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Transfer Speculation Summer 2017


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5 hours ago, Patrick said:

I certainly would  black , even  though he has played well during the 2nd half of  the  season just gone he is still crap and making  mistakes and getting caught out of position is  part of his game. He would of gone for nothing this summer if his amount of appearances hadn't triggered his contract extension .  So if that triggering means we can get some money for him by selling well all the better , its a bonus

I guess he is a high earner as well.

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25/05/2017 : I am against selling Alan Hutton. As for those who complain about him being caught out of position, I have addressed this issue before and repeat it here. We are either going to have attacking full backs or not. Either way, the team tactics need to be set up to cope with this. That is the responsibility of the Manager beforehand and of the players designated to fill the gap(s) when the flow of the game creates them.

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I would let Hutton go, he has claimed that spot this season but we have options at RB that should not see us weakened, maybe even improved if Bree is given the chance to step up.

We have to sell before we can buy, so letting Hutton move on makes sense.

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5 hours ago, Larry-AV said:

25/05/2017 : I am against selling Alan Hutton. As for those who complain about him being caught out of position, I have addressed this issue before and repeat it here. We are either going to have attacking full backs or not. Either way, the team tactics need to be set up to cope with this. That is the responsibility of the Manager beforehand and of the players designated to fill the gap(s) when the flow of the game creates them.

You make a great point and something I have said in the past.

The way we play the full backs will push forward so therefore a centre-half needs to cover them with the DM dropping to cover or the DM goes to cover the full back.

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Bree has a lot to learn and he can develop as next season and those that follow, but as someone else said, with if we let Hutton leave (and why would we on his current form??) then where is the cover going to come from with Ritchie De Laet still healing from a horrible injury!

Hutton should be our first choice RB at the start of next season while easing Bree and De Laet back into the positon

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On 5/25/2017 at 0:49 PM, lifelongvilla said:

Sell Hutton and we will only have Bree and a player returning from a serious injury. We should be looking to move players like Richards before Hutton.

Not even Redknapp would sign Richards. No chance of him moving.

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Just watched the Celtic game. Rogic looks a good player and a better version of Grealish. Roberts would be a useful loan

Also Sinclair is still terrible

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Aston Villa are among a number of Championship clubs reportedly weighing up a move for Lincoln City midfielder Alex Woodyard.

The 24-year-old hardly missed a match as the Imps took the National League title and famously reached the FA Cup quarter-finals.

 

Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/aston-villa-transfer-news-lincoln-13103867

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