keep playing for the club he loved
MOYES IS GOD
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14/04/2007 18:54:00

 

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