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'Overjoyed' - Former Leeds striker gives verdict on Dean Smith's new Aston Villa contract

Tamworth Herald Friday, 29 November 2019
'Overjoyed' - Former Leeds striker gives verdict on Dean Smith's new Aston Villa contractAston Villa news | Dean Smith signed a new four-year contract with Villa which will keep him at B6 until 2023.
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