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Only Kuqi Surprised By Rovers Exit

Only Kuqi Surprised By Rovers Exit

Vital Blackburn's most recent Poll asked you "Was it a surprise to see Shefki Kuqi leave Rovers?" 65% of you felt he was always going to leave.

Almost two thirds of the people who voted were of the opinion that it was always going to happen, which lets face it it was, especially with Shabani Nonda arriving earlier the same day the Finn finally left.

Like myself 23% (an amount that steadily increased as the poll went on) of you had hoped he would at stay as he did offer Rovers that something different. The remaining 12% hoped that he would have stayed until at least January.

So in summary
Thought he'd stay until at least January - 12%
Was always going to leave - 65%
Hoped he would stay as he's a different option - 23%


The current poll is asking "Is Shabani Nonda a good signing?"

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Writer:Walker
Date:Wednesday September 6 2006
Time: 10:36AM

Comments

0
Good luck with Crystal Palace Shefki.
Hughes Da Man
06/09/2006 10:41:00
0
He should do well for the Palace as the Championship is probably his level.
sandgroanun
06/09/2006 12:31:00
0
He did OK in the Premiership, but you are probably right as he has spent most his career in, or around the Championship standard and generally performed very wel, scoring goals.
Hughes Da Man
06/09/2006 12:48:00
0
have to say I liked the big man but dont think he has wot it takes for the Premiership. Has a lot of effort but thats about it sorry to say. We did however get a very good price for him, considering thats kinda wot we bought McCarthy for, who won the Champs League, says it all really
Clint
08/09/2006 10:00:00
0
A very good price really wasn't it, paid for Nonda's loan, and some of his possible transfer fee?
Hughes Da Man
08/09/2006 10:12:00
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