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Man Of The Match v Bolton

Man Of The Match v Bolton

Vital Villa asked for your man of the match v Bolton.

The clear winner was Villa captain Gareth Barry with 35% of the votes. Any excuse to put up his photo after scoring v Blues:



What? You want another? Oh go on then!



Next up was the PFA Young player of the season award winner Ashley Young with 15% closely followed by James Milner on 12%

The rest:

Friedel (8%)
Shorey (7%)
Heskey (5%)
Petrov (5%)
Knight (4%)
Cuellar (3%)
Davies (2%)
Carew (2%)
Delfouneso (2%)

Our latest poll, suggested by aussi_avfc, asks who you think is most likely to leave in the summer.



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday May 1 2009
Time: 10:32AM

Comments

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I think Laursen will be gone before the end of the season, sadly.
Villan Of The North
01/05/2009 13:18:00
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I think Laursen will be gone before the end of the season, sadly.
Villan Of The North
01/05/2009 13:18:00
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I think NRC will leave. He doesn't have a regular place in the team, and he has been played out of position ever since he came. He used to play as an offensive MF at West Ham. And although he isn't the type to moan, I think he will do his speaking with his feet! If the right offer comes in and is accepted, I can easily imagine a few going. Barry, more likely to go than stay, Ashley Young, could be tempted if someone like Arsenal, or a big Spanish or Italian team take a fancy. Nicky Shorey I can imagine going back to Reading if they get promoted. As for Stuart Taylor, and Marlon Harewood, I think they basically have gone! Its up to MON to keep people happy who are here, and we need to clear out dead wood, and bring in at least 7 more players who can either take us forward, or be good enough to fill in as a squad player!
villa_de
02/05/2009 13:33:00
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I think NRC will leave. He doesn't have a regular place in the team, and he has been played out of position ever since he came. He used to play as an offensive MF at West Ham. And although he isn't the type to moan, I think he will do his speaking with his feet! If the right offer comes in and is accepted, I can easily imagine a few going. Barry, more likely to go than stay, Ashley Young, could be tempted if someone like Arsenal, or a big Spanish or Italian team take a fancy. Nicky Shorey I can imagine going back to Reading if they get promoted. As for Stuart Taylor, and Marlon Harewood, I think they basically have gone! Its up to MON to keep people happy who are here, and we need to clear out dead wood, and bring in at least 7 more players who can either take us forward, or be good enough to fill in as a squad player!
villa_de
02/05/2009 13:33:00
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