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Peter Withe Wanted Back By Villans!

Peter Withe Wanted Back By Villans!

Vital Villa asked, in a poll suggested by Sheriff Kimbo:

If you could put one of the team of 81 winners in today's team, who would it be?

The winner was the man with the golden shin, Sir Peter Of Withe with 30% of the votes.

Next up came Gordon 'Sid' Cowans with 28%

Gary Shaw was next with 15% and Sir Dennis of Mortimer and Jimmy Rimmer shared 7% each.

That left:

Tony Morley (6%)
Colin Gibson (1%)
David Geddis (1%)
Eamon Deacy (1%)
Kenny Swain (1%)
Gareth Williams (1%)
Allan Evans (1%)
Ken McNaught (1%)
Des Bremner (1%)

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday November 21 2008
Time: 6:37PM

Comments

0
Had to use the piccie of Sid as I don't have one of Withe !
The Fear
21/11/2008 18:39:00
0
Had to be Big Peter. Actually Sid, by his high standards, wasn't at the top of his game during the League Championship winning season. Withey though was different class. Inspirational, a leader, plus a superb target man and goalscorer. We were a different and better team when Withe was in the mix.
glensider
21/11/2008 19:09:00
0
Surprising that Tony Morley only pulled in 6% of votes. The goals he set-up, let alone scored himself, should have seen him score higher me thinks.
glensider
21/11/2008 19:11:00
0
Think Vital Villains see we have a need for a big goal scoring striker. With Young the requirement for a left sided winger is not as acute!!
jake findlay
21/11/2008 19:32:00
0
loved Withe - still blink at his European Cup winner though, I'm convinced it'll go wide next time I watch it!
merlin
21/11/2008 19:40:00
0
who the heck voted for Geddis ?
Villan57
21/11/2008 20:25:00
0
I'd have voted for Morley, but I think we need a striker more than a winger right now. Thus, I went for Withe.
Beovilla
21/11/2008 20:52:00
0
I've never forgotten Gary Shaw.....a career tragically cut short, but hell - what a talent....
YatesyVillain
22/11/2008 03:12:00
0
Some dude who escaped from a local institution I believe '57. He's safely back in care now.
glensider
22/11/2008 08:53:00
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