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Which Villa Youngster Will Break Through Next?

Which Villa Youngster Will Break Through Next?

Ha, we have a sensible poll following my last meh or blur one! Sheriff Kimbo to the rescue.

The poll (right hand bottom of site) asks:

Which youngster (21 or younger) will be a breakthrough star this year?

Option 1 is : Nathan Delfouneso

Option 2 is : Andreas Weimann

Option 3 is : Samir Carruthers

Option 4 is : Gary Gardner

Option 5 is : Daniel Johnson

Option 6 is : Nathan Baker

Option 7 is : Graham Burke

Option 8 is : Derrick Williams

Option 9 is : Someone else. Someone even younger!

Option 10 is : There will be more than one There will be more than one

Option 11 is : None of them

Option 12 is : Bugger me if I know, I glow in the dark

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday August 2 2012
Time: 4:44PM

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I voted Samir Caruthers.
Green Villan
02/08/2012 16:48:00
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me too. Seriously hope he fulfils his potential this year
AVbornandbred
02/08/2012 16:54:00
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Carruthers & Gardner
AstonBilla
02/08/2012 17:16:00
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Yep, Carruther for me too. Love his up and at them style.
Pride of Lions
02/08/2012 17:21:00
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Having watched Graham Burke's cameo performance against Peterborough last night this lad definitely one to watch
midbedsvillan01
02/08/2012 17:23:00
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No idea... hope that helps! So difficult to know who can make that final step up isn't it? I do like the look of Baker, think Gardner can't be far off (but is still a bit too young for regular) I'd be happy to see more just play bit parts in their development. Liked the look of Weimann as well, he wasn't afraid to shoot, something a bit shocking for a Villa striker. They have much to be proud of all of them, top stuff, wish them all well.
The Fear
02/08/2012 17:24:00
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Me say Carruthers also. Has a bit of cockiness or something about him (in a good way). Big season for Gardner too, and maybe Weimann can prove we don't need another striker (although, I think we do anyway, for numbers at least). Yep, as Fear said, we really do have a great bunch of young lads.
Stephen Jay Hawkings
02/08/2012 17:52:00
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You're all way off. It's gonna be that young up and coming Keeper Andy Marshall. I've seen some black and white footage of him and he looks class.
villaiain
02/08/2012 18:50:00
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