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Tevez Or Mancini: The Poll Result Is...?

Our last Vital Manchester City front page poll question set by fifthcolumnblue asked fans...

Tevez or Mancini?

Here is the result, in descending order.

Mancini - 83%
Tevez - 11%
Neither - 6%

An overwhelming vote in confidence for City coach Roberto Mancini was probably to be expected. I have to say though, now the news has sunk in I for one want to get rid of the overpaid sulking Argentine as soon as possible. Pity really as he never achieved the dizzy heights of being a living City legend. But hey, he could change his mind and all would be forgiven - wouldn't it?

Our new poll asks...

The next time I see Tevez playing for City I will...?

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






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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 14 2010

Time: 7:43PM

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Tudor, your poll follows the pattern of the phone-ins and blogs. Mancini is bringing it all together and once again we are not far off. As I have said Olic would be a preferred choice of mine - he grafts non-stop and knows where the net is...and he doesn't seem to be on anyone's radar. I'd be sorry to see Tevez go but I support City 100% and whatever stance they take suits me. Tevez has said tonight that if selected he will still give 100% in matches which is a far cry from Adebayor and Santa Cruz. Unless there is a ridiculous fee in the mix in January he will probably stay until June. I think we can be certain he won't let us down. All this guy knows is how to play football and he knows that if he shirks then no-one will come knocking
pedmachine
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14/12/2010 23:04:00

Good poll result - City & Mancini every time for me.
Thaibluefan
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15/12/2010 00:23:00

whilst i don't believe a word Joorabchian says, when this has settled down one way or the other i think Mr Cook needs to find employment elsewhere. He seems to have a knack of rubbing people up the wrong way. I got two minutes into the ridiculous BMR film and saw him 'presiding over his empire', click!
RobsonGreensleeves
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15/12/2010 08:52:00

We have to stand behind City and the manager on this one - And regarding the new poll i would suggest silence is golden even if he scores we all stand there in stunned silence (booing is no good)
mark.mcfc
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15/12/2010 15:45:00

 

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