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27% Of Saints Fans Want Burley Out!

27% Of Saints Fans Want Burley Out!

The results of our poll are in!

For the last two weeks or so there has been a poll running here on Vital Saints asking the question -

If we do not go up this season, how long would you give Burley?

The results are as follows:

None/Sack Him -27%
1 More Season -49%
2 More Seasons -7%
3 More Seasons -2%
As Long as it takes -15%

Well it definatly makes for interesting reading, the overwhelming 73% majority are backing George Burley for at least one more season no matter what happens this year.

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Date:Sunday March 18 2007
Time: 12:38PM

Comments

0
Good to see the majority are backing him
Saintmike
18/03/2007 12:44:00
0
A lot of fans are getting a bit hysterical. OK, we are underperforming but the most important thing is stability which we havn't had at Southampton for years.
SaintGeorge
18/03/2007 13:27:00
0
Understand the argument for stability, but if he isn't up to the job then there is no point in sticking with him. This Saints side is a Burley side. All the signings have been his and if he cant get this team up he never will.
CF Saints
18/03/2007 14:31:00
0
thing is he is up for the job. if the players had any professionalism then we wouldnt have gifted colchester a second and would probably have won. they have let him down, end of.
mitch01
18/03/2007 17:33:00
0
So who's job is it to get those players to perform and act professionally? The buck ends with him, end of.
CF Saints
18/03/2007 18:13:00
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