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Petrov Set to Sign On?

Petrov Set to Sign On?

Stiliyan Petrov has hinted that he is set to sign a new contract according to Setanta.

The Bulgarian midfielder has enjoyed a great season of late, having had a couple of years lacking any real input into the Villa team. The club began talks late last month, and the 29-year old ex-celtic player seems happy that he`ll stay on. Speaking to the Brum Mail he said:

"They [agent and club] met the other week and things are in progress, so we`ll see what happens."

"I`ve always been optimistic. Don`t forget I`ve still got another year to go and a lot of things can happen. I`ll be happy to sign it, but you never know, that`s football.

"It`s up to the club to decide how they want to move forward. Is it going to be with me or without me? I`m just here to do my job.

"I`ll speak with Villa and hope we can come to an agreement."


Great news, Stan has been in fine form and could be a fine example to follow, if you are reading this Gareth?

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Writer:Murph
Date:Wednesday April 1 2009
Time: 1:52PM

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Good April fools...http://www.villatalk.com/index.php?name=News&file=article&sid=3998
In MON we trust!
01/04/2009 14:55:00
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Petrov needs to stay put, If we can get Maxi in or someone like Moutinho, it would deffinately soften the blow of Barry leaving!
Hitman
01/04/2009 15:03:00
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Petrov played magnificently tonight for Bulgaria, 2:0 vs. Cyprus. In the absence of Berbatov, he was the captain of the Lions(as they call Bulgarian football team, btw :) )
Poncho
01/04/2009 18:31:00
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player of the season for me, closely followed by luke young.
Stig
02/04/2009 12:22:00
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Agree Stig. He has been a model of consistency, a very important and integral part of the team. We need to get him signed up. He's a very important player for us nowadays.
glensider
08/04/2009 22:14:00
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Indeed Poncho. He received rave reports for his international showing. Clearly he carried his club form onto the international stage.
glensider
08/04/2009 22:15:00
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