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Paul Ince.....NOT!!!!!

Paul Ince.....NOT!!!!!
When Mark Hughes left Blackburn for Man City, many discussed just who would take over the reigns. Many were suprised when Paul Ince was given the job, and we wished him all the best.

This week, we all had our chance to discuss how Paul Ince has fared in the best segment on Vital Blackburn....Hot or Not!!!!! And, the votes are in

Hot ( Great job, keep it up) [7.69%]

Need more time [38.46%]

Not ( Time to Go) [53.85%


The crowd has spoken. Blackburn currently lie in the relegation zone, and Vital Blackburners have decided in majority, that Paul Ince, its time to go. A big percent also voted for the board to give him more time, however only 1 voter gave Ince Unanimous support.

Vital Blackburners have decided, know its the boards turn to decide.

On other note, Walker and myself will be taking 2 weeks of leave to finally complete our Fifa coaching badges (family reasons). We leave you in the trusty hands of Mikey and Bombom

Writer:Sasman!
Date:Friday November 28 2008
Time: 6:58AM

Comments

0
noooooooo, keep him in ther! were playing good football and will soon be out of trouble, have faith! and if not then i will be handing in my cv, just completed my Uefa 'b' licence, soon to start the 'a'...... c'mon Roooovers
whitey_82003
28/11/2008 09:44:00
0
not me mate, not me lol, the votes were in
sasman
28/11/2008 10:20:00
0
I feel some were harsh on Ince but majority rules. It is now up to ince to show people they were wrong...
Mikey D
28/11/2008 13:00:00
0
I voted "Need more time"...which I think is true. He does need more time
diegoveron
28/11/2008 14:29:00
0
didnt go wel last night.......could be the end.....
mani13963
04/12/2008 09:16:00
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