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Is There A Doctor In The House?

Dr Ian McGuinness has left his post as Head of Sports Medicine and Science to explore new opportunities.

The club wished to place on record their thanks for 'his exemplary performance during the season and, in particular, his prompt diagnosis and the care and attention he has shown to our club captain, Stiliyan Petrov, during his battle against Leukaemia.'

They wish him the very best for his future and thank him for his commitment and dedication, inviting him to return to Villa Park whenever he wishes, as he'll always be welcome.

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The Journalist

Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 27 2012

Time: 2:51PM

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McGuiness has gone . . . . . said my thirsty mate Paddy.
voiceoftheholte
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27/06/2012 17:28:00

Was Dr McGuiness brought in under McLiesh?
VillaHippo
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27/06/2012 18:00:00

Yup from memory Hippo.
mike_field
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27/06/2012 18:19:00

Hahahaha brilliant voice. Good stuff, early signs suggest Randy and PL are ready to put the broom through the place. Can only be a good thing after the last few seasons.
AdzVilla11
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28/06/2012 09:03:00

Sports medicine??? is that otherwise know as "Lucozade"? :o
GibboVilla
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28/06/2012 13:13:00

 

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