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Two Linked OUT - Heskey Should Stay... UH???

Two Linked OUT - Heskey Should Stay... UH???

Depressing transfer news today really! REMEMBER it is only press talk though!

Alan Nixon at The Mirror says that Sunderland want both Gabby Agbonlahor said to be worth around £7million and Richard Dunne.

Well, you can take the one if you want!

Gabby action

The report says that Judas thinks Villa need to sell to buy but £7million? Really? He`s been capped for England, he has over 50 goals for Villa, why on earth would we sell him for that and especially to 'him`?

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Fingers crossed he is succesful in taking Richard Dunne though, got no time for him after last seasons antics.

And in a WTF moment, Gabby has told The Birmingham Post that Emile Heskey deserves a new contract.

WHAT?

He said: 'I would like Emile to stay. I think everyone would. He has great experience and still has great qualities. It's not my decision but I would definitely like Emile to stay. He has done a great job when he has come in."

He adds, 'Do I think he will stay? It's hard to say. We'll just have to wait and see.'

Heskey`></a><BR><BR>Happy days.<BR><BR>AVFC Summer transfer talk thread: <b><a style=Click Here

McLeish generally on transfers for the summer: McLeish On Bosmans & Mystery Capture?

McLeish being told there IS money for 'big` fees in the summer: McLeish Preparing For Some 'Big' Summer Spending

Signed: Brett Holman

So far we have:

IN

23-year-old Spartak Moscow striker Artem Dzyuba: Young Russian Striker Linked To Villa

Fortuna Dusseldorf defender Assani Lukimya-Mulongoti: Click Here

Andrew Johnson: Click Here

France U21 international defender Benjamin Stambouli: Click Here

Danny Guthrie: Click Here

Heerenveen striker Bas Dost: Click Here
Bas Dost again, including quotes: Click Here

Rangers left-back Lee Wallace: click here

Former Rangers Gregg Wylde: Click Here

32-year-old Croatian International and Bayern Munich striker Ivica Olic: Click Here
Forum thread: Click Here

Joe Lewis from the Posh: Villa Transfer Talk - One Keeper In, One Out?

Schalke midfielder Jermaine Jones: Click Here

Blackpool keeper Matt Gilks: Click Here

Montpellier striker Olivier Giroud: Click Here

Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak: Click Here

Robbie Keane permanently: Click Here

OUT

Brad Guzan leaving: Villa Transfer Talk - One Keeper In, One Out?

Carlos Cuellar to Valencia: Click Here

Stephen Warnock to Sunderland: click here

Stephen Ireland to the New York Red Bulls: Click Here
Stephen Ireland not going: Click Here

Talks are on hold until the summer for Brad Guzan, Emile Heskey and Carlos Cuellar: Click Here



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

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday March 30 2012
Time: 10:48AM

Comments

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You can see the danger Gabby has been Villa through and through, but how happy can he be being shoved out on the wing.As for Dunne got to agree would let him move on now, but Heskey a new contract Ilike Gabby but not that much lol its player loyalty I suppose better than having them not like each other.
Merlin128777
30/03/2012 11:03:00
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May as well pop Emile in the taxi with Richard they can split the fare!
Winsforvilla
30/03/2012 11:13:00
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Seriously worried that this is more villa PR trying to get the fans onboard with Heskey signing a new deal. I mean OPEN YOUR EYES! Has he even scored 10 goals for the club since he joined? Someone posted his stats for the Arsenal game, and it told a story. 0 goals, 0 shots, 0 shots on target, 0 goalscoring chances created, 0 headers won, 0 tackles, 8 passes. Over the hill and has been near useless since joining.
thorpyuk
30/03/2012 11:59:00
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I think it's about time, considering Gabby's statement in the enemy rag, that Emile Heskey came out of the closet once and for all and admitted to his team mates and his family and friends, and indeed the whole of the footballing community, that he is a donkey. I believe in doing so he will be able to live a normal life away from the constraints of football, after all, being a donkey no longer carries the stigma that it once did, I hear they can now marry, have children, I also hear that they have sanctuaries for these unfortunate people where they can run free without a goalpost in sight to worry them...........I urge you to think it over Emile, it's the way forward!
griffgriff
30/03/2012 13:07:00
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He actually got the ball enough to try 8 passes?? I can think of 4 (kick-off after each goal and HT), but I don't remember him being anywhere near the ball other than that...!
BristolVillan
30/03/2012 13:21:00
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