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A Soon To Be Fit Davies Linked To Celtic Loan

A Soon To Be Fit Davies Linked To Celtic Loan

The Guardian claim that Celtic want Villa defender Curtis Davies on loan for the rest of the season.

Davies is close to full fitness following his shoulder surgery but fears he won't be able to get back into the team with James Collins, Richard Dunne and Carlos Cuellar all now before him in the pecking order.

The report, which stands a good chance of being denied by the club you would think (?), also says that Davies will want some reassurance as to his future at Villa.

If you remember some months back there were quotes from his agent saying they felt let down because Davies was just two games shy of having his contract re-negotiated, which all seemed a bit mad as MON / Villa hadn't caused his injury and with him out for so long, what club would have entered into negotiations?

Be interesting to see what happens, I guess to get his fitness back and first team football, a loan move wouldn't be the end of the world and it would be up to Villa what re-call terms they put in place?


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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday January 22 2010
Time: 8:07PM

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Didn't MON sign Davies off Tony Mowbray in the first place? Every side wins in this situation, I guess.
Quagmire
22/01/2010 20:14:00
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Didn't MON sign Davies off Tony Mowbray in the first place? Every side wins in this situation, I guess.
Quagmire
22/01/2010 20:14:00
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yup, think so Quagmire.
The Fear
22/01/2010 20:35:00
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yup, think so Quagmire.
The Fear
22/01/2010 20:35:00
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Where did it all go wrong for Curtis? I'm scratching my head..
evoflash
22/01/2010 20:37:00
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Where did it all go wrong for Curtis? I'm scratching my head..
evoflash
22/01/2010 20:37:00
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Think it's just one of those things when a club is trying to progress at a rapid rate. There are going to be some players who are replaced by better players after a very short amount of time. That seems to have happened here and I can't see Villa escaping fairly large financial hit when Davies is eventually given his P45.
Quagmire
22/01/2010 20:42:00
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Think it's just one of those things when a club is trying to progress at a rapid rate. There are going to be some players who are replaced by better players after a very short amount of time. That seems to have happened here and I can't see Villa escaping fairly large financial hit when Davies is eventually given his P45.
Quagmire
22/01/2010 20:42:00
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Hold on fellas...Curtis is well young and this would PURELY be a fitness task. Celtic cannot afford him and can offer nobody in exchange. There is no way he would want to go up there and play with that tit Maloney anyhow. At any point in the next wo seasons he could be part of the meanest defense in the EPL. He ain't gone, MoN will bring him back, slowly but surely. Don't write him off lads.
koolbill
22/01/2010 20:52:00
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Hold on fellas...Curtis is well young and this would PURELY be a fitness task. Celtic cannot afford him and can offer nobody in exchange. There is no way he would want to go up there and play with that tit Maloney anyhow. At any point in the next wo seasons he could be part of the meanest defense in the EPL. He ain't gone, MoN will bring him back, slowly but surely. Don't write him off lads.
koolbill
22/01/2010 20:52:00
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