Date:Wednesday June 3 2009
Vital member leebarnett2004 isn't happy and is blaming pretty much everyone for the conclusion of the Gareth Barry saga.
He's asked me to post it on the front page so here goes... fasten your seatbelts, Lee rarely holds back on his views!!!!!
Right this is how I see it.... without any swearing lol.
First of all I feel totally let down and lied to by Gareth Barry, Martin O'Neill and Randy Lerner.
Barry told us on countless occasions that he only leave for a club in the Champions league., Obviously if he went to any of these top 4 teams or even overseas fans would wish him well and understand and when he returned back to play against Aston Villa he would have a good reception. (not that I'm going to boo him).
Instead he chooses to join Manchester city who aren't offering Champions league football or even Europa next season, if he wanted money then he should have just came out and said that, instead of feeding us rubbish about wanting to play in the champions league.
Secondly, the manager, Martin O'Neill. - We always miss out on transfers to teams like Man City, Spurs and Everton. Not only that but our potential replacement for Barry plays for Spurs reserves, what message is that giving out?
I can see other teams looking at Aston Villa as a shop window now, and picking off at what little talent with have at our club.
And finally, our American Cowboy Randy Learner.
Is there really money at this club? Because from what picture I'm looking at i don't think there is..... maybe I'm wrong and I hope I'm proven to be wrong. But I don't think there is, or certainly not as much as he lead us to believe.
We lost Gareth Southgate and also Dwight Yorke in similar circumstances. Its beginning to feel like Ellis all over again, I hope its not and I hope its me who looks like a pratt for writing this by the time the season starts.....
Also I question the Barry transfer, did he leave because maybe he knows something we don't, does he know that we haven't got money in the pot that will bring this club forward?
Date:Wednesday June 3 2009
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