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O'Neill's up for full English


August 18, 2007

MARTIN O?NEILL is building an Aston Villa side with Made in England stamped on it.

And that will delight national coach Steve McClaren, who today watches Villa in action at Newcastle.

O?Neill already has ELEVEN Englishmen in his squad, including four current Under-21s and three who featured at the U21 European Champ-ionships but who are now too old.

And Villa are also chasing ?8million-rated Curtis Davies from West Brom, another product from this country.

O?Neill?s stance is in contrast to the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea who believe the foreign route is the way to go.

The Northern Irishman has spent more than ?18m on young English stars Ashley Young and Nigel Reo-Coker.

O?Neill said: ?In an ideal world I suppose I would prefer to buy British players ? but they are expensive.

?Mind you, foreign players are dear right now too!

?I?m not thinking ?England? first, I am thinking about Aston Villa. But we have got a lot of the younger England players here and with them being together it will help them progress on to the full senior side.

?I think we have a good sound base of homegrown players and it is something I?d like to add to. If the English talent is around, then I will certainly be going for it.?

VILLA?S TASTE OF ENGLAND: Carson, Taylor, Cahill, Gardner, Osbourne, Barry, Reo-Coker, Young, Agbonlahor, Moore, Harewood.


So... O?Neill?s stance is in contrast to the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea who believe the foreign route is the way to go.

You stupid bint. Try this.

Glen Johnson, Wayne Bridge, John Terry, Ashley Cole, Joe Cole, Frank Lampard and Shaun Wright-Phillips.

All ENGLAND Internationals.

Michael Mancienne, Jimmy Smith, Scott Sinclair, Michael Woods, Jack Cork, Harry Worley

All represented England at U-21 or U-19 level.


Great journalist.

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