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Carlos Wants Permanent Ewood Move

Carlos Wants Permanent Ewood Move

Blackburn Rovers midfielder Carlos Villanueva is already eyeing a permanent deal at Ewood Park, despite being on loan and only having played one game.

Carlos, speaking to rovers.co.uk, said 'I was really happy with how my debut went and my aim now is to keep performing to that same level,'

'My main goal this season is to get as many minutes as possible in the Premier League.

'At the moment I'm only here on loan but I'd love to stay here for many years to come.'

I think we all agree that Carlos has bags of potential and will be a big player for us this season. I can't wait to see him eased into action and given a free license. He can really unlock defences.

Once he is up to the right speed for the Premier League, Ince will unleash the monster!!!




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Writer:Mikey
Date:Wednesday September 17 2008
Time: 2:26PM

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I'll save you a comment Oz - friends, full internationals, joke manager. There you go, save your keyboard.
MikeyGamst
17/09/2008 14:28:00
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Seriosuly, though nice words from Carlos. It shows that Ince is treating him right and has made a good impression on him. It wont be long before we reap the dividends and see Villanueva winning us games.
MikeyGamst
17/09/2008 14:29:00
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sorry mate so he is an international cant be that good if a 3rd division player gets chosen to play ahead of him
oztheman
17/09/2008 14:35:00
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I too have big hopes for this guy...as well as I had for Vogel. I really hope it is just due to injuries and lack of fatigue that Andrews and Reid is choosen before them. Villanueva and Vogel are my prefered central midfielders...Dunn can join if we play with 5 in the mid. And a possible signing in Ugur Yildirim as a right midfielder...he has a killer right leg at set pieces - he can really curl them. He has just asked for his contract to be terminated at his current club, so that he can join another club as a free agent - and therefor outside the transfer window.
redstarman
17/09/2008 14:39:00
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..and by fatigue I mean fitness...no need to comment on that people :-)
redstarman
17/09/2008 14:40:00
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I was about to say red star man... fatigue after one game!??! Who is he? Stephane Henchoz!?!?!
MikeyGamst
17/09/2008 15:51:00
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"Many years to come". I certainly hope so!
spinaker7081
17/09/2008 16:00:00
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Hopefully that will be Tugay's "many years to come" and not Bellamy's!!!
MikeyGamst
17/09/2008 16:14:00
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When the time is right (this weekend I personally think?!?!) Incey will unleash him on the Premier League, and when he does watch out!
Walker
18/09/2008 09:49:00
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Guys, unless i was watching the wrong player at Grimsby then Villenueva wil NEVER play in central midfield as part of a two!!! He would always have to be joined by two stronger guy cos he's just too weak to hold his own!! Vogul has never been anythin other than average..... to my mind it's between Grella, Reid, Dunn and dare i say it Andrews who playes at the heart of our midfield. They are the only ones who can cope physically with the task!! Andrews looked ok against Arsenal.....................
mani13963
18/09/2008 20:13:00
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