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Poll Result: Which Player Is Next In Line To Leave

Poll Result: Which Player Is Next In Line To Leave

Our previous Vital Manchester City front page poll question asked readers...

Which Player Is Next In Line To Leave MCFC?

Here is the result, in descending order.

Jô - 48%
Robinho - 10%
Craig Bellamy - 9%
Dedryck Boyata - 9%
Shaun Wright-Phillips - 6%
Stephen Ireland - 5%
Felipe Caicedo - 3%
Nedum Onuoha - 3%
Micah Richards - 2%
Javier Garrido - 2%
Joleon Lescott - 1%
Someone else - 1%
No one will be leaving this summer - 1%
Vladimir Weiss - 0%

Many thanks go out to the several hundred who found the time to vote.

The result is not exactly a surprise, especially as Jô has spent more time on loan than he has at City. Surely it's just a matter of time before he is either sold or an agreement is arranged by both sides to terminate his contract. £19m - what a waste of money.

Our new poll asks...

It appears the press are out to bash MCFC yet again. In your opinion which paper bashes us the most?

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



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday July 12 2010
Time: 8:51PM

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Too bad about Jo. He only showed a few glimpses of what he was capable of...Just look at what he did at CSKA! a few tap ins, penaltys and lucky goals in what must have been the Russian Carling cup judging by the empty seat in the stadium! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvFcuaFCzrk
Blue ponderer
12/07/2010 21:15:00
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19 million pounds. Too bad, my arse, you should be repossessing everything he owns and clearing out his bank account. How CSKA must have laughed.....
DubaiSpur
13/07/2010 00:07:00
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To put it in perspective, this was before the Mansour days. And our record transfer was, and remains Darren Bent for 16.5 million. Je-sus....
DubaiSpur
13/07/2010 00:10:00
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Deary me, we'll be lucky to offload Jo to anyone, let alone another football club. Jo is the REAL reason Everton fans aren't very fond of us, you know it's true!
fifthcolumnblue
13/07/2010 03:37:00
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Jo is resisting a loan move to Real Sociedad so may not be the next out after all. He apparently worked hard in training to try and impress Mancini, but it may be too late.
StuMCFC
13/07/2010 07:40:00
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There is a difference bewteen who we want to go rather than a player that we don't. ie Bellers I want to stay, but Jo I couldn't care less. a complete waste of money.
Buzz Lightyear
13/07/2010 08:14:00
0
Hopefully the Sociedad loan deal is collapsing because there is a permanent deal on the cards to someone else, the sooner the better City are rid of this waste of space.
Bluedub
13/07/2010 10:41:00
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Staggering piece of trivia there from Dubaispur: this was before the Mansour days you say? Jesus indeed!!!!
Tony Rocky Horror
14/07/2010 20:24:00
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