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Moore: All about a Villan-to-be!

Moore: All about a Villan-to-be!

On-Loan Aston Villa striker Luke Moore has admitted that it was an outgoing Baggies player that convinced him to join the Albion.

Moore moved to the Hawthorns last week as part of a loan-to-purchase deal that will see the former Villa academy graduate join us in the summer for £3million with an extra £500,000 inbound depending on appearances.

It now appears that Curtis Davies, on loan at Villa with the view to a £10million move to Villa Park this summer, had some say in Moore’s decision to make the cross-city switch.

“I spoke to Curtis Davies in passing and he said it was a good place to come and play football,' said Moore. “Ultimately, that's what I'm here to do and I just want to enjoy my football. If I get that out of the move I'll be more than happy.

“Curtis also told me the manager is a top man and you can't ask any more than that.”

Luke, any chance you could persuade Curtis to come back again?

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Writer:BaggieInExile
Date:Friday February 29 2008
Time: 4:20PM

Comments

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Sod off your having him back!!!!!!!
murph
29/02/2008 17:07:00
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You want him out of Villa then Murph or did you mean not having him back? Thought he was doing well at the vile?
BromBoy
01/03/2008 11:48:00
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as in sod off your not having him back, he's ours...though now crocked :-(
murph
01/03/2008 17:21:00
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Lets see if he start to get some goals now he stepped down a division?
will it ever happen
04/03/2008 16:25:00
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Who Davies? Hasn't he gone up a division, you retard!
DolceBoy
04/03/2008 19:03:00
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Dolce wakey wakey...the picture is Davies but the article is about Moore! The young ex-Villan scored goals for them now and again, I reckon he can make it as an Albion legend-to-be.
BaggieInExile
04/03/2008 19:07:00
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