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Martin O'Neill Wants Back In The Game

Martin O'Neill Wants Back In The Game

Brief snippet from former Villa manager Martin O'Neill who told the Daily Mirror he does want to get back into the game sooner rather than later.

'I've been enjoying myself and getting rather lazy these last two months. But I obviously miss the game and I'm sure I'll get back into it at some stage if I can. I'd rather that happened sooner rather than later.'

And he says of his untimely walkout of Villa: 'I think we decided we weren't going in the same direction, I'm not sure what direction that was. Probably the less said, the better.'

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday October 25 2010
Time: 8:13AM

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Don't want him back and didn't like him, but could he be in charge for Sundays game please......his Derby record is fantastic!!
juddy
25/10/2010 10:31:00
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Is around in circles a direction? We so need GH to finish 5th and expunge the myth that is Monnymite.
col8
25/10/2010 11:09:00
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The day he brings his new team back to VP I'm going to unleash a torrent of verbal abuse like never before
PiperUK
25/10/2010 11:22:00
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I'd love to see him back in the game as soon as possible. His talents must not be lost to the game. He has so much joy to offer Villa fans by wasting other clubs' money, and let's not forget his clueless tactics, sure to draw a chuckle from any Villan. I'd love to see him at Man Ure, that vile, soulless monstrosity of a club (poster-boy Wayne Rooney, need I say more), but I'd happily settle for Liverpoo. (Thank goodness the name of this great club of ours doesn't led itself to toilet humour!)
Albarnista
25/10/2010 11:40:00
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You lot are honestly a bunch of muppets... "I'm not sure what direction that was. Probably the less said, the better." Does that not worry you lot at all?! FFS we just lost to Sunderland and we have already lost to Stoke and Spurs, games that last season we didn't lose! I'd have him back in a hearbeat!
simonbigron
25/10/2010 16:20:00
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