I’ve finally fixed the poll! It now works. You can vote and everything. Honest. Go and try it.
I hear you cry “What good is a poll if you have forgotten to update the blog for the best part of a week and completely ignored the fact that we lost at Reading at the weekend, Affers?” I’ve got no defence. A combination of being busy and being lazy – and being depressed about the first two and the loss, I think! I hope the postings will become more regular again soon.
Anyway, on with the polls. A nice, simply one to get them started up again. Will Blues stay up? Yes or no. Middle column, vote now. Guests can vote. You do not need an account like you do to comment on articles.
It’s looking increasingly likely that we’ll be seeing current Scotland boss Alex McLeish unveiled as Blues boss within the next day or two. The question is, are you happy about that? There’s a new poll on the right hand side. Vote now.
The last poll saw just shy of 200 votes with the results looking like this:
- 58% didn’t want Carson Yeung to take over the club. He’s already proven that he’s not to be trusted
- 30% say that we still do not know enough about him to judge
- 7% say yes that he’ll be able to take us forward and that he’s done nothing wrong
- 4% say yes because anyone’s better than the current lot!
I have no idea what happened to the other percent!
Again, it’s good to see people signing up and commenting on blog posts recently (And oh, if you’re looking at the right hand side and thinking “The poll doesn’t say anything about McLeish, Aff’s forgot to update it!” I haven’t. It might take some time to appear due to the caching system this blog uses – usually about ten minutes.)
It’s a simple enough question. When December 20th 2007 comes, who do you want to be in control of the club? New poll on the right hand side, vote now.
The last poll saw over 200 votes (the busiest poll in some time) and the results were:
- 40% said that they didn’t want Bruce to go because he was learning from his mistakes and had put together the best Blues side in years
- 32% said that they were tired of the defensive tactics and felt that he’d taken us as far as he could
- 11% said that he’d worked miracles over the last six years and continues to
- 10% were undecided
- 8% were completely anti-Bruce and had been for some time and couldn’t wait to see the back of him
Again, it’s good to see people signing up and commenting on blog posts recently.(And oh, if you’re looking at the right hand side and thinking “The poll doesn’t say anything about Yeung, Aff’s forgot to update it!” I haven’t. It might take some time to appear due to the caching system this blog uses – usually about ten minutes.)