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Vital Villa asked a couple of snap polls this week. The first was suggested by Joerothuk who wanted to know, is Wilfred Bouma any good?

The Dutch left-back has had a vote of confidence with 60% saying yes and a further 12% saying he would be if he could stay fit.

That left 16% saying he isn't any good and 12% sitting on the fence as unsure.

The second snap poll was suggested by 505Anthony, who wanted to know, who should we sell in Jan?

The majority with 47% said we should sell long forgotten former Manchester United midfielder Eric Djemba-Djemba, who seems to have sunk without trace.

5% said Milan Baros, 2% Lee Hendrie and just 1% Aaron Hughes. However that isn't as big a vote of confidence as you might think because 45% asked 'can I pick more than one?!' in the options.

0% voted for the option 'No sells here. Let's keep what we have.'

Our latest poll asks for your predictions for tomorrow's game v Manchester United.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday December 22 2006
Time: 9:50AM

Comments

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There are so many players I would sell who I dont believe are good enough for the premiership let alone The Villa! But seeing as its xmas I wont name any names, but I'm sure we'd pretty much all name the same people.
DeanoVilla
22/12/2006 10:09:00
0
It's more a question of who will take the twins off our hands. Can't see any clubs in this country wanting him
Geordie_Villa
22/12/2006 10:16:00
0
Neither can I Geordie_Villa, and he still has two and a half years of a big fat contract to run, so as far as he's concerned, he's sitting pretty.
glensider
22/12/2006 21:10:00
0
NOO!!! NOT DJEMBA DJEMBA...another one about to go cos no one knows how to utilise a great player...hes our solution to the problem on the flank, hes a versatile player put him anywhere on the flank and hell deliver
AussieVilla
23/12/2006 10:16:00
0
No one knows how to utilise a great player like Djemba-Djemba except you AussieVilla? Wonder if Sir Alex would agree also?
glensider
12/03/2007 00:21:00
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