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Emmerdale’s Al Chapman’s exit sealed after he’s killed off over ultimate betrayal?

Al Chapman, the EMMERDALE villain who betrayed Chas and Marlon Dingle, could be leaving the village soon if he is killed off.

Since his debut on the ITV soap, Al Chapman (played by Michael Wildman) has caused a stir with pretty much everyone. The villain, on the other hand, appears to be at odds with the entire Dingle family lately. Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Al Chapman (Aaron Anthony) have never gotten along, and things got even worse when Cain blamed Al’s son Ellis Chapman (Aaron Anthony) for his son Kyle Winchester (Huey Quinn) being hospitalized. Cain drove Ellis out into the middle of nowhere and left him to freeze in an attempt to exact vengeance.

The two will go to any length to gain an advantage over one another, and it’s no secret that Cain will stop at nothing to protect his family.

Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) and Marlon (Mark Charnock) were forced to sign the papers handing over The Woolpack to Al during Wednesday night’s episode.

Following a massive fire at the pub, Chas and Marlon were forced to sell after learning that their insurance claim had been denied because they had failed to mention the development plans.

While Marlon signed the contract without hesitation, Chas insisted on reading the fine print in case anything had been changed.

When the barmaid learned that Al had lowered his offer by £20,000, she was furious.

Cain, who was also present at the time, became enraged and tore up the papers.

“Let’s just get it over with,” Al told Chas and Marlon. “Move on.”

“You’re really enjoying this, aren’t you?” Chas asked as Al replied: “I’m a realist.

“You’re getting nothing from the insurance now, I am the only hope you’ve got.”

“Which is exactly the way you wanted it,” Marlon raged before Al said: “It’s just the way it is.

“Once you have had time to think, you’ll see it’s best for all of us.”

After Marlon signed the papers, Chas said: “Just need to check there are no more surprises.

“I am not signing that, you’ve dropped the price by £20,000.”

Despite Al pleading with them to sign the contract, Cain decided to rip up the paperwork.

“You should never have trusted him,” Cain told Chas.

Later, Gavin (Ben Richards), a newcomer, increased the pressure on Al to sign the papers.

He made it clear to the businessman that if he didn’t, it wouldn’t end well for him.

“You were supposed to bring my contract,” Gavin said, explaining that it hadn’t been signed yet.

“Wrong answer,” the newcomer replied. “You promised I’d have it today. You let me down and I don’t like people who do that.”

Al explained Cain got in the way of Chas signing the contract, as he said: “It has cost me more than I bargained for.”

“You said you can handle these people,” Gavin raged. “If this Cain is the problem then get him out the way. You’ve got two days to get that contract in my hand.”

Gavin went on to threaten: “If you let me down again, I’ll get someone else to fix it and you won’t be around to see that.”

Later, Al has another argument with Cain, and the two end up fighting.

“You stay out of my business,” he threatened the mechanic. “Or I’ll make sure you regret it.”

“He’s all mouth,” Cain hit back before Al told him to stay out of his way.

Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb), who witnessed the row, went on to chip in: “We both owe him one.”

“What did you have in mind?” Cain asked.

A hooded figure slammed the brakes on Al’s car at the end of the episode.

If a car ride ends in a fatal crash, will the villain be killed off for betraying Marlon and Chas?

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Al Chapman, the EMMERDALE villain who betrayed Chas and Marlon Dingle, could be leaving the village soon if he is killed off.

Since his debut on the ITV soap, Al Chapman (played by Michael Wildman) has caused a stir with pretty much everyone. The villain, on the other hand, appears to be at odds with the entire Dingle family lately. Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Al Chapman (Aaron Anthony) have never gotten along, and things got even worse when Cain blamed Al’s son Ellis Chapman (Aaron Anthony) for his son Kyle Winchester (Huey Quinn) being hospitalized. Cain drove Ellis out into the middle of nowhere and left him to freeze in an attempt to exact vengeance.

The two will go to any length to gain an advantage over one another, and it’s no secret that Cain will stop at nothing to protect his family.

Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) and Marlon (Mark Charnock) were forced to sign the papers handing over The Woolpack to Al during Wednesday night’s episode.

Following a massive fire at the pub, Chas and Marlon were forced to sell after learning that their insurance claim had been denied because they had failed to mention the development plans.

While Marlon signed the contract without hesitation, Chas insisted on reading the fine print in case anything had been changed.

When the barmaid learned that Al had lowered his offer by £20,000, she was furious.

Cain, who was also present at the time, became enraged and tore up the papers.

“Let’s just get it over with,” Al told Chas and Marlon. “Move on.”

“You’re really enjoying this, aren’t you?” Chas asked as Al replied: “I’m a realist.

“You’re getting nothing from the insurance now, I am the only hope you’ve got.”

