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Villa Fail In Keane Bid

Villa Fail In Keane Bid

Aston Villa have reportedly failed in an attempt to keep Robbie Keane at the club for longer.

The Birmingham Mail are suggesting that Villa were keen to extend his loan spell which runs out on February 25, but LA Galaxy are adament they want him back ahead of the start of the MLS season.

This was always the problem with the loan, on the pitch Keane has given us a lift so where do we go now?

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Thursday February 9 2012
Time: 4:33PM

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Im gutted we needed him,hope we can get him in the summer though
clivethevillan
09/02/2012 16:54:00
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But will he want to come back? He seems frustrated by the inability of the rest of the team to playmake. Plus will he want to come to a championship side?
walsallvillan
09/02/2012 17:11:00
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Yes I think a cheeky summer bid would be in order, why not? He's still very capable in the PL as he's shown and we have been better fpr it.
Stephen Jay Hawkings
09/02/2012 17:20:00
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We need to find a young replacement with similar qualities. Even if it's gonna cost us £ 20 mill +. We can't seriously build a team around players that are 30+.
Trl
09/02/2012 17:59:00
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Gabby to step up to the plate please. Or we could swap Keane for Heskey and Delfouneso............
koolbill
09/02/2012 19:13:00
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oh gosh...he's been our best player this season .....
reza
09/02/2012 20:34:00
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***** that ***** ireland behind bent job done...
CDX_EIRE
09/02/2012 21:02:00
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@ reza - ur comment made me giggle like a school girl as it jst goes to show how *****e the team have been all season
Ted 369
09/02/2012 21:09:00
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Im not surprised they want him back !! Imagine him returning to galaxy in may and they find out he's adopted our hoof and hope policy i think they would be pretty miffed !!
marshyboy87
10/02/2012 00:11:00
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I didn't fancy this loan when it was being sorted out, but I must admit Keano's experience has certainly helped the cause, not to mention his goals.
Pride of Lions
10/02/2012 01:34:00
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