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The Djemba Twins Can Leave

The Djemba Twins Can Leave

More talks of Jumper Jumper signing for Racing Santander and more denials from David O'Leary!

Eric Djemba-Djemba has failed to make an impact at Aston Villa since joining the Lions from Manchester United. Some say he is simply not good enough, others (in diminishing numbers) that he has never been given a chance.

The Cameroon midfielder recently criticised the manager for not understanding French speaking players and it now looks that he will be allowed to leave, IF Villa get any offers.

Clubs in Spain are reportedly keeping a watchful eye on the player, although none of them moved for him in the transfer window.


Reports at the weekend again linked the player to Racing Santander but O'Leary said: 'I don't know about that one. I keep hearing rumours about Spain but nobody has rang me up about it.'

Back to the reserves for Jumper Jumper then. Happy days!

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday February 8 2006
Time: 4:12PM

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Kids fat anyhow
leelindsay
08/02/2006 16:15:00
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Kids fat anyhow
leelindsay
08/02/2006 16:15:00
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What about the other brother, I see only mention of Eric!
murph
08/02/2006 16:19:00
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What about the other brother, I see only mention of Eric!
murph
08/02/2006 16:19:00
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Feel sorry he hasn't really had a chance, but then again, he gets the same chances in training and the few sub appearances he has made haven't done him any favours. Don't suppose we'll ever find out, but his departure would be less of a mystery than Mathieu Bersons who always looked quality to me. Why either were bought and not played is another matter. ;-)
The Fear
08/02/2006 16:27:00
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Feel sorry he hasn't really had a chance, but then again, he gets the same chances in training and the few sub appearances he has made haven't done him any favours. Don't suppose we'll ever find out, but his departure would be less of a mystery than Mathieu Bersons who always looked quality to me. Why either were bought and not played is another matter. ;-)
The Fear
08/02/2006 16:27:00
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David O`leary wanted them to show he was buying players. I think that explains alot!
murph
08/02/2006 20:07:00
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David O`leary wanted them to show he was buying players. I think that explains alot!
murph
08/02/2006 20:07:00
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