“Which is exactly the way you wanted it,” Marlon raged before Al said: “It’s just the way it is.

“Once you have had time to think, you’ll see it’s best for all of us.”

After Marlon signed the papers, Chas said: “Just need to check there are no more surprises.

“I am not signing that, you’ve dropped the price by £20,000.”

Despite Al pleading with them to sign the contract, Cain decided to rip up the paperwork.

“You should never have trusted him,” Cain told Chas.

Later, Gavin (Ben Richards), a newcomer, increased the pressure on Al to sign the papers.

He made it clear to the businessman that if he didn’t, it wouldn’t end well for him.

“You were supposed to bring my contract,” Gavin said, explaining that it hadn’t been signed yet.

“Wrong answer,” the newcomer replied. “You promised I’d have it today. You let me down and I don’t like people who do that.”

Al explained Cain got in the way of Chas signing the contract, as he said: “It has cost me more than I bargained for.”

“You said you can handle these people,” Gavin raged. “If this Cain is the problem then get him out the way. You’ve got two days to get that contract in my hand.”

Gavin went on to threaten: “If you let me down again, I’ll get someone else to fix it and you won’t be around to see that.”

Later, Al has another argument with Cain, and the two end up fighting.

“You stay out of my business,” he threatened the mechanic. “Or I’ll make sure you regret it.”

“He’s all mouth,” Cain hit back before Al told him to stay out of his way.

Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb), who witnessed the row, went on to chip in: “We both owe him one.”

“What did you have in mind?” Cain asked.

A hooded figure slammed the brakes on Al’s car at the end of the episode.

If a car ride ends in a fatal crash, will the villain be killed off for betraying Marlon and Chas?

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Al Chapman, the EMMERDALE villain who betrayed Chas and Marlon Dingle, could be leaving the village soon if he is killed off.

Since his debut on the ITV soap, Al Chapman (played by Michael Wildman) has caused a stir with pretty much everyone. The villain, on the other hand, appears to be at odds with the entire Dingle family lately. Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Al Chapman (Aaron Anthony) have never gotten along, and things got even worse when Cain blamed Al’s son Ellis Chapman (Aaron Anthony) for his son Kyle Winchester (Huey Quinn) being hospitalized. Cain drove Ellis out into the middle of nowhere and left him to freeze in an attempt to exact vengeance.

The two will go to any length to gain an advantage over one another, and it’s no secret that Cain will stop at nothing to protect his family.

Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) and Marlon (Mark Charnock) were forced to sign the papers handing over The Woolpack to Al during Wednesday night’s episode.

Following a massive fire at the pub, Chas and Marlon were forced to sell after learning that their insurance claim had been denied because they had failed to mention the development plans.

While Marlon signed the contract without hesitation, Chas insisted on reading the fine print in case anything had been changed.

When the barmaid learned that Al had lowered his offer by £20,000, she was furious.

Cain, who was also present at the time, became enraged and tore up the papers.

“Let’s just get it over with,” Al told Chas and Marlon. “Move on.”

“You’re really enjoying this, aren’t you?” Chas asked as Al replied: “I’m a realist.

“You’re getting nothing from the insurance now, I am the only hope you’ve got.”

“Which is exactly the way you wanted it,” Marlon raged before Al said: “It’s just the way it is.

“Once you have had time to think, you’ll see it’s best for all of us.”

After Marlon signed the papers, Chas said: “Just need to check there are no more surprises.

“I am not signing that, you’ve dropped the price by £20,000.”

Despite Al pleading with them to sign the contract, Cain decided to rip up the paperwork.

“You should never have trusted him,” Cain told Chas.

Later, Gavin (Ben Richards), a newcomer, increased the pressure on Al to sign the papers.

He made it clear to the businessman that if he didn’t, it wouldn’t end well for him.

“You were supposed to bring my contract,” Gavin said, explaining that it hadn’t been signed yet.

“Wrong answer,” the newcomer replied. “You promised I’d have it today. You let me down and I don’t like people who do that.”

Al explained Cain got in the way of Chas signing the contract, as he said: “It has cost me more than I bargained for.”

“You said you can handle these people,” Gavin raged. “If this Cain is the problem then get him out the way. You’ve got two days to get that contract in my hand.”

Gavin went on to threaten: “If you let me down again, I’ll get someone else to fix it and you won’t be around to see that.”

Later, Al has another argument with Cain, and the two end up fighting.

“You stay out of my business,” he threatened the mechanic. “Or I’ll make sure you regret it.”

“He’s all mouth,” Cain hit back before Al told him to stay out of his way.

Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb), who witnessed the row, went on to chip in: “We both owe him one.”

“What did you have in mind?” Cain asked.

A hooded figure slammed the brakes on Al’s car at the end of the episode.

If a car ride ends in a fatal crash, will the villain be killed off for betraying Marlon and Chas?

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