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"Paul McGrath, McGrath.." A Midlands Tale.

Crayth

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Gerard Houllier Suffers Heart Attack
7th July 2010 @ www.skysportsnews.com


Breaking News! Former Aston Villa manager Gerard Houllier passed away earlier today. The french man suffered a heart attack whilst sitting on his toilet. He was found dead in the early hours of this morning. Sky Sports News has already sent condolences to the Houllier household and will have a match dedicated to him sometime in the future, however Aston Villa are already on the lookout for a new manager, and the legend himself, Paul McGrath is in the frame for the job and wirh Randy Lerner apparently offering a reasonable transfer kitty, there will be a few people wanting the Aston Villa job tonight.

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Paul McGrath signs for Villa!
12th July 2010 @ www.skysportsnews.com



Sky Sports News sources are being told that Paul McGrath has put pen to paper on a five-year-deal keeping him at Villa Park as the manager. Randy Lerner has yet to come out and announce the new manager but it seems inevitable when the person is announced it is going to be ex-Villa player and legend Paul McGrath. Paul has decided not to comment on the matter and to let the club sort it out. Paul McGrath does seem keen to become the manager though, dropping hints in a recent interview with Jonathan Pearce.

After consulting with the club Villa Park finally made the announcement that they're former legend Paul McGrath will take the reigns at the club in place of Houllier and with a decent team to work with Paul will just need to bring one or two more fresh faces in to liven up the team. Mr. McGrath has already put together a list of suitable candidates to join The Villans.

Jó - Manchester City - £4,5 million.
Paulo Henrique - Santos - £15 million.
Edin Dzeko - Wolfsburg VfL - £25 million.
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BBC Sport Agree Deal With Aston Villa
18th July 2011 @ www.bbcsport.com



A partnership has been made today between the television broadcasting company BBC and Aston Villa Football Club, as the two came to an agreement on a year long trial deal where BBC Sport will cover all Barclays Premier League games for Aston Villa this season. The two came to an agreement after a spat between Randy Lerner and Sky Sports turned public and Sky Sports cut off connections with the club, so now all Aston Villa connections are now on www.bbcsport.com.

New manager Paul McGrath has said to be very excited about this new deal and he thinks that it will bring extra publicity to the football club due to BBC being free for everyone with freeview. Paul McGrath failed to give away his transfer intentions however BBC Sports has been linking Brazillian Manchester City striker Jó with a move to Villa Park after Paul McGrath complimented the player on his pace and power. Both sides had no comment to make.

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McGrath Gets His Men



Paul McGrath's Aston Villa have landed Manchester City striker Jó and Santos' 20-year-old Brazillian wonderkid Paulo Henrique, who has been tipped as the next Zinedine Zidance, they're has been transfer news linking Jo to Villa however it has all been kept under wraps but a good moves for both clubs and player, Jó was signed for a bargain amount of £4.4 million pounds whereas Brazillian wonderkid Henrique cost a whopping £15 million pounds for Mr. McGrath, who has already spent almost £20 million, less than 30 days into the job.

Villa have also been linked with a move for Nuri Sahin, another young 20-year-old looking to break into the world of football, the youngster has showboated his quality to thousands around the world and now looks to be coming to England, to play in the Premier League with Aston Villa. Another story, Aston Villa will play Kober in the fourth round of qualifying for the UEFA Cup.

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