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England Beckons For Luke Moore

Vital Villa asked last week, in a poll suggested by message board member was-danrenshaw, just how far can Luke Moore go?

Moore, currently our top Premiership scorer with 8 goals (Baros has 9 in all comps), has all of a sudden started to look like a Premiership player and as he is only just 20, he has bags more to come.

12% said his form won't last but he'll be a useful squad player. 29% predicted he would be a first team regular.

Only 6% doubted his credentials and said he would drift down the divisions and find his niche and a massive 51% said he would be a future England international.

The remaining 2% said he would be a future England player if he moved clubs to help his development.




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 21 2006

Time: 4:12PM

Your Comments

I must protest Fear I thought of that poll. I demand an apology and chocolates and some red Roses.
still skeggy
I must protest Fear I thought of that poll. I demand an apology and chocolates and some red Roses.
still skeggy
What this is crazy! skegman please remove your post
was_danrenshaw
What this is crazy! skegman please remove your post
was_danrenshaw
Come on Dan you cant take credit for other people work (see DOL/George Graham and Leeds). You always get found out eventually. It was Skeggys poll.
deanovilla
Come on Dan you cant take credit for other people work (see DOL/George Graham and Leeds). You always get found out eventually. It was Skeggys poll.
deanovilla
 

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