Date: 16th January 2017 at 1:11pm
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Looks like Aly Cissokho is history.

It`s not official yet and to be fair with credit, I saw this via

The fullback is having a medical at Greek club Olympiakos ahead of a loan deal. The Mail say it should be announced officially later.

How is it that we are able to get rid of players quickly but can`t get anyone in with such speed?

Good luck to Aly, he was no better or worse than what we have on the pitch now I don`t think. But you could never fault his effort.

His contract officially expires in the summer of 2018

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6 Replies to “Player Leaves Villa – If Only They Arrived As Quickly”

  • He’s a trier, I’ll give him that. A bit untidy at times, but definitely couldn’t fault his effort and enthusiasm. Good luck to the boy.

  • Dear Steve Round/ Keith Wyness I also want to ask how we are good at not only get getting rid of players quickly (before replacing them) but also our ability to get rid of probably the 3 low maintenance players in the club. Why did we let Gestede go early

  • No competition for Amavi now. Based on his recent performances, that’s a scary prospect. One can only assume that Cissoko pushed for the move because he wasn’t getting a game, and you can’t blame him at age 29. I think we can all agree that he (Cissoko) w

  • Fast enough to ship out the players that have a go, try shipping out those that don’t. for free if need be.

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