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Ex-Boss Back in Villa Frame?

Although Aston Villa issued a statement proclaiming that Mark Hughes was not on their potential list of candidates to replace Gerard Houllier circumstances may have changed.

The announcement that Carlo Ancelotti is taking a twelve month sabbatical may have thrown Villa`s recruitment plans awry, with one news agency sounding quite assured in their theory that Hughes is, now, very much in the running to take over managing Randy Lerner`s club.

Part of me hopes the rumour is true; I`d love our paths to cross again!



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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 7 2011

Time: 4:47PM

Your Comments

Don't really care where he goes, just glad he's gone
Oldwolf
he won't be coming to Villa!

Oldwolf, why mate, was he not popular with you guys... if so, why not? (and to any other Fulham fan!)
The Fear
Why you glad he is gone ?
Villa 4 Ever
not all of us are glad but we will take martin jol no problem
truth sayer ffc
i think it's a bit of hindsight in that we can say we'd rather not have a manager that didn't want to be here... the manner in which we were left in the lurch, it's better he left early in the summer than later...
woodysweats
 

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