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Was It Suicidal To Let Tevez Go?

Was It Suicidal To Let Tevez Go?

Our last Vital Manchester City front page poll asked...

17 goals in 23 City starts for Carlos Tevez. How big a blunder was it for Taggart to let him go?'

Here is the result, in descending order...

Suicidal - 89%
Gargantuan - 6%
Stratospheric - 5%

The following links answer the above.

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Our new poll asks...

Two Cup games in a week but which one is more important?

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

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday January 21 2010
Time: 11:50PM

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Haha Cheeky that post, if he scores again on Wednesday that cup's ours
Clevblue
22/01/2010 00:11:00
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if he scores on wednesday again he will " CUP" his ears again and wiggle his thing in taggart and taggarts lover chuckle nevilles face.
bluemooner_mcfc
22/01/2010 00:50:00
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The bloke is bang on course to be our highest scorer since the days of The Goat.
Johnny Baguette
22/01/2010 07:25:00
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Daft - PL position demonstrates that. Plus spending £30m in their financial position would probably have been suicide... letting him go was a survival instincy financially... take it from a fan of a team who should now
jim4pompey
22/01/2010 15:22:00
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