Date:Sunday July 22 2007
Vital Blackburn's most recent poll, suggested by Derbyshire4England asked, "Who will be the next Blackburn player in the senior England team?" Unsurprisingly most feel this man will be David Bentley.
Bentley has been knocking on that door for a Senior England International call-up for the best part of a year now, so it is little wonder that his MASSIVE 62% sees him as the man voted most likely to be the first Rovers called up in some time, and he WILL get this call this season!!!
Matt Derbyshire has taken the Premiership, and England Under-21's by storm over this past year, so his chances of a Senior call-up are also VERY good if he continues to progress as he has, so 22% see him as the next most likely option.
Having already tasted what it is like to be in the England squad (during his Liverpool days) Stephen Warnock will be wanting this again, and performances like we saw last season in the future will give him a great chance to get back in, and maybe even win his first cap. 11% see him as the next most likely.
The outsider is David Dunn. A man who was capped by England during his first spell at Ewood Park. Stranger things have happened, but his chances of getting back in are not that great, as the 4% shows, with the final 1% going to the other option.
So in summary
Matt Derbyshire - 22%
David Dunn - 4%
Stephen Warnock - 11%
David Bentley - 62%
Other? - 1%
Having beaten VK Vetra 2-0 in the 1st Leg of our 3rd Round Intertoto Cup match we must now be heavy favourites to advance from this tie, but how heavily favoured?!?! The current poll, suggested by me Hughes Da Man is asking, "How confident are you that Rovers will win the Intertoto Cup tie with VK Vetra?"
As for what you think, cast your vote and why not have your say on the latest polls findings.
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Date:Sunday July 22 2007
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