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Man City v Villa media watch [16.11.12 PM]: Gaffer's faith in youth
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16th Nov 2012
Man City v Villa media watch [16.11.12 PM]: Gaffer's faith in youth


Express and Star: Robbie Keane today emerged as a potential loan target for Villa after manager Paul Lambert was coy when asked about the chance of a return in January. The ex-Wolves striker spent a successful two-month stint at the claret and blues last season where he scored three goals in seven appearances, including two in a 3-2 in over his former club at Molineux.

BBC Sport: Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert insists he will continue to invest in youth at the club and is confident his side will improve. Lambert spent heavily in the summer on young players as part of a long-term plan for the Premier League side.

TEAMtalk: Rotherham have strengthened their depleted squad with the addition of Aston Villa teenager Courtney Cameron on a youth loan. The 19-year-old winger, who has been a regular in the reserves at the Premier League club, will stay at New York Stadium until January 5 and could make his debut at home to Cheltenham in League Two on Saturday.

ClubCall: Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert insists he is happy to put his faith in young talent ahead of the Premier League game at Manchester City. Lambert spent £22million on rebuilding his squad in the summer, with the emphasis on up-and-coming players such as Christian Benteke, Matt Lowton, Joe Bennett and Ashley Westwood.

BBC Sport: Rotherham have signed Aston Villa winger Courtney Cameron on loan until 5 January. The 19-year-old joined Villa from Northampton Town in 2009 and has been a regular in the Premier League club's reserve side.

Sky Sports: Paul Lambert will continue to put his faith in youth when Aston Villa travel to big-spending Manchester City on Saturday. The Villa boss spent just £22m on rebuilding his squad in the summer, with the emphasis on promising young players like Christian Benteke, Matt Lowton, Joe Bennett and Ashley Westwood.

Sporting Life: Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert insists he is happy to put his faith in young talent ahead of Saturday's Barclays Premier League clash at big-spending Manchester City. Lambert spent £22million on rebuilding his squad in the summer, with the emphasis on up-and-coming players such as Christian Benteke, Matt Lowton, Joe Bennett and Ashley Westwood.

*The extracts on this page are taken from various newspapers and media outlets. They do not necessarily reflect the views of Aston Villa.

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