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Pearce has lost the Supporters

82% of Manchester City supporters polled on this site believe Stuart Pearce is no longer the man to lead Manchester City forward.

Alarmingly for the board, 76% of those polled believe Pearce should leave with immediate effect.

Only 18% now believe that Pearce is the right man for the job.

Significantly that figure has remained constant throughout the week with only a 1% increase in support for the manager seen since Wednesday's defeat at home to Chelsea.

Results in Full

Pearce - Time to Go?

With immediate effect - 76%

At the end of the season - 6%

Not at all - 18%




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The journalist

Writer: Andy Leggott Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 16 2007

Time: 11:25AM

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It would be interesting to know how many supporters actually voted.
alphieblues
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16/03/2007 15:54:00

Oh ye of little faith Alphie. Poll respondents numbered 477 people. Each person is restricted to one vote. I'm not prepared to get too scientific however and do not claim that the results are representative of all City supporters. Even with your scepticism you must admit the results are pretty damning.
mcfcandy
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17/03/2007 00:47:00

After the result today at 'Boro and the performance against Chelsea I am sure the vote now would be totally different. I have a lot of faith in Psycho and I am sure a lot more fans will have after these results.
alphieblues
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17/03/2007 20:12:00

One win changes nothing. City have gone backwards under Pearce and his purchases have been atrocious. The naive argument that he has had no money doesn't wash. He has also presided over the most negative style of football I have ever seen at this club .....
mcfcandy
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18/03/2007 10:40:00

need a long term manager to move forward look at everton 5 years with moyes and we are challenging for europe it would have bin east to sack him when we finished 17th but we stuck with him and glad we have
MOYES IS GOD
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01/04/2007 23:56:00

 

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