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  1. GIDDYVILLAN June 1, 2014 at 8:53 am . Reply

    Morning fellow VILLANS I’ve seen this link to me the hammers will be his likely destination we simply are in no position to match that.LERNER is trying to cut his loses not increase them, so it’s wishful thinking I feel. It’s going to be a sell to buy scenario in our case I can’t see any other way unless whatever Lerner spends will be added to the price of the club which to me is unthinkable.

    1. GIDDYVILLAN June 1, 2014 at 8:59 am . Reply

      I think Hoolahan will be back in the mix in the not too distant future.

  2. Markham June 1, 2014 at 8:55 am . Reply

    A good signing … I can barely contain my excitement , he’s that good Sunderland released him Ffs , if this take over doesn’t hurry up we are well and truly up shit creek . Jack colback a good signing , what is the world coming too

  3. Marvilla00 June 1, 2014 at 9:27 am . Reply

    Haha don’t make me laugh jack collback a good signing….his that good of a singing that Sunderland haven’t offered him a new contract his that good of a player that his a free agent and there only villa and west ham chasing him. If this is the kinda signing I’ve gotta look forward too this season am gonna go watch my local amateur team more pride and probe better football

    1. Jack Goback June 1, 2014 at 9:28 am . Reply

      Totally agree, the bloke is worse than El Ahmadi and thats saying something!!

  4. JimT June 2, 2014 at 3:20 pm . Reply

    Well, you asked for this when you force the chairman out with absolutely no potential buyers in sight(there still isn’t any). At least we were kind of comfortable financially and could maybe start spending. But, no. Now we’re stuck with a big for sale sign on villa park under to condition you spend all if your money on what the fans tell you and you can’t make any profit. Nobody in the world wants us. The club is on life support with no treatment available. It will be dead soon. We will mourn. But we only have ourselves to blame.

  5. Andrew June 2, 2014 at 6:20 pm . Reply

    He’s not that bad in all fairness. I know he left Sunderland on a free, but that hardly means anything.

    Anyways

    Villa boss Paul Lambert saw Scotland’s Under-21s humbled by the Dutch last week and may be closer to adding Billy Stark to his staff.

    Lambert was spotted at St Mirren Park in Paisley for the European Under-21 Championship qualifier in which the Netherlands, inspired by hat-trick hero Quincy Promes, all but ended the Scots’ chances of making next summer’s finals.
    That could help Lambert tempt Scotland Under-21 boss Stark to join his Villa Park backroom team in time for the start of next season as he looks to fill the void left by the departures of Ian Culverhouse and Gary Karsa.
    Stark, who like Lambert also used to play in midfield for Celtic, moved into management as Tommy Burns’ assistant at the Glasgow giants in 1994.
    He then went on to manage Greenock Morton, St Johnstone and Queen’s Park before joining the SFA in January 2008.
    Lambert will also have seen an impressive display from 22-year-old Twente wideman Promes, who tiptoed around the Scots’ defence to net the opener before two more clinical finishes put the visitors 3-0 up.
    Other players who could have been of interest to Villa include Manchester City centre-back Karim Rekik, who looks set to be loaned out again next season, and Chelsea duo Nathan Ake and Marco van Ginkel.

    1. Andrew June 2, 2014 at 7:51 pm . Reply

      However there is claims that the No. 2 to Lambert could be an incredible one.

      @PaulAbdale: Not often shocked in this job, but the possible new No.2 to Paul Lambert will certainly be a major surprise. ‪#‎avfc‬
      Daily Mirror Assistant Sports Editor.

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