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Poll Results: Ridgewell Should Stay

Vital Villa asked, in a poll suggested by Obediah, whether Villa should sell Liam Ridgewell.

The Villa central defender was linked to Birmingham City not long back and the response from many Villa fans was that he shouldn't be going anywhere, let alone those from across the City!

The poll results were:

The majority with 46% voted no, he is too useful.

24% said yes and 14% said yes, but only if we can get more than 5million for him. A further 6% said yes, but not to the Blues!

6% thought a season long loan would be a better idea and 4% agreed but just not to the blues!




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 20 2007

Time: 3:54PM

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I'd definitely very much like to see him stay, believing that he has a lot to offer the club. He's young, learning and improving all the time, and definitely looks like one for the future. Of course the lure of regular first team football could well see him move on to pastures new, that has to be his decision. Hopefully though he'll really think this situation through, and not jump at the first opportunity to move on that presents itself.
glensider
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20/06/2007 19:59:00

Sell,Sell,Sell.
ASPINALL
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20/06/2007 21:02:00

He is young and has improved in the short time he's been in the first team, why sell now when no transfer request has been put in.
chris the villan
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20/06/2007 22:20:00

The poll dont lie, keep him around
AussieVilla
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21/06/2007 10:19:00

 

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