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3 minutes ago, HKP90 said:

I’ve been around when we lost Yorke, Barry, Milner, et al.

We never ever learn, and we never break the cycle.

 

The rules have been made to make it that we can't break the cycle though.

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2 minutes ago, HKP90 said:

I’ve been around when we lost Yorke, Barry, Milner, et al.

We never ever learn, and we never break the cycle.

 

I don't think that's fair, I think they've tried everything to keep Jack. I also think this time it's different, we are at the beginning of an upward curve that started at 16th (ish) in the Championship and will take us back ot the heights again.

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Just now, Pissflaps said:

The rules have been made to make it that we can't break the cycle though.

See what you are saying but he was under bloody contract. 4 years! 
 

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3 minutes ago, HKP90 said:

See what you are saying but he was under bloody contract. 4 years! 
 

And it means nothing. They just refuse to play and force a move.

The same will happen again.Take your pick from Martinez, Konsa, Bailey etc whoever. Next summer it will.be someone else.

 

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2 minutes ago, Pissflaps said:

And it means nothing. They just refuse to play and force a move.

The same will happen again.Take your pick from Martinez, Konsa, Bailey etc whoever. Next summer it will.be someone else.

 

Exactly. It’s happening to Spurs with Kane too.

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2 minutes ago, Jareth said:

A lot of money going on Ings - and that is without any real build up or media coverage or even us clearly needing another striker - what's going on? 

 

Not sure how reliable this guy is, but seems to have got a few things right recently. Despite his age, I do like Ings if we can get him for a reasonable price.

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Out with the old, in with new. Question is who? I feel like we need a Marquee player (Or two). We have £100+ Mil to spend. Who would you sign to replace Grealish?

Anyways here is my choices:

1) Daichi Kamada
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2) Allan Saint-Maximin
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3) Mikkel Damsgaard
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4) Mikel Oyarzabal

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9 minutes ago, HKP90 said:

See what you are saying but he was under bloody contract. 4 years! 
 

Really doesn’t matter whatsoever if he wants to leave. That’s just the way it is.

We are better run than we have ever been in my lifetime of supporting villa. All clubs other than like 5 lose their best players. Even Arsenal, Tottenham, Man Utd, Dortmund, Liverpool, Chelsea, etc. The list is endless other than essentially Man City, Bayern and Real. Probably can’t even include Barcelona.

Point being most clubs have to sell their best players. It’s how you reinvest and react that matters. We can either do a Dortmund and be wise or we can do Lerner-era Villa and piss it all up the wall and free fall. 

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Just now, sharkyvilla said:

I was really impressed with Ings when he played against us but I don't see how it would be in our financial model, unless it is somehow to help convince Ward-Prowse to come here.

Too injury prone also. 

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4 minutes ago, Jareth said:

A lot of money going on Ings - and that is without any real build up or media coverage or even us clearly needing another striker - what's going on? 

Oh no! This is a Sheringham / Cascarino repeat.

We want JWP and they offer Ings instead. 
 

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