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It's Curtains For Francis Jeffers!!!

It's Curtains For Francis Jeffers!!!

Vital Blackburn's most recent poll, suggested by Hughes Da Man asked, "With Roque Santa Cruz signing who (if anyone) do you think will leave?" Little surprises as most think Francis Jeffers

The absolutely MASSIVE amount of 77% believe that Jeffers is the most likely striker to be cut following the arrival of Paraguayan International Roque Santa Cruz, which is SURELY likely to be the case. How he must be wishing he had taken the Ipswich Town move instead of turning it down (apparently down to greed?!?!)

The next most likely (or maybe, even though the amounts were worlds apart equally as likely) to depart could be Paul Gallagher, with 11% thinking the talented, yet underused Scot may well think it is time to go, if he is not told so?!?!

Surprisingly (even though it is a low amount) Matt Derbyshire gained 8% of the vote, with Jason Roberts and Benni McCarthy sharing the final 4% of the vote, gaining 2% each to make then the least likely to go (who'd have thought that a few months back!!!)

So in summary
Matt Derbyshire - 8%
Paul Gallagher - 11%
Francis Jeffers - 77%
Benni McCarthy - 2%
Jason Roberts - 2%


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Writer:Walker
Date:Tuesday July 31 2007
Time: 9:46PM

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No surprises AT ALL that Jeffers is the man people think we leave, HOW he must be wishing he had gone when he could have!!!
Hughes Da Man
31/07/2007 21:47:00
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So long, farewell
sasman
01/08/2007 07:53:00
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Yeah but we have to get rid of him first and their is no interest hin him either is there.
roverjoy
01/08/2007 09:52:00
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Thing about it is, all we're really missing out on is a transfer fee. When he signed on with us the club told us the contract was "heavily incentivised" which basically means if he's not playing and scoring he's not costing us much, the basic wage is probably comparatively low. So what if he's only going to play in a crisis? It's better than a kick in the balls...
theirishrover
01/08/2007 12:14:00
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Having said that, I still voted for him.
theirishrover
01/08/2007 12:14:00
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Touche dude, VERY good point. He should have gone when he had the chance, but if I am bluntly honest I couldn't give a toss either way what he does!!! If he wants to stay in the belief that he CAN play apart, hats off to him, if he wants to stay out of greed (getting more for basic money here, than he would elsewhere playing, which you would think he would want to, unless he is frightened he can't cut it anymore?!?!) then it's his time he is wasting for the sake of a few (thousand!!!) quid doing nothing.
Hughes Da Man
01/08/2007 13:03:00
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Who voted 4 Derbyshire!!!
Derbyshire4England
01/08/2007 16:47:00
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