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Interesting Odds For Villa, Barry And MON

Interesting Odds For Villa, Barry And MON

Some interesting odds at Oddschecker related to Villa!

If you Click Here and then click football specials (left hand menu), you'll see several.

There are odds for where Gareth Barry will be next season, Liverpool are favourites at 6/4 but we come in second at 5/2 followed by Arsenal at 9/2. Man Utd is 6/1 and Chelsea 10/1 with money bags Man City 12/1.

Interestingly Sky Bet have us as favourites to get Micah Richards (4/1) IF he moves from Man City (City is still favourite to keep him at 4/6).

Thank the good lord Paul McGrath we aren't quoted as being in the race for football thug Joey Barton but we do feature for fellow Newcastle player, Michael Owen and stand at 14/1 behind Newcastle, Everton (5/1), Man City (8/1), Liverpool (10/1 despite Rafa saying no way) and Spurs (12/1).

Meanwhile you can get very long odds on Martin O'Neill being the next Chelsea manager (45/1) but he is high up in the list to take over at Manchester United (4/1 or 5/1 depending on who is quoting). Got to admit I'd be shocked if they took him but he is up there with Jose Mourinho and David Moyes. Naturally Sir Alex Chewalot has to step down first and he seems to be in no rush to leave Old Trafford.

Ha, there are even odds from Boylesports for the amount of points the Blues might get v Villa!



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday May 5 2009
Time: 5:34PM

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some strange odds, glad we aren't thought to be interested in Barton, dont want him at Villa! Richards I could see coming. Barry, up to him now maybe but also up to the right club to bid the right money? Liverpool still most likely but will rafa sell Alonso?

As for MON, just age wise I can't see him taking over from Fergie who will probably hang on a few more seasons unless maybe winning the CL again this year gives him the thought to go out on a high? Doubt it?! They'll go for Mourinho, they should go for Moyes.
The Fear
05/05/2009 17:44:00
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some strange odds, glad we aren't thought to be interested in Barton, dont want him at Villa! Richards I could see coming. Barry, up to him now maybe but also up to the right club to bid the right money? Liverpool still most likely but will rafa sell Alonso?

As for MON, just age wise I can't see him taking over from Fergie who will probably hang on a few more seasons unless maybe winning the CL again this year gives him the thought to go out on a high? Doubt it?! They'll go for Mourinho, they should go for Moyes.
The Fear
05/05/2009 17:44:00
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I'm hoping O'Neill ends up at OT, but like you, I think they'd be mad to appoint him. But then again, they are a ridiculous organisation. I have nightmares about O'Neill professing his undying loyalty to Randy Lerner.
Albarnista
05/05/2009 19:02:00
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I'm hoping O'Neill ends up at OT, but like you, I think they'd be mad to appoint him. But then again, they are a ridiculous organisation. I have nightmares about O'Neill professing his undying loyalty to Randy Lerner.
Albarnista
05/05/2009 19:02:00
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Shut up Albarnista you really are a negative so and so. You are whars wrong with this football club fans like you, Mon has done a great job and improved every season, yes he has spent alot of money but that was needed to get into 5th/6th position, the top 4 is almost impossible to break due to the champions league money etc the only thing mon has failed is a good cup run or winning a cup. Just do one you plum. UP THE VILLA.
astonsteve
05/05/2009 20:06:00
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Shut up Albarnista you really are a negative so and so. You are whars wrong with this football club fans like you, Mon has done a great job and improved every season, yes he has spent alot of money but that was needed to get into 5th/6th position, the top 4 is almost impossible to break due to the champions league money etc the only thing mon has failed is a good cup run or winning a cup. Just do one you plum. UP THE VILLA.
astonsteve
05/05/2009 20:06:00
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Barry's odds to stay at Villa won't stay long for long. Mainly because I'm going to lay big on them.
The Real Neil
05/05/2009 21:20:00
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Barry's odds to stay at Villa won't stay long for long. Mainly because I'm going to lay big on them.
The Real Neil
05/05/2009 21:20:00
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Barry's odds to stay at Villa won't stay long for long. Mainly because I'm going to lay big on them.
The Real Neil
05/05/2009 21:21:00
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Barry's odds to stay at Villa won't stay long for long. Mainly because I'm going to lay big on them.
The Real Neil
05/05/2009 21:21:00
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