Date: 5th August 2006 at 11:15am
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Vital Villa asked if Martin O’Neill comes in (which obviously he now has), what does that mean to you?

62% said O’Neill must know that Ellis IS going.

29% said the boycott of Villa Park remains until Ellis is gone.

5% said the status quo remains until Ellis goes

1% said well done Doug, now leave

and 3% claim Ellis has done well and should stay. So thanks to our Blue nose mates for that one!

 

16 Replies to “What Does MON Arrival Mean?”

  • I don’t think it’s a coincidence that MON signs on the day that Lerner returns to the UK. 😉

  • i hope it was just a safty net for him incase the undead doug decides that the bilionaire Randy cant afford the 900 million he is asking or what ever stupid valuation he has put on his shares.that way MON can walk away from a chairman who always goes back

  • I don’t understand. the manager can walk away from a 4 year contract – just as easily as a i year. He quits just the same. What this does is make him easily poached, as any club would only have to pay nominal compensation.

  • I agree ooahPaulMcgrath he has stated he wants to be here for a long time but the one year thing is just in case ellis does a u turn.

  • Hope this is academic, and I know I sound like an old record BUT no way will I set foot in VP whilst HDE remains in charge. Although if I were a betting man I would bet that this time next week I would have a shiny new season ticket in my hand after all t

  • My understanding is that it is a one-year rolling contract, which seems pretty normal nowadays. But what does the arrival of MON mean? It means that for the first time since Ron Saunders Aston Villa have a manager capable of convincing both the fans, play

  • Does that mean we can finally get rid of the pic of O’Dreary from the top banner ?
    And maybe a grim reaper in behind Deadly !

  • The difference about the arrival of Ron Saunders and Martin O’Neill though, is that Saunders arrival was hardly greeted with open arms by supporters. He was certainly not the supporters choice. We were in the old second division though, so obviously the b

  • Saunders – don’t forget when he arrived we were at best a mediocre mid table 2nd div side under Vic Crowe

  • By the way …Can we change the site banner to read 14 managers and still no success because technically that would be correct if only temporarily.

  • I hope O’Neill is a success but of course I was happy when O’Leary came and when he signed the contract extension so now I need convincing. Mr O’Neill please show me improvement before I offer blind faith

  • Don’t forget that MON still has a wife in treatment, the one year rolling could just be his way of not been tied down too much due to his family problems, and I believe I speak for more than just myself when I wish MON and his wife all the best luck in th

  • I think the roleing contract mite be for his wife in case he needs to pull out or for the new owners in case they don’t want him.

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