Date: 3rd September 2006 at 11:38am
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Coventry City have stolen a youth player from under the noses (not the blue-noses) of Aston Villa, but fear not, he’ll return!

Bailey William Fear, nephew of the talentless Jonathan Fear (albeit a mean left-back-in-the-dressing-room) has been snapped up by Coventry City’s youth academy.

Bailey, 10 years old in October, has never been happy unless he has a ball at his feet and has already played for Temple Grafton school team, which is unusual as they don’t usually have someone of Bailey’s age in the team.

Bailey, who also played at Bodymoor Heath for the Villa youth set up, was delighted with the news but knows his uncle expects him to return to the Villa fold once he has gained his experience at Coventry! Special thanks to Paul Plant, involved with the Villa youth set up, for his help and advice to Bailey.

Bailey, good luck little dude, your Uncle PT could not be more proud if he tried!

 

12 Replies to “Bailey W. Fear – Future of Villa!”

  • Hi There “JP FEAR” just reading the “are takeovers good for football” debate, you put Randy SHOULD take over soon, why did you not put WILL take over, please don’t do this to me, I can’t take it, please let me know it was a miss-use of words, or it’s ra

  • eltora, that comment should be in the relevent article comments!!! Note I did not write that article, but to allay your fears, have no fear, the takeover is soon to be rubber stamped, i’m sure they are sailing passed the 75% and an announcement is due th

  • Congrats, Bailey. Actually, has Nigel Worthington scouted you yet? We are desperate for cover at left back for Adam Drury…

  • Oh happy days… I remember when i was 10 and good at football, I thought I’d be a star for sure…. 6 years later and everyone else got better and I was suddenly pants and packed it in! Good luck Bailey, little dude!

  • CCFC havs a long history of looking after and bringing on youngsters, even youngsters of a very tender age. He’s in good hands, and good luck to him.

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