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Massive Poll Backing For Villa Boss

Massive Poll Backing For Villa Boss

I knew this poll, suggested by Eltoro, would cause some debate!

Front page article: Poll: Is This MON's last chance in a transfer window?

Leading on to the second part of our forum thread on the manager: Click Here

The poll asked: Is This MON's last chance in a transfer window?

Seems the majority feel it isn't as a massive 68% voted 'no chance, happy with MON'.

21% said the opposite voting 'yes, last chance to push on'

That left 7% who have already decided they don't back this manager and want a new one in and 4% felt he needed at least this summer AND the January transfer window.

So there you have it, despite some moaning about the negativity of the poll, I don't see why as the outcome is very positive towards the manager.

Also, by way of a bit of a follow up, I've looked at transfer activity this window so far, and apart from a few notable exceptions (Manchester City mainly) there still hasn't been that much activity: Premiership Stand Off With Transfers?

Our latest poll, suggested by Intox, asks when you think Villa will win some silverware.


For more previous polls and results and the link to suggest your own, simply Click Here


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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Thursday July 23 2009
Time: 5:21PM

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I'd argue that that leaves about 30% that are not satisfied with O'Neill. For a man that has delivered European football to VP for two consecutive seasons for the first time in how many years I don't know, it's a rather worrying statistic. Perhaps this suggests that people are looking beyond league placing as the only barometer of success. If I were MON I would be very concerned by this statistic, what happened if we finish next season in 10th place and fail to impress in the cups?
Villan Of The North
23/07/2009 17:28:00
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I'd argue that that leaves about 30% that are not satisfied with O'Neill. For a man that has delivered European football to VP for two consecutive seasons for the first time in how many years I don't know, it's a rather worrying statistic. Perhaps this suggests that people are looking beyond league placing as the only barometer of success. If I were MON I would be very concerned by this statistic, what happened if we finish next season in 10th place and fail to impress in the cups?
Villan Of The North
23/07/2009 17:28:00
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happens not happened. I really must proof-read before posting.
Villan Of The North
23/07/2009 17:30:00
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happens not happened. I really must proof-read before posting.
Villan Of The North
23/07/2009 17:30:00
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Id say this site represents a small number of villa fans n that in real terms the figure is about 80% happy with mon easy.
..doctorwho..
23/07/2009 17:37:00
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Id say this site represents a small number of villa fans n that in real terms the figure is about 80% happy with mon easy.
..doctorwho..
23/07/2009 17:37:00
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the site gets enough unique users (visitors) to fill Villa Park 2-3 times each month (depending on the season fluctuations) However of course polls aren't that accurate, then again, neither is guessing a figure yourself! :o)
vitalfootballadmin
23/07/2009 17:38:00
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plus u know that theres allways some idiots voting stupid things for the sake of it.
..doctorwho..
23/07/2009 17:38:00
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the site gets enough unique users (visitors) to fill Villa Park 2-3 times each month (depending on the season fluctuations) However of course polls aren't that accurate, then again, neither is guessing a figure yourself! :o)
vitalfootballadmin
23/07/2009 17:38:00
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plus u know that theres allways some idiots voting stupid things for the sake of it.
..doctorwho..
23/07/2009 17:38:00
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