Date: 8th July 2006 at 8:36pm
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The results of the latest poll have thrown up a mixed result. With rumours circulating that striker Milan Baros already has his heart set on bratwurst, lederhosen and other stereotypical German things, Vital Villa asked you if he would stay at Villa.

41% are dead cert that he will be sold so that D`oL can bring in more of his babbies.

45% of you thought that there wouldn’t be a suitable bid. To be honest for a player of Baros’ ‘stature’ I don’t consider Hamburg to be that suitable!

Interestingly, 14% of you seem to think that Doug Ellis has found a new role at Villa Park to add to his list of jobs and has taken up the position of Milan Baros’ PA, having already packed the Czech strikers bags ready for his move away from Birmingham.

Our New poll, because I am an unimaginative person is, Jimmy-Flloyd…yes or no!



 

10 Replies to “Does he stay, or go?”

  • you can find a better replacement, hasselbiank would be alright for you replacement but yeah, he a little old….

  • We are likely to keep trying Moore and Agbonlahor even if they are not prem quality yet. So we need someone to play with them who can convert and complement them (lay balls on for zoomy runs)… like an inform Phillips or Angel perhaps. With limited cash

  • Well if u think a striker who scored 18 goals last season is rubbish u must have very very high standards.The man yakubu scored 1 more than him.Think he is away to charlton anyway

  • No JFH is no replacement for Baros (who hasn’t gone yet). Anyway Hasselbaink is of to the Valley. Centre Half, creative midfielder and another striker £8m not enough for all three positions to be filled.

  • We’ll end up selling Milan Baros, and going with the strikers currently on the books. We’ve currently got Phillips, Angel, Moore, and Agbonlahor all vying for a starting position, so unless O’Leary manages to offload at least one from those four, current

  • Strengthen elsewhere, I heard that new curtain rods are required in Eliis’s office to hold up the new golden velvet curtains and the 1940’s safe that just needs replacing.

  • I see that the lack of season tickets being sold this year has resulted in another scalp being forced from Villa Park. This time is is the Serpentine Carpark being made the scapegoat and up for sale for 7.3 million.

  • I wouldn’t trust O’Leary with £8 never mind £8million to buy a new midfielder. His track record at VP and Leeds on buying midfield players isn’t exactly world class: Djemba x 2, Berson, Berger, Seth Johnson etc etc. Maybe we could use our chief scout to p

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