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The Loan Market


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The Loan Market

With the loan market still open to Championship teams, who would you like to see Villa bring in and who do you think we will bring in?

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We are lacking at centre back, left back and up front.....I don't know who's out of favour at their club, I just hope we bring in experienced players that improve what we have instead of kids who rarely play.

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52 minutes ago, dorset lion said:

We are lacking at centre back, left back and up front.....I don't know who's out of favour at their club, I just hope we bring in experienced players that improve what we have instead of kids who rarely play.

Villa isn't giving up on Abrahams so it seems.

 

I wonder if West Ham would be open to a loan deal for Cresswell?

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some fire power is desperately needed, Hogan and Davis are injured RHM deserves a game or 2 but is also prone to injury, and Kodjia i cant decide on,-------a CB is needed we have Chester Axel and Elphick,who although scored at Hull didnt appear to overly exert with  his celebraton!!----those 2 positions would be my priority,-- we have Taylor Bree Hutton De Laet Elmo and young Clark from the U/23,s to compete for the ful back births so i would rate a new LB as a lesser prority.

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1 hour ago, avstu said:

Villa isn't giving up on Abrahams so it seems.

 

I wonder if West Ham would be open to a loan deal for Cresswell?

In the case of a striker like Abraham I'd not be so fussed about experience. I prefer an experienced loan player because most of the youngsters I can think of that we have loaned either have not played much or been an improvement on what we have, only 2 exceptions spring to mind, Kyle Walker and Sam Johnstone.

Cresswell would be great but he played a lot last season, is there a reason you think West Ham would let him go ?

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4 minutes ago, freddy said:

some fire power is desperately needed, Hogan and Davis are injured RHM deserves a game or 2 but is also prone to injury, and Kodjia i cant decide on,-------a CB is needed we have Chester Axel and Elphick,who although scored at Hull didnt appear to overly exert with  his celebraton!!----those 2 positions would be my priority,-- we have Taylor Bree Hutton De Laet Elmo and young Clark from the U/23,s to compete for the ful back births so i would rate a new LB as a lesser prority.

Yes Elphick's celebration was a little muted, he might have the hump at seldom playing or it could just have been a surprise.

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4 hours ago, dorset lion said:

Yes Elphick's celebration was a little muted, he might have the hump at seldom playing or it could just have been a surprise.

Considering it was his first goal in Claret and Blue---the lack of celebration surprised me, especially when compared to Hutton,s exuberance --he,s never played for Hull has he?

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3 minutes ago, Rawly1966 said:

jm has his shirt ?

Played yesterday also for West Ham.

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