Do You Want Carson Yeung To Complete His Takeover?

Posted on November 19, 2007 
Filed Under Polls

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:

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.)


2 Responses to “Do You Want Carson Yeung To Complete His Takeover?”

  1. luckyluckyvilla on November 19th, 2007 4:17 pm

    absolutely not!!!!…….weve still got 3 attension seeking bullshitters we need rid of….and we certainly dont want them replaced by another……
    now weve got rid of clueless bruce, the door is open 4 a new owner with a clean palet to work with……

    picture it blues fans…..a PROPER OWNER….a PROPER MANAGER….with PROPER PLAYERS….in a PROPER FORMATION….in a PROPER FINISHED GROUND…..its a very noice dream….))))))

  2. Wedge on November 19th, 2007 5:08 pm

    I couldn’t have put it better myself. The only additional comment i would like to make to luckyluckyvilla’s is that i think Eric Black should be allowed to follow Bruce out the door. How can you have someone in charge of our team who is likely to leave for one of our main rivals in the relegation stakes (conflict of interest springs to mind).

    Give the caretaker job to Terry Westley. I have read a few of his interviews in the past and he talks a lot of sense. If my memory serves me right he saved Derby from relegation a couple of seasons back when George Burley got the sack.

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