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Player You Would HATE To See Leave Villa?

Player You Would HATE To See Leave Villa?


Vital Villa asked in our last poll:

Milner aside, who would you most HATE to see leave?

Step forward Ashley Young with 55% of the votes

Young on ball

Young celebrating goal

Next up came Gabby Agbonlahor with 14%

Gabby fists clenched

and Luke Young with 9%

That left:

Curtis Davies 8%
John Carew 7%
Emile Heskey ;o) 3%
Carlos Cuellar 2%
Other 2%

Our latest, following all the press talk, is a simple: Robbie Keane. Yes or no?



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday June 3 2010
Time: 11:10AM

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Comments

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When does Martin O'Neill's transfer window open? i'm eagerly awaiting the news of our first signing!
keithlees1978
03/06/2010 11:29:00
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K.L1978, Once he gets the double glazing fitted !! when are you guys signing Keano and sending Ash to N17 and not the volcano stuff?
spu 4 life
03/06/2010 11:37:00
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Spurs won't be getting Ash.
badger0-0
03/06/2010 11:56:00
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good we dont want ash. hes more useless than the volcano stuff we could have got him for 3m when he was watford and thats about all hes worth now
nel yid
03/06/2010 12:12:00
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it also says aside from milner.
leeb25
03/06/2010 13:05:00
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None of us said Milner because....err, oh...that's...right, the title said ASIDE FROM MILNER! What a doushe. Also, ye with short memories forget Sol Campbell, Sheringham, Carrick, Berbatov....don't be so smug about megamegarich clubs coming in for our players two seasons on the trot when you ahve been victim to the exact same thing yourself. It is testament to MON that big clubs come calling.
koolbill
03/06/2010 14:27:00
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I've just about given up worrying about who might leave Villa Park and when. Its becoming blatantly obvious, if it wasn't already, that if the big-boys come calling, then we are pretty much powerless to fight off their advances. All we can do is hold out for the best offer we can possibly squeeze out of the suitors, and then hopefully turn around, spend the money wisely, and bring in better players as replacements. Of course it rarely happens that way, certainly not that easily, but with virtually no funds available to bring quality in to strengthen our current squad, its clear that our better players are going to get itchy feet, and take the quickest route out of Brummagem B6, the moment an attractive exit is offered to them.
glensider
05/06/2010 06:18:00
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Just to add, as I said on the forum, I dont want to see any players leaving Villa Park, not until better players have arrived in house as replacements. I'm accepting we probably have to sell to buy, despite the retractions now suggesting otherwise, but I do object to us helping to strengthen other squads, when we ourselves invariably kick off a new campaign, short on numbers and quality. Lets look after number one for a change.
glensider
06/06/2010 19:02:00
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