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57% Of Our Pollsters Admit Robinho Is History

57% Of Our Pollsters Admit Robinho Is History


Our last Vital Manchester City front page poll asked the following question..

Rumours suggest Robinho is Barcelona bound come January. Will he?

Here is the result, in descending order:

Absolutely 57%
Not a chance 43%

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Robinho: I would love to play for Barca

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday October 16 2009
Time: 12:21AM

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Wow, 57% of Vital City members don't realise that the comments linked to Robinho are recycled from the summer and not actually NEWS at all.
Dunnie
16/10/2009 02:28:00
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The Barcelona officials keep plugging the fact that they want Robinho and that has now been going on for weeks even months and will upset the player. Yes he said in Summer that he would like to play for Barca but was contracted to City, but it will not go away until the end of January, but the press seem determined to advertise the fact and will be happy if City lose one of their stars so they can start another anti City campaign.
Buzz Lightyear
16/10/2009 07:57:00
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Barcalona's conduct in this whole thing has been questionable to say the least. They are the ones stirring the pot here and turning the players head, which amounts to tapping up by media. Mark Hughes just needs to keep his head and be firm when dealing with any transfer speculation. He needs to come straight out and kill of any talk of a transfer and reiterate how important Robi is to this team. When Robi gets back into the first team, and he will, and he starts playing with Ade, Tevez, Bellamy and co on a regular basis and the team continues to have success, all thoughts of a transfer will be forgotten.
bluesnozza
16/10/2009 08:07:00
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Dunnie - Do you not think that supporters of other teams come to gloat on this forum whenever a negative story about City is broken and hence vote for the negative option on any poll that may be running at that time?
Kevinho
16/10/2009 11:20:00
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Absolutely right kevinho.
Sindbad
16/10/2009 12:15:00
0
I'm not sure this 57% represents the views of VMC members - more like wishful thinking from other Vital members.
Thaibluefan
17/10/2009 00:50:00
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