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85% Back Martinez's Place In Side

85% Back Martinez's Place In Side

In a recent site poll, 85% of our readers that Roberto Martinez doesn't deserve to be dropped.

Kenny Jackett has dropped the Spaniard from the last few games so we wanted to know whether you thought he deserved to be dropped or not.

He's recently returned to the starting line-up after O'Leary was out suspended. Upon his return, they partnered each other in midfield for the LDV Vans Trophy match at Colchester.

Our new poll asks for your view on Kevin McLeod. He was recently transfer listed by Kenny Jackett after being rumoured to be out drinking on Saturday so we'd like to know whether we should get rid of him, or whether we should give him another chance to prove himself.

Vote now on the right hand side, you can also discuss this topic further in the message forum.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Wednesday March 15 2006
Time: 11:31PM

Comments

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i think its hard cos britton has been our best player this season and oleary is a holding midfielder as well as way, where to put martinez and dont forget robbo has scored loads this season too
Lloydgriffiths
16/03/2006 07:59:00
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He doesn't need to be treated the way in which he has and especially as he's the club captain .
JACK_THE_LAD
16/03/2006 11:16:00
0
I think Roberto and OTJ are our best central midfield partnership. Britton is playing wide right, i havent seen enough from Way yet and I just dont rate O'Leary anywhere nearly as high. As for Robbo, i'd play him left wing at the moment.
Jack69
16/03/2006 15:45:00
0
i totally agree with jack69 when otj's back martinez and way will struggle to get into the squad
mattyjones
16/03/2006 18:28:00
0
Martinez is a great player and would start in my swansea team, if we had a full squad one of the first along with britton and trundle!
jonesey0910
16/03/2006 22:35:00
0
martinez can have some realy good games sometimes i reakon we keep him we will need him
samlucas1
17/03/2006 23:44:00
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