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Jlloyd Looking Forward To Leaving

Jlloyd Looking Forward To Leaving

Jlloyd Samuel has today told of how he is already looking forward to next season, after conceding that his time at Villa is coming to an end. Samuel lost his place to Freddie Bouma, who has been somewhat of an unsung hero for Villa in recent weeks despite I`m certain being fully aware that Vital Villa editor Jon Fear constantly gave him low ratings in his match reports.

Samuel on the other hand, not content with having to work to regain his starting place has decided he`s off and he had something to say on the matter on his icon`s website:

'I want to make some plans for the future and I'm also really looking forward to the next season starting up again...

...I am still in the early stages of working out where I will be next season, but I'm really excited about the thought of playing regularly again and having a new challenge of my own.'

Rumour has it that a number of Villa fans are ready and willing to provide Jlloyd with some free transportation for him and his belongings, to whatever destination he so chooses in the Summer.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Tuesday May 1 2007
Time: 12:12PM

Comments

0
Wait till Fear gets back from his business trip to see that :-D
murph
01/05/2007 12:14:00
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You lot gettin kits made by Nike next season then?? Gotta be the 'Amreican connection' hasn't it??? Bit harsh on the lad isnt it on the artclie above....is he really that bad???
matt..shelfsidespurs
01/05/2007 12:22:00
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Shelfsidespurs - No he is not that bad, he is far worse than that!!!
mackaavfc
01/05/2007 12:36:00
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I am still in the early stages of working out where I will be next season, but I'm really excited about the thought of playing regularly again and having a new challenge of my own.' So thats BOLTON then ....
col8
01/05/2007 12:41:00
0
never rated him, good riddance...now watch him come back and bite me up the arse.
jonah
01/05/2007 12:46:00
0
why is there a fortnightly story about this clown?
Hoss The Villain
01/05/2007 13:13:00
0
Thank god he's leaving, I got sick and tired of watching him give the ball away 100 times per game. haha clown, damn right he is :)
industrial_musical
01/05/2007 13:32:00
0
And I am, I'm looking forward to him leaving as well!
PaulG
01/05/2007 14:02:00
0
So anyway are you getting your kit made by Nike next year??? I thik you will do well next year. Young, Carew and Agbong what you call him up front. Barry, Davis, Petrov in midfield. Just not sure bout your defence.......But good luck, I dont mind Villa and you bought good support down to the Lane this year which I appreciate! Not many sell out and you pretty much!!
matt..shelfsidespurs
01/05/2007 14:12:00
0
MON is assembling a team full of potential goalscorers where there isn't a need to rely on a 20 goal a season striker. Obviously, it would be great to have one but if the midfield - Young, Maloney, Barry, Gardner, Petrov, and Davis contribute then the pressure is off the likes of Carew, Moore , Gabby and the new striker. I couldn't be bothered about Samuels departure or Bards because the future is bright its Claret and Blue
myleftfoot
01/05/2007 14:57:00
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