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31% Back Villa Boss O'Leary

Vital Villa asked if David O'Leary had done enough to stay. Seems 31% think he has.

That left 40% saying 'not even a derby win makes up for this season, 26% add to that saying they want him out and a further 2% say is Ellis stays, DOL has to go. So, 68% not exactly in favour with a further 1% saying O'Leary should leave for the sake of his career.

Our latest poll is asking what is our goal of the season for the end of season awards. This has been revised following the Cahill goal v Blues!




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 20 2006

Time: 12:17PM

Your Comments

I wish the noses would stop voting on our polls.
still skeggy
I wish the noses would stop voting on our polls.
still skeggy
lol. Might have been David O'Leary and his mates?!?!?!
The Fear
lol. Might have been David O'Leary and his mates?!?!?!
The Fear
He doesn't have any mates does he? The press dont like him, other managers dont like him, the players dont like him and the fans certainly dont like him!
DeanoVilla
He doesn't have any mates does he? The press dont like him, other managers dont like him, the players dont like him and the fans certainly dont like him!
DeanoVilla
He, however, thinks they're all an honest bunch of lads!
mtones
He, however, thinks they're all an honest bunch of lads!
mtones
o'leary must have a big family
paultsmouth
o'leary must have a big family
paultsmouth
certainly a big ego!
The Fear
certainly a big ego!
The Fear
How such an unpopular manager, berated by supporters and the media alike, can still poll 31% support, says more for the fans discontent and anger directed at Ellis and co., than it ever does about DOL's standing amongst the Villa Park faithfull.
glensider
How such an unpopular manager, berated by supporters and the media alike, can still poll 31% support, says more for the fans discontent and anger directed at Ellis and co., than it ever does about DOL's standing amongst the Villa Park faithfull.
glensider
 

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