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Will Aston Villa Become Man City's Feeder Club?

Will Aston Villa Become Man City's Feeder Club?


Aston Villa keeper Stuart Taylor has followed Gareth Barry's footsteps and joined Manchester City FC.

Taylor (28) will replace Joe Hart (loaned out to Birmingham City) as Shay Givens understudy. Stuart is expected to sign a one-year deal as soon as the official tranfer window opens.

England born Taylor made only eight Villa first team appearances last season and unless Given receives an injury the 6'5' keeper can expect a similar season to last, either in the reserves or sat on the bench.

Now that the Blues have captured two Villa players and the official transfer window hasn't even opened, I sit here, scratching my chin and wonder who the third will be? Strange thing is, Aston Villa might just end up as Manchester City's feeder club!





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Writer:Tudor
Date:Wednesday June 24 2009
Time: 10:22AM

Comments

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I thought it already was our feeder club......
Doody
24/06/2009 10:25:00
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Chortle.... Naughty, naughty! I think I see a storm on the Vital horizon! Good job you never said County. Now there would have been fireworks then! Nice site by the way. When does County get a makeover?
cropped
24/06/2009 10:35:00
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yes we feed you our left overs and dregs when we've got the best of them or didn't want them
24/06/2009 10:37:00
0
Feeder club? Don't get ahead of yourself.
Villa4Europe
24/06/2009 10:42:00
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We believe in helping those below us, hopefully we have given you enough to help you stay in the Prem next season.
steff_the_villan
24/06/2009 10:46:00
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Next you will be saying Manchester United are your feeder club just because you made eyes at Tevez and they sold you Kasper Schmeichel after his youth days there. (He signed schoolboy forms for your neaest and deaest in 1999!)
Matt_Us
24/06/2009 10:46:00
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We've already got Barry. I don't think any of their other players are good enough. Maybe they could take Darius Vassell off our hands?
Sindbad
24/06/2009 10:47:00
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we myt b gettin ahead of ourself but we'll be ahead of villa next season =) n left overs if barry was a left over y were villa fans nearly cryin callin him judas LMAO!!!
BigJon
24/06/2009 10:48:00
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Why not Villa feeding City and Spuds feeding Man Ure
jackblue
24/06/2009 10:49:00
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Absolute twat you are. Man City will once again finish below Villa next season. You can continue to have our unwanted scraps. How is Darius?
24/06/2009 10:59:00
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