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All Of MON's Transfers At Aston Villa

All Of MON's Transfers At Aston Villa

FIRST SEASON 2006/2007 :

Out


Kevin Phillips WBA £700k
Matthieu Berson Levante £1m
Ulises De La Cruz Reading Free
Peter Whittingham Cardiff City £250k
Eric Djemba Djemba Quatar Free
Juan Pablo Angel New York Red Bulls Free
Milan Baros Lyon Swap
Mark Delaney Retired

In

Stiliyan Petrov Celtic £6.5m
Didier Agathe Celtic Free
Chris Sutton Celtic Free
Phil Bardsley Manchester United Loan
Gabor Kiraly Crystal Palace Loan
John Carew Lyon Swap
Ashley Young Watford £9.65m
Shaun Maloney Celtic £1.1m



SECOND SEASON 2007/2008:

Out


Gary Cahill Bolton Undisc (in region of £4m?)
Liam Ridgewell Birmingham £2m
Jlloyd Samuel Bolton Free
Lee Hendrie Sheffield United Free
Chris Sutton Retired
Didier Agathe released
Steven Davis Fulham £4m
Aaron Hughes Fulham £1m
Gavin McCann Bolton £1m
Robert Olejnik Falkirk Free

In

Wayne Routledge Tottenham £1.5m
Moustapha Salifou FC Wil Undisc.
Curtis Davies West Brom Loan
Zat Knight Fulham £3.5m
Scott Carson Liverpool Loan
Harry Forrester Watford £250 000 initial fee rising on appearances
Eric Lichaj Unattached Free
Marlon Harewood West Ham Undisc (region of £3.5m?)
Nigel Reo-Coker West Ham £8.5m

THIRD SEASON 2008/2009

Out:


Luke Moore (West Brom - £3.5million)
Olof Mellberg (Juventus - free)
Patrick Berger (Sparta Prague - free)
Thomas Sorensen (released)
Shaun Maloney (Celtic, £1million)
Wayne Routledge (undisclosed)

In:

Curtis Davies (WBA undisclosed but around £7.5million?)
Steve Sidwell (Chelsea £5.5million)
Brad Friedel (Blackburn, undisclosed but in the region of £2 - £2.5million)
Brad Guzan (Chivas US, undisclosed, starts at around £800k up to £2m on appearances etc?)
Nicky Shorey (Reading, around £4m?)
Luke Young (Middlesbrough, around £5m?)
Carlos Cuellar (Rangers £7.8million)
James Milner (Newcastle, around £12million?)
Arsenio Halfhuid from Excelsior (undisclosed)
Emile Heskey from Wigan Athletic (£3.5m)

FOURTH SEASON

Out:


Gareth Barry (Manchester City, £12million)
Stuart Taylor (Manchester City, free)
Zat Knight (Bolton £4 - £4.5million)
Martin Laursen (retired)

In

Stewart Downing (Middlesbrough around £10m + add ons)
Fabian Delph (Leeds United - undisclosed fee - around £6m including add ons?)
Habib Beye (Newcastle, undisclosed but around £3m?)
Andy Marshall (free agent)
Stephen Warnock (Blackburn Rovers around £6m + add ons?)
James Collins (West Ham United - around £5m)
Richard Dunne (Manchester City - around £6m)

*Loan fees not included. Figures rounded up or down. Only a rough guideline!*

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday September 2 2009
Time: 12:53PM

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Comments

0
compared to previous windows, i think he's done well especially as Barry was alwalways leaving and laursen was forced to stop
Whiteyav144
02/09/2009 12:57:00
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compared to previous windows, i think he's done well especially as Barry was alwalways leaving and laursen was forced to stop
Whiteyav144
02/09/2009 12:57:00
0
He`s bought 2 teams at a cost of about 120m,no more excuses and get we get a settled pattern of play please.
ASPINALL
02/09/2009 13:14:00
0
He`s bought 2 teams at a cost of about 120m,no more excuses and get we get a settled pattern of play please.
ASPINALL
02/09/2009 13:14:00
0
Biggest mistake was letting Cahill go.
melski
02/09/2009 13:17:00
0
Biggest mistake was letting Cahill go.
melski
02/09/2009 13:17:00
0
Cahill leaving was the correct decision at the time. He wasn't prepared to fight for his spot so left. In retrospect we'd've liked to have kept him. Decent window this time. Pattern of play will be similar to Liverpool away but at home we will need to be more attacking so he'll play two strikers more often than not. I seem to remember MON saying something long these lines as we need more home wins. Thus far we are 1 point up on corresponding fixtures at home and 3 points up away! So a decent start in that respect.
Jongekki
02/09/2009 13:25:00
0
Cahill leaving was the correct decision at the time. He wasn't prepared to fight for his spot so left. In retrospect we'd've liked to have kept him. Decent window this time. Pattern of play will be similar to Liverpool away but at home we will need to be more attacking so he'll play two strikers more often than not. I seem to remember MON saying something long these lines as we need more home wins. Thus far we are 1 point up on corresponding fixtures at home and 3 points up away! So a decent start in that respect.
Jongekki
02/09/2009 13:25:00
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There is also Warnock at £7m to add to that. It actually works out roughly at £35M received and £123M spent. Over the 4 pre seasons that M'ON has had, it equates to £22m a season. When you include the infrastructure upgrades, training ground etc then the club have certainly put the investment in. Definitely more than we have generated as supporters. Bearing in mind he started from a club that just escaped relegation to provide 2 6th place finishes, that is reasonable value for money. Now we have to see if we can kick on with this squad. For the money he has spent on the squad each season (£22M on average), the top 3 have all spent more than that on 1 player. Arsenal being the exception. Wengers spend in comparison to his sales equates to just £7M per season. Genius.
voiceoftheholte
02/09/2009 13:29:00
0
There is also Warnock at £7m to add to that. It actually works out roughly at £35M received and £123M spent. Over the 4 pre seasons that M'ON has had, it equates to £22m a season. When you include the infrastructure upgrades, training ground etc then the club have certainly put the investment in. Definitely more than we have generated as supporters. Bearing in mind he started from a club that just escaped relegation to provide 2 6th place finishes, that is reasonable value for money. Now we have to see if we can kick on with this squad. For the money he has spent on the squad each season (£22M on average), the top 3 have all spent more than that on 1 player. Arsenal being the exception. Wengers spend in comparison to his sales equates to just £7M per season. Genius.
voiceoftheholte
02/09/2009 13:29:00
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