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"Week Off" Probably A Good Thing

Vital Blackburn's most recent Poll asked you "Will the weeks break have done us good?" Most feel it won't have done us bad...

The poll, which was a rapid fire 24-hour one generally backs the opinion that as much as we would have liked to have still been in the League Cup maybe the fact we weren't, meaning we got a break came at the right time.

Only 6% think that the break will make no difference at all.

So in summary
Yes, we'll come back refreshed - 51%
No, will have made no difference AT ALL! - 6%
Maybe, we'll see after Saturday! - 43%


The current poll is asking, "What can we expect (REALISTICALLY) against United?"

As for what you think, cast your vote and why not have your say on the latest polls findings...

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Writer:Walker
Date:Thursday November 9 2006
Time: 8:44AM

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I really don't think the week off is a bad thing, if anything when coming up against United as much "rest" as you can have before the better! All will be revealed come 7ish Saturday night.
Hughes Da Man
09/11/2006 09:07:00
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It's been a long time since we've had a schedule as busy as we have this season. I've never really been a believer in the "i'm tired" excuse - These guys get paid millions to do something that i actually pay to do, and i manage 2 or 3 games a week. However, we've looked really jaded the last few games, and i think the lack of time for training, plotting etc is as much of a problem as "overworking". Hopefully we'll come back fresher, fitter and more organised, and get back to normality again.
Head Rover Heels
09/11/2006 09:13:00
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I know what you mean Head Rover Heels, you can only use the "I'm tied" excuse so many times, if at all. You would think we've had a chance to work on some new things on the training pitch, go over some others and generally refresh.
Hughes Da Man
09/11/2006 09:18:00
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well yes its good it gives us time to rest and think about other stuff other than the big rival ahead - moral boost hopfuly
marshinrover
09/11/2006 19:42:00
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