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75% Want O'Leary Gone

75% Want O'Leary Gone

Vital Villa asked in a poll how you were feeling about David O'Leary now the dust has settled on last seasons fiasco.

Seems the feelings of anger haven't been reduced though with 66% saying they were gutted he is still at Villa and still want him gone.

More worryingly for Villa 7% said they won't return until he has gone.

23% wanted him to stay and 2% did want him gone but are not as angry now.

That left 2% saying their dislike had grown.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday June 15 2006
Time: 1:38PM

Comments

0
No great surprise, he hasn't really done to well for Villa
Trig the yid
15/06/2006 13:42:00
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agreed Yid. Most of us hate him on here. Apparently we are all sugarbags...
crosswesleyanchapel
15/06/2006 13:52:00
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We are all sugarbags in DOL's opinion. Sugarbags was DOL's word cause they wouldn't allow him to say m0ther*****ers on the telly!
ooahPaulMcGrath
15/06/2006 16:01:00
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if u have a bad start he must go otherwise i can see u dragged into a realgation battle
green giant 12
15/06/2006 19:05:00
0
As long as we dont have him at Hull I dunt care but i can see Villa having another Poor season.
matty17x
15/06/2006 20:43:00
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What was that Fear, 75% want O'Leary to go and the other 25% are Blue Noses ? ;o)
Villain Of The North
15/06/2006 21:29:00
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yeah i agree mate who would of said yes i dont know of any dol fans ....
south coast villain
15/06/2006 21:44:00
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There are some who think he should be given the chance to correct last seasons mistakes to be fair. From what I've seen across the net, the 75/25 ratio isn't too far off. Wonder how many of the 75% he would win over with a good start to the new season?
The Fear
16/06/2006 09:28:00
0
most of the fans dislike him know irrelevant of what happens on the pitch ,If they change after a couple of results they really are fickle..
south coast villain
16/06/2006 09:51:00
0
I think most of the problems revolve around the fact that he maybe, not among the best paid managers in the prem. If thats the case, then DDE will obviously keep him.
FEn_100
16/06/2006 11:46:00
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