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Three Poll Results From Vital Manchester City

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Vital Manchester City brings readers our last three front-page poll results.

Andrei Arshavin will sign for...

Manchester City (50%)
Arsenal (38%)
Neither (12%)

With the Pompey game off what are you going to do now?

Watch TV (36%)
Whatever I'm told to do by the boss (21%)
Something else (19%)
Pop down the pub (8%)
Shopping (8%)
Go to another game (8%)

Blackburn rejected a 12m City bid for Roque Santa Cruz. Should we try again?

No thanks 12m is enough (58%)
Yes - 15m (21%)
Yes - whatever it takes (14%)
Yes - 13m (5%)
Yes - 14m (2%)

Our new poll asks the question...

Who will be our next signing?

To vote, use the poll question to the right hand side of this article.



The journalist

Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 13 2009

Time: 10:23AM

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So Its watching TV with RSC still at Blackburn and Arshavin our new Striker.
Buzz Lightyear
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13/01/2009 10:31:00

So it seems Buzz.
Tudor
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13/01/2009 10:33:00

....and someone else coming in....but only on the last day of the transfer window....you see...
alphieblues
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13/01/2009 11:27:00

I wont be another late night though Alphie, the window shuts at 5pm on the 2nd february.
Buzz Lightyear
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13/01/2009 16:32:00

I was a bit frightened by the 14% who say whatever it takes to get RSC
Doody
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13/01/2009 19:13:00

Thank Mercer for that buzz. That long night raking up til all hours with Pompey Vital in desperation for a reluctant Benjani to be bothered to sign will cringe long in the memory!!
Johnny Baguette
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13/01/2009 19:24:00

someone else....???? is that a typo.....should it have read....anyone else ( please )........
lincolnblue
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14/01/2009 07:56:00

That was fun JB, the comments were buzzing that night and for a few days after. Pompey were gutted at losing benjani. nearly as exciting at the Robinho night, with taggart kidnapping Berb(allegedly) by going to the airport himself, that was worth it just for that.
Buzz Lightyear
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14/01/2009 14:44:00

 

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