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Takeover On Wednesday?

Takeover On Wednesday?

Is there a takeover about to be announced at Aston Villa?

Yes according to the Sunday Times.

The article says a takeover by an Irish group will be completed on Wednesday at a cost of £64million with Ellis staying on as a non executive (which makes sense for his contacts + as the main leverage to get him to agree on a takeover!)

The group involved? Comer Homes Group, with Operating Chairman - Michael Neville - said to be a lifelong Villa fan hailing from Solihull.

The report claims Villa will get around £20million per season for the squad and stadium.

We'll see. Might just keep everything crossed in case!

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Sunday October 30 2005
Time: 10:23AM

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Promises, Promises !
Still-Ian
30/10/2005 13:22:00
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Promises, Promises !
Still-Ian
30/10/2005 13:22:00
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Oh!!!! Please, please, please, YES!!!! If something's not done soon I'm going to have to build my own business empire so that a FAN can buy the club and give the team a chance to regain the glory days. :) Perhaps we can get in a real manager too, one that can do more than moan about the squad. Maybe the squad would show a bit more quality and consistencey if he showed a bit more beleif in them instead of continually moaning, you can't tell me that Wigan have a better quality squad tahn us!!!!
Villain Of The North
30/10/2005 14:27:00
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Oh!!!! Please, please, please, YES!!!! If something's not done soon I'm going to have to build my own business empire so that a FAN can buy the club and give the team a chance to regain the glory days. :) Perhaps we can get in a real manager too, one that can do more than moan about the squad. Maybe the squad would show a bit more quality and consistencey if he showed a bit more beleif in them instead of continually moaning, you can't tell me that Wigan have a better quality squad tahn us!!!!
Villain Of The North
30/10/2005 14:27:00
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Wait with anticipation!!! Want to see what their plans are though before I welcome them as owners.
mike_field
30/10/2005 15:10:00
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Wait with anticipation!!! Want to see what their plans are though before I welcome them as owners.
mike_field
30/10/2005 15:10:00
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