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Four Front Page Poll Results

Four Front Page Poll Results

Its time to bring Vital Manchester City readers up to date with results from our four previous front page polls.

12 July we asked...

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

The following results are in descending order.

Mirror - 48%
Daily Star - 20%
It's all a figment of our imagination - 9%
The Guardian  - 7%
The Sun - 6%
MEN - 3%
Another outlet - 3%
News of the World - 1%
The Times - 1%
Telegraph - 1%
Express - 1%

I would have said the Daily Mail would have been the top contender, but like a numpty I forgot to add it to the list.

16 July...

The majority of our American tour games are live on ESPN. Do you subscribe to the said channel?

Nope - 75%
Yup - 25%

Personally, I've had ESPN since they moved into the British TV market following Setanta Sports demise. A couple of months ago I asked to cancel my subscription but having offered me three months for free I continued with their services. Now, in my opinion there is noting wrong with ESPN UK, but like many of us, I'm having to cut back on expenditure. That reminds me, my three months free viewing is about to expire. Now what's their number again?

19 July...

If City win one competition this season which one will it be?

Europa League - 41%
Premier League - 31%
Carling Cup - 16%
FA Cup - 12%

Any of the above would do for me.

And finally - 27 July...

Would Fernando Torres ditch Liverpool in favour of Manchester City?

Of course he would - 46%
Not a chance - 34%
Don't know, don't care - 20%

Roy Harper sent us his thoughts on the Torres speculation. Click here to read what he had to say.

Our new front page poll asks the following question.

Will you stay up (01:00am BST - 31/07/10) to watch MCFC v Inter Milan?

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



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday July 31 2010
Time: 12:12PM

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Comments

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and why shouldn't they bash the Chelsea wannabes... eh Wswilly?
maka4chelsea
31/07/2010 14:03:00
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The Mirror always has and always be the rags rag.
Johnny Baguette
31/07/2010 15:21:00
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i hate the papers... but then we do go out and buy everything in sight.... Mancini is such a d*ck
hughesarmy
31/07/2010 15:49:00
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Hughesarmy why don't you just apply to get an EPL trophy with ur money. I am sue that will help you a lot
Saimon_blues
31/07/2010 15:52:00
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probably the only way we may get it :(
hughesarmy
31/07/2010 15:54:00
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sadly the board may well be becoming Chelsea wannabes... atleast in the past we were doing our own thing
hughesarmy
31/07/2010 16:16:00
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To be fair to Mancini and the board, this is their last chance to buy big before the new regulations come into place. It seems excessive but it is the only way to bridge the gap, otherwise we will start lagging behind. Expect next season to be a lot more prudent. Regarding the poll - cant believe you forgot the Daily Mail!
eighthsin
31/07/2010 17:47:00
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Hughesarmy, you seem very negative for a City fan, are you a double agent by any chance?(as if you'd say)
me_innit
31/07/2010 19:02:00
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Chelsea wannabes? Hahaha. We wanna be SOOOOOOOO much bigger than Chelsea ever will or could be.
fifthcolumnblue
31/07/2010 20:30:00
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