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Unwanted Sibby?

Unwanted Sibby?

Nearly half of those polled on this site believe Antoine Sibierski should be the first player to be shown the door in the summer. The vote reflects the common view around Eastlands that the Frenchman is just not good enough at this level to hold down a permanent position in the side. Neither good enough as a striker nor midfielder the supporters have a right to ask just what it is that Sibierski brings to the side?

The other notable players that seem to be failing to impress are Danny Mills, with a quarter of the vote, and for obvious reasons Joey Barton, with a fifth of the vote.

The results in full when asked which player should be first to leave the club in the summer?

Sibierski 47%

Mills 26%

Barton 10%

Sun Jihai 7%

Musampa 7%

Riera 3%

Have your say on the results or suggest someone else on the message board.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Andy Leggott
Date:Thursday April 13 2006
Time: 10:30AM

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simple facts then if he`s not good enough, get rid. no room for dead wood in a premiership side!
vertigo_red
26/04/2006 10:09:00
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simple facts then if he`s not good enough, get rid. no room for dead wood in a premiership side!
vertigo_red
26/04/2006 10:09:00
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