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Stoke sign Hendrie on loan

Stoke sign Hendrie on loan

Stoke City have signed Aston Villa midfielder, Lee Hendrie on a two month loan.

It seems to have taken Villa fans by surprise. 29 year old Hendrie had been linked to Crystal Palace and QPR and according to our colleagues at Vital Villa, he was widely expected to rejoin former Villa manager, John Gregory at Rangers.

Well, some good news at last and with luck, he will be in the side against Preston at the Britannia tomorrow.

In other news, it seems that Ade Akinbiyi will not be returning to the Potteries. Sheffield United manager, Neil Warnock has decided not to loan the player out: "We can put this to bed right now - Ade is going nowhere. He is just too important to the squad here, so no chance. No way. I shall not let him leave on loan, end of story."

Seems like any chance of a shorter trip to work for the Blades' reserve striker will have to be put on hold for the time being...


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Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Friday September 29 2006
Time: 9:22AM

Comments

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Praise the lord - a bit of good news ! Let's hope TP doesn't decide to play him in goals and oust Simmo this time; our other "performing" player. That assumed (but don't bank on it), he could be a very good signing if he's really up for it. Gooaaaarn son.
stokebloke
29/09/2006 09:30:00
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lee hendrie? i wondered what had happened to him! He's obviously lost his appetite for the game. Nick Barmby springs to mind...
DMG
29/09/2006 16:41:00
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is he a schoolboy signing on and do you have to provide him with a healthy eating lunch jamie oliver style????
dazza71
01/10/2006 08:46:00
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"obviously lost his appetite for the game" - what are you smoking DMG? His comments over the last weeks don't sound as if he has - he'd be happy to play in Villa reserves if so. His performance yesterday, by all accounts, didn't look like that of a man who has lost his appetite. I wasn't there to see it for reasons too complicated to mention here. :-(
fornside
01/10/2006 08:47:00
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C'mon fornside, Hendrie is not your saviour! And are you lot really happy with a draw against Preston? We bombed them out of the league cup with our second string side!
DMG
01/10/2006 18:43:00
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DMG: It must be really sad for you to have to hang around our site as no one at the Fail can be bothered to write for the Vital PV site
scfc
01/10/2006 20:27:00
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True, we're only just beginning to pick up the pace - but give it a couple of weeks... in the meantime do feel free to comment on our performance against Northampton.
DMG
02/10/2006 12:49:00
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get him back to form or get him interested he will be a great signing if not a waste of money
mvmiller
05/10/2006 08:02:00
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