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44% Say Go Back To Gabby and Carew

44% Say Go Back To Gabby and Carew

Vital Villa asked, in our last poll:

Topical at the moment, which striker/s should start?

44% said Gabriel Agbonlahor and John Carew. Interesting result!

19% wanted one up front and for that one to be John Carew. Isn't he a popular boy at the moment, that said he is also the only striker scoring at the moment!



Carew and The Fonz came up next with 13% as did giving the two big men Carew and Heskey a go together.



Just 7% wanted to revert to the one up front with Gabby.



The other options - or also rans!

Gabby and the Fonz (1%)
Carew and Harewood (1%)
One up front - Heskey (1%)
Who knows! (1%)
Heskey and Harewood (0%)
Heskey and Gabby (0%)
Heskey and the Fonz (0%)
Gabby and Harewood (0%)
The Fonz and Harewood (0%)

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Friday March 20 2009
Time: 3:52PM

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I must say I am a little confused by this poll, one minute we are jeering MON for taking off Gabby, because he showed some balls in removing him from the pitch when he was playing poorly, then the next week he wins in a poll to play along side carew, why! he hasn't scored in 15 games! at the moment he couldn't hit a cows arse with a banjo, he needs to dropped and let the fonz play a game, gabby is never going to be a striker not in a million years!
eltoro
22/03/2009 09:33:00
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but that just illustrates - as I've said all week - only a minority reacted to Gabby and the incident was blown out of proportion by MON and therefore the press. There were cheers, some of them that The Fonz was coming on, does MON not want us to support a young player entering the field of play?! :o)
The Fear
22/03/2009 11:42:00
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Got to be a return to Gabby and Big JC. I think we need to be playing with two up front, and Heskey just hasn't looked the part up until now. Maybe he's carrying injuries, I dont know, but whatever the problem, he's been disappointing.
glensider
10/04/2009 01:05:00
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We're talking about football supporters here eltoro. most of us change our opinion, our line of thinking, with every single breath that we take. Thats all part and parcel of being a football fan. We change our minds more often than females.
glensider
10/04/2009 01:08:00
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